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วิทยาแบคทีเรีย (Bacteriology)

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About This Course

Fundamentals of bacteria regarding structure and functions, nutrient, growth, death, and control, as well as the importance and the application of major groups of bacteria; laboratory experiments on studying of bacteria by microscopes, staining, aseptic technique, preparation of media, isolation of pure culture, selection, classification and identification, culture, quantifying, and preservation of bacteria, and also safety in laboratories.

Target student and requirements

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For MUSC biotechnology students

Basic biology and related areas are recommended

60 students in one class

Every second semester in each academic year

Outcome-based education
CLO1: Describe the fundamentals of bacteria and its applications on different fields in biotechnology
CLO2: Describe the protocols and laboratory experiments on studying of bacteria through their morphological study, biochemical assays, and some molecular tools
CLO3: Discuss the experimental findings and integrate the knowledge from bacteriology classes to the scientific research community
CLO4: Individually and collaboratively carry out for the assigned tasks and responsibility in bacteriology laboratory class
CLO5: Interpret and present the experimental data with peers and lecturers on the basic of update scientific research findings
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Type of online study

Blended learning via MUX-SPOC

Three credits including one credit of online class with 30% weight score

Online class is for pre-class and pre-laboratory learning

Evaluation

Instructor-paced manner certified by scores from Homework and Quiz

Homework (14%), Quiz (26%), Midterm Exam (30%), and Final Exam (30%)

Grading includes A (>80%), B (70-79%), C (60-69%), D (50-59%), and F (0-49%)

Hours in Online

Approcimately one hour per week (1 credit)

15 week-course with 15 hours for online

Course Staff

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Dr. Adisak Romsang (Course Coordinator and instructor)

Lecturer, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand

Ph.D. (Biotechnology), Mahidol University, Thailand (Dean's List)

Office K610; E-mail: adisak.rom@mahidol.ac.th Tel. 022015962

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Apinya Assavanig (Instructor)

Assoc. Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University

Ph.D. (Food Science), Michigan State University, Michigan, USA

Office BT101; E-mail: apinya@gmail.com Tel. 022015301

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Assist. Prof. Dr. Pramvadee Y. Wongsaengchantra (Instructor)

Assist. Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University

Ph.D. (Biochemistry), Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA

Office K422; E-mail: scpyvw@gmail.com Tel. 022015860

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Mrs. Wannee Thepsingha (Lab lecturer)

Senior scientist, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University

M.Sc. (Biotechnology), Mahidol University, Thailand

Office BT114; E-mail: wannee.the@mahidol.ac.th Tel. 022015306

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Mrs. Supasara Ounsuk (Lab lecturer)

Scientist, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University

วิทยาศาสตรบัณฑิต (ชีววิทยา) มหาวิทยาลัยรามคำแหง ประเทศไทย

Office BT114; E-mail: supasara.cha@mahidol.ac.th Tel. 022015306

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Which level is this course's content?

This is easy for all science university students.

This is a basic science and preliminary experiments.

This is prerequisites for higher learning in SCBT classes (302, 305, and 407).

What language is for this course?

This is in Thai language; however, our handouts are in English.

Recommended References
1. Madigan MT, Martinko JM, Dunlap PV, Clark DP. Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 12th Edition, Benjamin-Cummings., USA; 2008.
2. Presscott LM, Harley JP, Klein DA. Microbiology 5th Edition, McGraw- Hill., USA; 2002.
3. Tortora GJ., Funke BR., Case CL. Microbiology: An Introduction 10th Edition, Benjamin-Cummings., USA; 2009.
4. http://www.textbookofbacteriology.net/
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