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Curriculum Junior

 

Junior

‧300 [Seminar I], 2 credits‧301 [Genetics], 3 credits‧302 [Genetics Laboratory], 1 credit‧303 [Plant Physiology], 3 credits, (prerequisite: General Biology)‧304 [Plant Physiology Laboratory], 1 credit (Prerequisite: General Biology)

1. Organelle in plant cell
2. Water physiology of plants
3. Nutrition transport in plants
4. Photosynthesis and respiration
5. Growth and development of plants
6. Plant orientation

‧305 [Ecology], 3 credits

1. Introduction and evolutionary ecology
2. Origin of species, distribution and diversity
3. Population growth and regulation
4. Sex and social diversity
5. Community ecology and coevolution
6. Succession and island ecology
7. Food webs and energy
8. Lake, ocean, weather and human impact

‧306 [Ecology Laboratory], 1 credit

1. Sampling technique
2. Data analysis and SAS application
3. Data analysis of plant community
4. Water analysis
5. Measurement of terrestrial primary production
6. Computer simulation on population growth
7. Field studies

‧309 [Animal Histology], 3 credits

Focus on the microstructure and function of the tissues and organs of normal mammals cells, Starting from the membranous and non-membranous organelles in cells; then the basic tissues: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle and nerve tissue, especially their classification and cellular characteristics; Finally, the histology of organ systems and the concept of tissue pathology

‧310 [Animal Histology Laboratory], 1 credit

The course will introduce the research techniques in histology, student will use optical microscope to examine the human and animal tissue specimen sections, to study the characteristics of tissue structure, to analyze and compare the microstructure and to identify different cell types.

‧311 [Animal Physiology], 3 credits

Introduction of physiological system and function centered on mammalian physiology including nerves, muscles, blood circulation, respiration, gastrointestine, kidney, and endocrinology.

‧312 [Animal physiology Laboratory], 1 credit

1. Membrane permeability
2. Contraction of skeleton muscles
3. Contraction of onyocerdiac muscles.
4. Electrocardiogram
5. Active transport of frog skin epithelium
6. Contraction of smooth muscle
7. Hearing and vision
8. Nerve conduction

‧313[Molecular Biology], 3 credits (Prerequisite: biochemistry)
Ⅰ.Introduction:
1. Cellular macromolecules

2. Synthesis of protein and nucleic acid

3. Manipulation of macromolecules

Ⅱ. Gene Expression, Structure and Replication:

4. Regulation of gene expression in prokaryote

5. Transcription in eukaryote

6. RNA procorsing

7. Organization eukaryote chromosome

8. DNA replication repair and rearrangement

Ⅲ. Special Topics:

9. Cell cycle and control

10. Tumor molecular biology

‧314 [Biochemistry Ⅱ], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: biochemistry I)

1. Bioenergetics and metabolism
2. Glycolysis and catabolism of hexoses
3. Citric acid cycle
4. Oxidation of fatty acid
5. Catabolism of amino acid and urea cycle
6. Oxidative phosphorylation and Photosynthesis
7. Biosynthesis of carbohydrates
8. Biosynthesis of lipids
9. Metabolism of nucleotides
10. Integration of Metabolism


‧315 [Special Topics in Microbiology], 3 credits

Emphasis is on the bacterial pathogenesis, introduction to basic immunology, bacterial pathogenesis,

principle of antibiotics, development of recombinant vaccines.

‧316 [Parasitology], 3 credit (Prerequisite: General Biology)

‧317 [Parasitology Laboratory], 1 credit

1. Parasite and Parasition
2. Cellular System of Parasitic Protozoa
3. Lumen Dwelling Protozoa
4. Blood and Tissues Protozoa
5. Nematodes and Diseases
6. Cestodes and Diseases
7. Trematodes and Diseases
8. Vactors of Parasitic Diseases
9. Diagnosis and Control of Parasitic Diseases
10. Cultivation, Immunology, and Molecular Biology of Parasites

‧318 [Food Microbiology], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: Microbiology)

1. Microbiology and food: microorganisms in food and their growth condition
2. Regulation of food microorganism: microbes population, spoil mechanism, food poisoning and prevention
3. Food production using microorganisms: useful microorganism and food manufacture.

‧319 [Food microbiology Laboratory], 1 credit, (Prerequisite: Microbiology)

Detection and identification of microorganisms in food, evaluation of food safety; production of fermentation food, Visiting food company, water treatment company and food safety agency

‧320 [Clinical Biochemistry], 3 credits, (Prerequisite: Biochemistry Ⅰ,Ⅱ)

1. Introduction
2. Structure and function of protein
3. Metabolism and bioenergetics
4. Synthesis and degradation of complex macromolecules
5. Steroids
6. Inflammation and Pharmacology