Modern Engineering Microbiology
Modern Engineering Microbiology
少于1000人选课
更新日期:2023/01/31
开课时间 2022/09/07 - 2023/01/01
课程周期 17 周
开课状态 已结课
每周学时 -
课程简介

In daily life, microbes are closely related to human health. At the same time, microbiology is the core course of life sciences, and at the same time it is the synthesis and practical application of molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology and other backbone courses. it goes without saying. This course is now widely offered in the study of senior undergraduates majoring in biology in comprehensive and engineering colleges. As the number of microbiology courses offered in engineering colleges or non-biological colleges is relatively small (32-48 hours, regular colleges and universities generally 64-96 hours), and the training of engineering students requires a higher level of practical application. They are all difficult problems in the teaching of microbiology in engineering colleges. This course is designed to meet the needs of engineering colleges and universities to set up basic courses according to disciplines. The content includes microbial groups and morphological structure, microbial nutrition, microbial metabolism, microbial growth and engineering control, microbial genetics and breeding, microbial ecology, and immunity With immune technology, microbial pharmacy, microbial fermentation engineering, microbial bioinformatics, the progress of microbial frontier engineering applications, and the application of microbes in other engineering fields, it has the application characteristics of engineering colleges. It can also be used by students majoring in science biology and non-biology.


  The course content is based on the perspective of engineering application practice to clarify the six important laws of microorganisms (that is, structural function, metabolic capacity, growth and reproduction, genetic variation, ecological distribution, and system evolution). It is divided into eleven chapters and introduces the microbiology. Characteristics, morphological and  structural groups of microorganisms, virological topics, microbial nutrition and medium application, microbial metabolism and fermentation, microbial growth and reproduction and control, microbial genetic variation, microbial ecology, infection and immunity, and microbial systems Evolutionary classification and identification. Strive to clarify concepts, straighten out the context, explain the laws, highlight the characteristics of engineering applications, interdisciplinary features, key points and difficulties of disciplines, and strive to connect with engineering applications at the cellular, molecular, or group level.


课程大纲
The concept and characteristics of microorganisms
1-0 Introduction
1-1 The close relationship between microorganisms and humans
1-2 The concept and characteristics of microorganisms 1
1-2 The concept and characteristics of microorganisms 2
1-3 Discovery, discipline establishment and development of microorganisms 1
1-3 Discovery, discipline establishment and development of microorganisms 2
Macroscopic form of microorganisms&Prokaryotic microbial structure
2-0 Introduction
2-1 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 1
2-2 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 2
2-3 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 3
2-4 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 4
2-5 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 5
2-6 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 6
2-7 Macroscopic form of microorganisms 7
2-8 Prokaryotic microbial structure 1
2-9 Prokaryotic microbial structure 2
2-10 Prokaryotic microbial structure 3
2-11 Prokaryotic microbial structure 4
2-12 Prokaryotic microbial structure 5
2-12 The structure of eukaryotic microorganisms
Nutritional requirements of microorganisms&Microbial culture medium
3-0 Introduction
3-1 Nutritional requirements of microorganisms 1
3-2 Nutritional requirements of microorganisms 2
3-3 Nutritional requirements of microorganisms 3
3-4 Microbial culture medium 1
3-5 Microbial culture medium 2
3-6 Microbial culture medium 3
3-7 rients enter the cell
Microbial energy metabolism
4-0 Introduction
4-1 Microbial energy metabolism 1
4-2 Microbial energy metabolism 2.1
4-3 Microbial energy metabolism 2.2
4-4 Microbial energy metabolism 3
4-5 Microbial energy metabolism 4
4-6 Microbial energy metabolism 5
4-7 Microbial energy metabolism 6
4-8 Microbial anabolism
4-9 Microbial metabolism regulation
4-10 Microbial secondary metabolism and secondary metabolites
microbial growth and reproduction
5-0 Introduction
5-1 Bacterial colony growth and reproduction 1
5-2 Bacterial colony growth and reproduction 2
5-3 Bacterial colony growth and reproduction 3
5-4 Bacterial colony growth and reproduction 4
5-5 Growth and reproduction of fungi 1
5-6 Growth and reproduction of fungi 2
5-7 The influence of environment on microorganisms and its determination 1
5-8 The influence of environment on microorganisms and its determination 2
5-9 The influence of environment on microorganisms and its determination 3
5-10 The influence of environment on microorganisms and its determination 4
5-11 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 1
5-12 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 2
5-13 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 3
5-14 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 4
5-15 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 5
5-16 Control of microbial growth and reproduction 6
Overview of Virology
6-0 Introduction
6-1 The history of virus discovery and research
6-2 Overview of Virology
6-3 Basic methods of virology research
6-4 The nature of virions 1
6-5 The nature of virions 2
6-6 Virus replication 1
6-7 Virus replication 2
6-8 Virus replication 3
6-9 Virus replication 4
6-10 Non-proliferative infection of viruses
6-11 Subviral factor
6-12 Examples of viruses 1
6-13 Examples of viruses 2
6-14 Examples of viruses 3
6-15 Examples of viruses 4
heredity of Microbial
7-0 Introduction
7-1 The material basis of heredity 1
7-2 The material basis of heredity 2
7-3 Microbial genome structure
7-4 Plasmids and transposable elements 1
7-5 Plasmids and transposable elements 2
7-6 Plasmids and transposable elements 3
7-7 Gene mutation and repair 1
7-8 Gene mutation and repair 2
7-9 Gene mutation and repair 3
7-10 Gene mutation and repair 4
7-11 Gene mutation and repair 5
7-12 Bacterial gene transfer and recombination 1
7-13 Bacterial gene transfer and recombination 2
7-14 Bacterial gene transfer and recombination 3
7-15 Bacterial gene transfer and recombination 4
7-16 Genetic characteristics of eukaryotic microorganisms 1
7-17 Genetic characteristics of eukaryotic microorganisms 2
7-18 Microbial breeding 1
7-19 Microbial breeding 2
Microbes in the ecological environment
8-0 Introduction
8-1 The status and role of microorganisms in the ecosystem 1
8-2 The status and role of microorganisms in the ecosystem 2
8-3 Microbes in the ecological environment 1
8-4 Microbes in the ecological environment 2
8-5 Microbes in the ecological environment 3
8-6 Microbes in the ecological environment 4
8-7 Microbes in the ecological environment 5
8-8 Microbiology and environmental protection 1
8-9 Microbiology and environmental protection 2
microbial classification and evolutionary
9-0 Introduction
9-1 Evolutionary measurement indicators 1
9-2 Evolutionary measurement indicators 2
9-3 Evolutionary measurement indicators 3
9-4 Evolutionary measurement indicators 4
9-5 Evolutionary measurement indicators 5
9-6 Bacteria classification 1
9-7 Bacteria classification 2
9-8 Bacteria classification 3
9-9 Features and techniques of microbial classification and identification 1
9-10 Features and techniques of microbial classification and identification 2
9-11 Features and techniques of microbial classification and identification 3
9-12 Features and techniques of microbial classification and identification 4
Infection
10-0 Introduction
10-1 Infection 1
10-2 Infection 2
10-3 Infection 3
10-4 Host non-specific immunity 1
10-5 Host non-specific immunity 2
10-6 Host non-specific immunity 3
10-7 Host non-specific immunity 4
10-8 Host specific immunity 1
10-9 Host specific immunity 2
10-10 Host specific immunity 3
10-11 Host specific immunity 4
10-12 Host specific immunity 5
10-13 Host specific immunity 6
10-14 Host specific immunity 7
10-15 Immunopathology 1
10-16 Immunopathology 2
10-17 Immunopathology 3
10-18 Practical applications of immunology 1
10-19 Practical applications of immunology 2
10-20 Practical applications of immunology 3
fermentation engineering
11-0 Introduction
11-1 Overview of fermentation engineering 1
11-2 Overview of fermentation engineering 2
11-3 Overview of fermentation engineering 3
11-4 Overview of fermentation engineering 4
11-5 Microorganisms commonly used in industry and their sources 1
11-6 Microorganisms commonly used in industry and their sources 2
11-7 Microorganisms commonly used in industry and their sources 3
11-8 The supporting points of the theory of microbial fermentation engineering 1
11-9 The supporting points of the theory of microbial fermentation engineering 2
11-10 The supporting points of the theory of microbial fermentation engineerin 3
11-11 Ways of microbial industrial fermentation
11-12 Main products of microbial fermentation