Aquaculture and Aquatic Science A.A.S.
Course DescriptionMicrobiology II
An in-depth study of host-parasite interactions and immunity of the host. Medical microbiology and other applications of microbiology including environmental, water, food, industrial and genetic engineering. The lab includes practical laboratory applications of basic microbiological principles, specimen taking, interpretation of test results including establishment of laboratory skills used in the isolation and identification of microorganisms from nose, throat and stool samples, along with the enumeration of bacteria in milk, water and food. Prerequisites: BIOL 235 with a C- or better 4 credits (3 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours), spring semester These credits count toward the Math and/or Science (List B) requirements for graduation