Prescott's Microbiology

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MICR2209 Comprehensive Unit Notes

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Comprehensive, edited notes on the entire course content of MICR2209 (excluding labs). Contains some...

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MICR2209 Module 3: Fungi & Protist Diseases

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Comprehensive notes on the third module of MICR2209. Useful for studying/ revision. Contains a lot o...

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MICR2209 Module 4: Viruses & Viral Diseases

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Comprehensive notes on the fourth module of MICR2209. Useful for studying/ revision. Contains tables...

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MICR2209 Module 2: Bacteria & Bacterial Diseases + Antibiotics

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Comprehensive notes on the second module of MICR2209. Useful for studying/ revision. Contains some t...

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MICR2209 Module 1: Immunology & the Immune System

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Comprehensive notes on the first module of MICR2209. Useful for studying/ revision. Contains some ta...

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Microbiology 2209 Notes: Bacterial Diseases

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Five pages of notes encompassing food and waterborne pathogens, opportunistic infections, bacteria s...

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Microbiology 2209 Notes: Mycology

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Analysis of the mycology reading material provided by the MICR2209 course. Includes information foun...

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Reviews

This unit was just "okay". I liked the lecturers (honestly Barbara Chang is just lovely) but the labs were so uninvolved; class sizes were huge, no actual hands-on work, just observation and writing in worksheets - although the malaria guy was really interesting. So much of the unit is rote memorisation that it's honestly insane. VERY few concepts (some immune, some viral mechanisms), almost all just memorising names of microbes and names of associated diseases. Hard to find that interesting. The fungal section was the laziest, most poorly run crap -- no lectures, just a reading uploaded online from a textbook and some terrible "interactive quiz" that bugged out and wouldn't let you access all content. PATH2220 probably had similar enough content to this unit but was just run so much better and as a result was infinitely more interesting. Disappointing unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Learning about the immune system can be very complicated so prepare to work hard in this unit particularly in the beginning. Keep hold of your notes if you are doing MICR3340 because a lot of the topics are the same just in more depth. Labs were pretty disappointing after MICR2208 with only computer based ones presented (no wet labs).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013