BIO380.4 Microbiology (U Católica)

Taught in Spanish. This course delves into the study of microorganisms including bacteriology, virology, mycology, and immunology. It studies the host-parasite relationship as a fundamental element in the understanding of pathological processes related to work in the field. Its main objectives are to provide the student with a basicv understanding of:

  • Morphology and physiology of prokaryotic microorganisms,
  • Mycology and virology,
  • Animal immune response, and
  • Pathogenic microorganisms and the pathogen–host relationship.

(PUC #BIO145G)

This course is taught in Spanish at Pontificia Universidad Católica and may not be offered every semester.

Prereq: Fundamental organic chemistry.

Registration restriction: SU students may not earn credit for both this course and BIO 409, General Microbiology.

Department: Biology

Location: Santiago

Credits: 3