Advanced Environmental Microbiology
Four semester hours.
An overview of the relationship between microbial metabolism, physiology, and the environment with a discussion of the primary literature. The application of modern microbiological concepts to address and solve current environmental problems is emphasized. Topics include air, water and soil microbiology, geochemical activities of microbes, biotransformations, pollution, and pollution abatement using microbes. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Lab fee: $30. (Cross-listed with ENSC 4420/BIOL 4420)
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