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Microbial Genetics and Cellular Transport

Written by Yi Jia

Covers all materials in lecture in a format that is easy to digest and understand

24 pages, 6216 words

Fungi and Parasites

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Covers all lecture materials in a format that is easy to digest and understand

17 pages, 3027 words

Bacteria Lectures 4-6

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Covers the main aspects taught in lectures

20 pages, 4655 words

MIIM Immunology Lectures 16-20

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Covers the concepts taught in lectures, arranged in an easy format to follow.

21 pages, 6285 words

Lecture Notes for MST1

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Well Organised!

35 pages, 10491 words

Microbiology and Immunology ALL lectures (1-36) notes

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Detailed lecture notes of all content within the subject covered in this subject: -History of micro...

63 pages, 19045 words

MIIM20001 - Micro and Immuno Notes (H1)

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This is an enormous subject covering a huge scope. Normally I would write notes out in dot points, b...

27 pages, 16578 words

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52 pages, 4379 words

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Jess

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Reviews

Content was interesting later in the semester but was poorly taught. Can be very dry, do not take it if you're not particularly interested in the nitty gritty.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A lot of information but well taught subject! Lecturers are all very keen in helping you learn if you do ask. May seem dry but it is very useful for MIIM20002 onwards

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Content is taught in a strange order, i think it is to ensure that you are understanding how each component overlaps with one another. Making these connections early on in your studies will increase your chances of doing well in this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A lot of content to learn and it is quite dry, overall not very well taught and in a terrible order. It can be really hard to follow sometimes

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Interesting content, but not the best taught. Outside resources are your friend in order to fully understand the topics.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A bit dry and tedious but not extraordinarily difficult. Make sure you stay up to date with notes!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

There are heaps of youtube videos explaining things you may have difficulties with in class

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014