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Students of Kirk Bartholomew at Sacred Heart University have authored the following pages as term projects for their microbiology course.
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Microbiology students of [http://www.sacredheart.edu/pages/1274_kirk_bartholomew_ph_d_.cfm Kirk Bartholomew] at Sacred Heart University have authored the following pages as term projects for their course, BI 230 Microbiology.<br>
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''Bdellovibrio'', intracellular predators of bacteria.
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'''''[[Bdellovibrio]]'', intracellular predators of bacteria.'''<br>
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By Swetha Desai, Krystina Eikeseth, Janice Silva, and Derron Simmonds
  
''Shigella'', a genus of gram-negative bacteria.
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'''''[[Cladosporium]]'', fungi growing on dead plants and on fiberglass duct liners.<br>
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By William Gastiger, Persida Kastrati and Jessica Martins
  
''Ustilago'', a genus of fungi.
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'''''[[Erysipelothrix]]'', a genus of fungi.'''<br>
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By Jacqueline Schmiedecke, Lucas Bernacki, Jocelyn Brickett and Kathleen Strampfer
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'''''[[Shigella]]'', a genus of gram-negative bacteria.'''<br>
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By Deidre DeSilva, Kayleigh Erazmus, and Megan Harney<br>
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Latest revision as of 15:38, 17 February 2021

Microbiology students of Kirk Bartholomew at Sacred Heart University have authored the following pages as term projects for their course, BI 230 Microbiology.
Bart191.jpg

Bdellovibrio, intracellular predators of bacteria.
By Swetha Desai, Krystina Eikeseth, Janice Silva, and Derron Simmonds

Cladosporium, fungi growing on dead plants and on fiberglass duct liners.
By William Gastiger, Persida Kastrati and Jessica Martins

Erysipelothrix, a genus of fungi.
By Jacqueline Schmiedecke, Lucas Bernacki, Jocelyn Brickett and Kathleen Strampfer

Shigella, a genus of gram-negative bacteria.
By Deidre DeSilva, Kayleigh Erazmus, and Megan Harney