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Nano Science & Bio Technology

by J Yo T Xtracommon
Type: NoteInstitute: Biju Patnaik University of Technology BPUT Specialization: Chemical EngineeringOffline Downloads: 199Views: 5236Uploaded: 10 months agoAdd to Favourite

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BIOTECHNOLOGY Subject Code- FECH 6302 DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 6th Semester Mrs Ipsita D. Behera Asst. professor I.G.I.T. Sarang Mail id:ipsitadbehera@gmail.com
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SYLLABUS Module - I Introduction and application of microbiology, Structure and functioning of bacterial cell, Classification and Identification criteria for bacteria.Nutritional requirements and nutritional types of bacteria. Module – II Isolation of microorganisms, pure culture techniques and characteristics. Bacterial growth, measurements and reproduction. cultural Module - III Fundamentals of microbiology ecology and ecosystems, microbial associations and interactions. Module - IV Types of bacteria in water, sanitary examination of water, water purification, average disposal and sewage purification. Recommended Books: 1. Reid, P., Microbiology, TMH. 2. Atlas, R. M. &Bartha, R., Microbiology Ecology - Fundamentals and Applications.
LESSON PLAN Class No. Brief description of the Topic/Chapter to be taught 1 Introduction of Microbiology 2 Application of Microbiology 3 Application of Microbiology 4 Structure of Bacterial cell 5 Functioning of Bacterial cell 6 Nutritional requirements of bacteria 7 Nutritional types of bacteria 8 Isolation of micro organisms 9 Isolation of pure culture techniques 10 Cultural characteristics 11 Cultural characteristics 12 Bacterial growth 13 Bacterial Reproduction 14 Bacterial Reproduction 15 Bacterial Measurements 16 Bacterial Measurements 17 Fundamentals of ecology 18 Fundamentals of ecology 19 Microbial interaction

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