General Microbiology and Immunology

A.Y. 2018/2019
6
Max ECTS
56
Overall hours
SSD
VET/05
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Fornire un quadro il più completo possibile delle varie implicazioni della microbiologia nei settori dell'allevamento, del benessere e della sanità animale, con riferimento anche alle difese dell'organismo nei confronti dei diversi possibili aggressori.
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Second semester
ATTENDING STUDENTS
Course syllabus
Theoretical classes:
Bacteria, general characteristics, observation, cell morphology, classification (2 hours)
Bacterial in vitro cultivation, bacteroscopic examination and staining (4 hours)
Bacterial reproduction and microorganisms genetics (2 hours)
Bacteria as pathogenic agents (2 hours)
Physical and chemical agents for controlling microorganisms - Antibiotics and antimicrobials sensitivity test (2 hours)
Microbiology of ensilages (2 hours)
Microbiology of rumen (2 hours)
Microbiology of milk and its derivatives (2 hours)
General characteristics of viruses (2 hours)
Virus/host interaction and viral diagnostics (2 hours)
Virus classification, prions and spongiform encephalopathies (2 hours)
Generall characteristics of fungi (2 hours)
Classification of mycetes and pathological implications (2 hours)
Antigens and immunogens (2 hours)
Non specific and specific immune response (2 hours)
Natural passive immunity (2 hours)
Stress and immune system (2 hours)
Vaccines and vaccinations in veterinary medicine (2 hours)
Hypersensitivity (2 hours)

Practical classes:
Microbiology laboratory, organisation and tools (2 hours)
Bacterial observation and staining (2 hours)
Cultivation of bacteria in laboratory (2 hours)
Bacterial identification techniques (2 hours)
Antimicrobials sensitivity test (2 hours)
Tissue cuilture and viral infection (4 hours)
NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS
Course syllabus
Theoretical classes:
Bacteria, general characteristics, observation, cell morphology, classification
Bacterial in vitro cultivation, bacteroscopic examination and staining
Bacterial reproduction and microorganisms genetics
Bacteria as pathogenic agents
Physical and chemical agents for controlling microorganisms - Antibiotics and antimicrobials sensitivity test
Microbiology of ensilages
Microbiology of rumen
Microbiology of milk and its derivatives
General characteristics of viruses
Virus/host interaction and viral diagnostics
Virus classification, prions and spongiform encephalopathies
Generall characteristics of fungi
Classification of mycetes and pathological implications
Antigens and immunogens
Non specific and specific immune response
Natural passive immunity
Stress and immune system
Vaccines and vaccinations in veterinary medicine
Hypersensitivity

Practical classes:
Microbiology laboratory, organisation and tools
Bacterial observation and staining
Cultivation of bacteria in laboratory
Bacterial identification techniques
Antimicrobials sensitivity test
Games of microbiology and immunology
VET/05 - INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS - University credits: 6
Practicals: 16 hours
Lessons: 40 hours
Professor: Turin Lauretta
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday 9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Polo Lodi