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Microbiology

The resources in this course guide are carefully selected to support students enrolled in Microbiology

Proquest Dissertations & Theses Global

List of Dissertation Research Topics

Bacteria with cytoskeletons/evolutionary tree

Biofilm formation in disease, the environment, or industry

Quorum sensing: how bacteria communicate

Development in prokaryotes- spore formation, CaulobacterMyxococcusStreptomyces

Life in extreme environments

Extraterrestrial life

Biodegradation of anthropogenic compounds (PCB's, dioxins pesticides, etc.) by bacteria

Evolution of life

Antibiotic/antiviral resistance mechanisms

How to prevent antibiotic resistance

Antibacterial products

Symbiotic relationships between bacteria and other organisms

Viable, but non-culturable organisms

Source:https://www.science.smith.edu/

 

PhD. & Theses Defenses

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