de la Torre Lab

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Courses currently taught by Prof. de la Torre

 

COURSE COURSE TITLE SYLLABUS
BIOL 230 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
BIOL230
(Fall 2015)
BIOL 442 MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY
BIOL442
(Spring 2015)
BIOL 446 MICROBIAL GENOMICS
BIOL446
(Spring 2015)
BIOL 818 MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES IN EVOLUTION & ECOLOGY
Molecular techniques commonly used in the fields of evolutionary biology and ecology, including PCR and DNA sequencing.

BIOL818
(Fall 2014)
BIOL 862 Nextgen Sequencing Approaches in Ecology, Systematics and Evolution (2)
Graduate seminar exploring the use of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies in ecology, systematics and evolution.

BIOL862
(Spring 2014)
BIOL 864 RECENT ADVANCES IN MICROBIOLOGY:
Microbial Symbioses

Graduate seminar examining the diversity, physiology and evolution of Archaea.

BIOL864
(Spring 2015)

 

 

 

 

Courses previously taught by Prof. de la Torre

 

COURSE COURSE TITLE SYLLABUS
BIOL 401 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY
BIOL401
(Spring 2009)
BIOL 443 MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
BIOL443
(Spring 2010)
BIOL 864 ARCHAEA
Graduate seminar examining the diversity, physiology and evolution of Archaea.

BIOL864
(Fall 2009)
BIOL 865 EXTREME BIOLOGY:
Physiological Adaptations to Life in Extreme Environments.

Graduate seminar examining the adaptation of microbes (Bacteria & Archaea) to life in extreme environments.

BIOL865
(Spring 2009)
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