BMS 476 - Environmental Microbiology
 
(4 cr.) Students examine the role of unique and exciting microorganisms found in the natural environment, especially those from extreme environments such as deep sea vents, hot springs, high salt or acidophilic environments, which are also of considerable industrial interest. This hands-on course examines air, soil and water microorganisms with respect to their isolation, unique physiology, ecological relationships, significance, and government/health regulations. The course is designed for biomedical science, biology, health and science studies and microbiology/molecular biology majors. Prerequisite: BMS 370; Every Other Year, Spring
 
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