The University of Texas at Arlington :: Department Biology :: Microbiology :: Genome Biology Group

Courses

 

BIOL 3444 – General Microbiology (every Fall) - This course is designed to provide you with basic knowledge about a microbial cell. At the end of the course, you must be able to understand how a microbe grows and divides. More important, I hope you will learn and appreciate the diversity of microorganisms, their important functions, ecological interactions with eukaryotes, and beneficial role on Earth.

BIOL 3445 – Methods in Molecular Microbiology (every Spring) - This is a discovery based course and intended to Microbiology major students only. It will provide you with the basic methods in molecular biology being applied to Microbiology. You will learn isolation procedures, environmental DNA extraction, phylogeny, and how to interpret and report your data.

BIOL 5101 - Ecological Genomics Seminar - Graduate Students only.

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