|Nazwa przedmiotu||General botany|
|Wydział||Wydział Nauk Biologicznych|
|Kierunek||WNB - oferta ERASMUS|
|Rodzaj studiów||Program Erasmus|
|Semestr rozpoczęcia||semestr zimowy 2018/2019|
|Liczba punktów ECTS do zdobycia||6|
|Forma zajęć||Liczba godzin w semestrze (stacjonarne)||Liczba godzin w tygodniu (stacjonarne)||Liczba godzin w semestrze (niestacjonarne)||Liczba godzin w tygodniu (niestacjonarne)||Forma zaliczenia|
|Laboratorium||45||3||-||-||Zaliczenie na ocenę|
Aim of the course
The aim of the course in general botany is to acquire by the student the theoretical and practical knowledge. As the result, the student should describe the cellular structure of plant, plant tissues, explain the process of growth, development and differentiation of vascular plants, characterize the structure of vegetative and generative organs of plants, recognize and characterize ecological forms of vascular plants. Within the framework of the laboratory course student should know the basic safety rules in the biological laboratory, master microscopic techniques and make by oneself the microscope slides. Student should be able to analyze the permanent and prepared yourself preparations and make correctly microscope slide drawings.
Knowledge of basic biology, including the cytology, histology and basic plant systematics at the secondary school level.
Lecture topics: Subject matter and scope of botany. History of botany. Research methods used in botany. The chemical composition of the plant cell. The structure of the plant cell. Symplast and apoplast. The evolution of plant body: single-celled forms, multicellular Thallophyta, Telomophyta. Classification and structure of plant tissues. Functional tissue systems. The theory of steles. Growth, development and differentiation of the vascular plants. Vegetative organs of plants. The primary and secondary structure of root and shoot. Morphology, anatomy and modifications of the root and shoot. Plant life forms. Sexual reproduction and the alternation of generations. Structure of generative organs of plants. Structure of the flower of angiosperms and Inflorescence types. Types of seeds and fruits. The laboratory course: The parts of optical microscope. Microscopy basics. Plant cell. Basics of cytology. The chemical structure of living organisms. The life cycle of a cell. Cell division. Meristematic and permanent tissues. Morphology and anatomy of root, stem and leaf. Structure of flower and inflorescence types. Structure and types of seeds and fruits.
Methods of education
- oral presentation (in the form of the ppt presentation) - practical (lab classes with the use of microscopes and binocular, the set of preparations and collected biological materials).
|Opis efektu||Symbole efektów||Metody weryfikacji||Forma zajęć|
Verification of learning outcomes and credit conditions
The lecture (for full-time studies) - a test conducted in the written form, it lasts 45 minutes and contains 50 closed questions. 60% of the points out of 50 are required to get the pass mark credit. - the self-prepared multimedia presentation. The final mark consists of the average sum of all of the pass partial marks. Exercises - pass mark credit of all exercises (open and closed tests - 60% of points scored are required to get the pass mark credit, the herbarium made by one-self, lab book and practical skills test, and self-prepared multimedia presentation). The final mark consists of the average sum of all of the pass partial marks
Zmodyfikowane przez dr Krystyna Walińska (ostatnia modyfikacja: 24-05-2018 20:21)