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BI-445/645 -- Microbial Physiology

Dr. James E. Champine, 224 Rhodes Hall of Science, Department of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 Office:  224A RH, Teaching Lab: 223/220 RH; Research Lab: 307 RH, Phone (573) 651-2171, Facsimile (573) 651-2382                                            

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Dry Cell Weight Determination

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Exam 3 Resource Page


BI 445/645 Microbial Physiology

A detailed consideration of prokaryotic structure and function, encompassing morphology, metabolism, genetics, and growth.  Two lectures and one 2-hour lab.  Prerequisites:  BI200 (3 credits).


Student Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to depict the flow of carbon during catabolism by a representative prokaryote.

Students will be able to measure microbial growth and calculate microbial growth rates

Students will be able to predict expression of lac operon genes in mutants of E. coli

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