Intro to Microbiology

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Intro to Microbiology
  1. Facts
    1. What it is ?
      1. Why it's important?
        1. What is the aim?
          1. History & evolution of microbial cells
          2. Impact of microorganisms on human
            1. Agents of Disease
              1. Majority of microorganisms are pathogenic...
                1. History: from 1900 to 21st century?
                  1. Why is it still a threat today?
                  2. Two examples of microorganisms
                    1. Facts
                      1. Why are they dangerous?
                        1. Problem with their antibiotics
                          1. Death rates?
                        2. Agriculture and human nutrition
                          1. Threat of microorganisms for agriculture
                            1. Two examples
                          2. Food, energy & the environments
                          3. Microbial communities
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