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BIOSCI 347

: Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The ecology and physiology of micro-organisms in natural and engineered environments. Key themes include marine microbiology, the importance of microbial symbioses to life on Earth, and contemporary research methods in microbiology. Processes such as wastewater treatment and the production of bioactives are used to emphasise exploitation of microbial metabolism for environmental biotechnology purposes.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
127

BIOSCI 347

: Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The ecology and physiology of micro-organisms in natural and engineered environments. Key themes include marine microbiology, the importance of microbial symbioses to life on Earth, and contemporary research methods in microbiology. Processes such as wastewater treatment and the production of bioactives are used to emphasise exploitation of microbial metabolism for environmental biotechnology purposes.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
128

BIOSCI 347

: Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The ecology and physiology of micro-organisms in natural and engineered environments. Key themes include marine microbiology, the importance of microbial symbioses to life on Earth, and contemporary research methods in microbiology. Processes such as wastewater treatment and the production of bioactives are used to emphasise exploitation of microbial metabolism for environmental biotechnology purposes.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
129

BIOSCI 347

: Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The ecology and physiology of micro-organisms in natural and engineered environments. Key themes include marine microbiology, the importance of microbial symbioses to life on Earth, and contemporary research methods in microbiology. Processes such as wastewater treatment and the production of bioactives are used to emphasise exploitation of microbial metabolism for environmental biotechnology purposes.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
130

BIOSCI 348

: Food and Industrial Microbiology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The use and scientific fundamentals of micro-organisms in the production of foods and food additives, nutriceuticals and probiotics. Molecular and applied aspects of the fermentation processes for beer and wine including aroma generation and analysis. Microbial food spoilage, pathogens involved, food safety and quality control.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 106 and 15 points from BIOSCI 204, MEDSCI 202
131

BIOSCI 348

: Food and Industrial Microbiology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The use and scientific fundamentals of micro-organisms in the production of foods and food additives, nutriceuticals and probiotics. Molecular and applied aspects of the fermentation processes for beer and wine including aroma generation and analysis. Microbial food spoilage, pathogens involved, food safety and quality control.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 106 and 15 points from BIOSCI 204, MEDSCI 202
132

BIOSCI 348

: Food and Industrial Microbiology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The use and scientific fundamentals of micro-organisms in the production of foods and food additives, nutriceuticals and probiotics. Molecular and applied aspects of the fermentation processes for beer and wine including aroma generation and analysis. Microbial food spoilage, pathogens involved, food safety and quality control.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 106 and 15 points from BIOSCI 204, MEDSCI 202
133

BIOSCI 348

: Food and Industrial Microbiology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The use and scientific fundamentals of micro-organisms in the production of foods and food additives, nutriceuticals and probiotics. Molecular and applied aspects of the fermentation processes for beer and wine including aroma generation and analysis. Microbial food spoilage, pathogens involved, food safety and quality control.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 106 and 15 points from BIOSCI 204, MEDSCI 202
134

BIOSCI 349

: Biomedical Microbiology
2022 Semester One (1223)
The molecular biology of micro-organisms affecting human health. The characteristics of microbial pathogens, the origins of virulence, and the development of infectious disease. Routes of infection, evasion of host immune responses, and host-pathogen interactions. The molecular basis for vaccination and anti-microbial therapy, and the development of resistance to treatment.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201 and either BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
135

BIOSCI 349

: Biomedical Microbiology
2021 Semester One (1213)
The molecular biology of micro-organisms affecting human health. The characteristics of microbial pathogens, the origins of virulence, and the development of infectious disease. Routes of infection, evasion of host immune responses, and host-pathogen interactions. The molecular basis for vaccination and anti-microbial therapy, and the development of resistance to treatment.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201 and either BIOSCI 204 or MEDSCI 202
136

BIOSCI 350

: Protein Structure and Function
2023 Semester One (1233)
The relationship of molecular structure to protein function will be emphasised. Techniques for the purification, characterisation, production of native and recombinant proteins and three-dimensional structure determination will be combined with a description of protein structure. Specific groups of proteins will be selected to illustrate structure/function relationships and protein evolution.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
137

BIOSCI 350

: Protein Structure and Function
2022 Semester One (1223)
The relationship of molecular structure to protein function will be emphasised. Techniques for the purification, characterisation, production of native and recombinant proteins and three-dimensional structure determination will be combined with a description of protein structure. Specific groups of proteins will be selected to illustrate structure/function relationships and protein evolution.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
138

BIOSCI 350

: Protein Structure and Function
2021 Semester One (1213)
The relationship of molecular structure to protein function will be emphasised. Techniques for the purification, characterisation, production of native and recombinant proteins and three-dimensional structure determination will be combined with a description of protein structure. Specific groups of proteins will be selected to illustrate structure/function relationships and protein evolution.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
139

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2023 Semester One (1233)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
140

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2022 Semester One (1223)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
141

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2021 Semester One (1213)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
142

BIOSCI 351

: Molecular Genetics
2020 Semester One (1203)
The analysis of genetic material in prokaryotes, viruses, yeast, plants and humans is addressed. The means by which genetic information is transferred and the mechanisms underlying genome diversity will be examined, together with the study of eukaryote genomes at the level of chromosome structure and organisation. The molecular mechanisms underpinning selected inherited human disorders will be discussed as well as the role of model species in understanding normal and perturbed biological pathways.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 202
143

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
144

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
145

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
146

BIOSCI 353

: Molecular and Cellular Regulation
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The molecular mechanisms which mediate intracellular sorting and targeting of biologically active molecules and the networks of intracellular and extracellular signals which regulate cell function form the focus of this course. The roles of growth factors, oncogenes, plasma membrane receptors, nuclear receptors, ion channels and membrane transporters are emphasised.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 201, 203
147

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
148

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
149

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354
150

BIOSCI 355

: Genomics and Genome Biology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Biological information is coded in and expressed from genomes. This course explores methods for detecting structural and functional elements of genomes, plus the wider genome biology of eukaryotic and prokaryotic systems. Students will learn how genomic data is generated and analysed, how genomes evolve, and how genomic information is expressed and regulated.
Subject: Biological Sciences
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 202
Restriction: BIOINF 301, BIOSCI 354