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General bacteriology a concise course

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Bacteriology essential review in half hour
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(109) Ratings
18,411 students
Created by Mohamed AL ashram
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What you'll learn

  • bacterial morphology and physiology
  • history of microbiology
  • bacterial growth and nutrition
  • bacterial pathogenicity and virulence
This course includes:
3.5 total hours on-demand video
0 articles
18 downloadable resources
55 lessons
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion
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Course content

Requirements

  • no prerequisite

Description

Welcome to the microscopic world of bacteria! This general bacteriology course provides a comprehensive foundation for understanding these fascinating organisms. You’ll delve into their structure, physiology, growth, and genetics, exploring how bacteria adapt and thrive in diverse environments. We’ll uncover the fascinating world of bacterial diversity, from beneficial microbes to pathogens causing infectious diseases. The course also explores the impact of human activities on bacterial populations and the rise of antibiotic resistance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the basic structure, classification, and diversity of bacteria.

  • Explain bacterial growth, reproduction, and metabolism.

  • Explore the mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis and infection.

  • Discuss the role of bacteria in human health and the environment.

  • Analyze the challenges of antibiotic resistance and its implications

  • .Explain the beneficial and pathogenic roles of bacteria in human health.

  • Discuss the mechanisms by which bacteria cause different infectious diseases.

  • Explore diagnostic techniques used to identify and characterize bacteria.

  • Analyze the emergence and spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

  • Evaluate strategies for developing new antibiotics and alternative treatment methods.

Bacteria: Friend or Foe? This captivating bacteriology course explores the profound impact of bacteria on our lives. We’ll unveil their essential role in human health, from supporting our gut microbiome to aiding in food production. You’ll learn how bacteria cause infectious diseases and explore the marvels of modern diagnostics and treatments. The course also examines the growing threat of antibiotic resistance and strategies for combating it.

Who this course is for:

  • medical students study either medicine pharmacy dentistry veterinary medicine science secondary school prepare themselves to study medicine or become science students prepare themselves to study medicine or science
  • any one interested of microbiology any one want to establish his career in science or medicine
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