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BIOL 43900 - Laboratory in General Microbiology - Session Offered: Fall Students will learn how to safely manipulate microorganisms without contamination, how to grow bacteria from laboratory or environmental samples and measure their growth, and how to differentiate species based on the physiological properties of their cells. Biomedical Sciences undergraduates will be taught in a brand new teaching building that will house high-tech teaching laboratories and a 120 seat computer room.

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