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					                    FEN-EDEBİYAT FAKÜLTESİ BİYOLOJİ BÖLÜMÜ
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                                          Animal Physiology
Module Code Number             BIO-401
Number of ECTS Credits         4
Hours / Week                   4 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Vahit Konar
Year / Term                    4th / Fall
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Genaral Biology, Biophysic

                               Cell Physiology, Nervous system, Sensory system, Moument system,
Module Contents                Respiratory system, Digestive system and metabolism, Circulatory system,
                               Excretory system.

Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the general and
module                         comparative Animal Physiology
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Fizyoloji by A. Noyan, Tıbbi Fizyoloji by (çeviri editörü) H. Çavuşoğlu and
recommended readings           Principles of animal physiology by J. A. Wilson




                                            Plant Physiology
Module Code Number             BIO-402
Number of ECTS Credits         4
Hours / Week                   4 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Omer Munzuroglu
Year / Term                    4th / Spring
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended
                               Introduction to Plant Physiology. The organization of plants and plant cell.
                               Diffusion, Osmosis and Chemical Potential, Water potential. Roots, Soil,
                               and the Uptake of Water. Transpiration. Laves and Gas Exchange, the
                               Mechanism of Guard Cell Movement. Mineral Nutrition. Nutrition Nptake.
Module Contents                Plants and Nitrogen. Plant and Energy, Photosynthesis. Cellular respiration.
                               Regulation of Plant Development. Plant Hormones. Seed Structure and Seed
                               Germination. Photomorphogenesis. Photoperiodism and Rhythmic
                               Phenomena. Stress Physiology.

Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in Plant Physiology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Introduction to Plant Physiology, William G. Hopkins. Plant Physiology,
recommended readings           Salisbury and Ross. Plant Physiology, Ridge, I.
                                           Plant Emriology
Module Code Number             BIO403
Number of ECTS Credits         3
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week (+ 2 hours/ week laboratory)
Module Lecturer                Prof. Dr. Dursun Çobanoğlu
Year / Term                    4th/ Fall
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Plant anatomy, plant morphology, cell biology, cytology, plant physiology,
                               Botany
                               Structure of flower, microsporang, anther wall layers and structure, male
Module Contents                gametophyte, megasporang, megasporogenesis, female gamethopyt and their
                               types, structure of mature embriyo sack, pollination and their types (
                               Autogamy and allogamy), fertilisation, formation of the embriyo.
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in plany embriology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Plant Embriology by Meral Ünal
recommended readings




                     GENERAL   PHYTOPATHOLOGY
Module Code Number             BIO-404
Number of ECTS Credits         3
Hours / Week                   4 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Prof. Dr. Yaşar PARLAK
Year / Term                    4th/ Spring
Type of Course
                               Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Botany ,physiology ,ecology ,fungi ,bacteriology ,virology
                               The ecomonic importance of plant diseases , symptomatolgy ,etiology ,
                               pathology, and epidemiology of the diseases on cultivated plants,general
Module Contents                knowledges of some fungi , bacteria , viruses and wild plants which
                               damage to cultivated plants , the protection methods of cultivated plants
                               from diseases as cultural ,chemical ,physical ,biological ,plant quarantine
                               and growing of resistant varieties.
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide increasing as quantity and quality of
module                         cultivated plant productions.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language               Turkish
Textbook /                     Genel Fitopatoloji      by İbrahim KARACA;Fitopatoloji        by     Gürsel
recommended readings           ERDİLLER; Fitopatoloji by M.Timör DÖKEN ,Erol DEMİRCİ,Hüseyin
                               ZENGİN
                                            VEGETATION
Module Code Number             BIO-406
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Harun Evren
Year / Term                    4th / Spring
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   ,
                                         What is the vegetation? Orgin and development, The importance
                               of vegetation researches, the basic dones to vegetation researches, The
                               basic dones about Plant society, To give an example of vegetation
Module Contents                problems, Biological type, Biological spectrum, Plant formation,
                               Characteristics of formation, Nomenclature of formation, The main
                               formation type at worl, The uniting characteristics of vegetation, The
                               diffrentiate characteristics of, Succesion and climax
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in vegetation described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     ı
recommended readings




                           INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Module Code Number             BIO-407
Number of ECTS Credits         3
Hours / Week                   3 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Dilek Balık
Year / Term                    4th / Fall
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics
                               Introduction to molecular biology. Cells and macromolecules, Protein
                               structure, the flow of genetic information, properties of nucleic acids,
Module Contents                chromosome structures, DNA replication, DNA damage, repair and
                               recombination, transcription, regulation of gene expression, the genetic code
                               and tRNA, protein synthesis, Bacteriophages and eucaryotic viruses
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in molecular biology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Molecular Biology by Weaver, Cell and Molecular Biology by Kleinsmith and
recommended readings           Kish, Instant Notes in Molecular Biology by Turner et al.
                                          ANIMAL ANATOMY
Module Code Number             BIO-411
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Orhan Erman
Year / Term                    4th / Fall
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Biology of Invertebrates and Vertebrates
                               Classification, External Anatomy of Invertebrates and Vertebrates, General
Module Contents                features of animal development, Analogy, Homology, Integument and its
                               Derivatives, Skeleton, Muscular, Digestive, Respiratory, Circulatory and
                               Nervous systems, Coelom, Sense organs
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim and objective of this course are to inform the students of the wide
module                         variety of life forms represented by Animals. The functional role of
                               differences in variety of groups and forms will be discussed.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Omurgalı Hayvanların Karşılaştırmalı Anatomisi by Melekper Öktay and
recommended readings           Hyman’s Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy by H.M. Wake




                                            MYCOLOGY
Module Code Number             BIO-415
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Sevda KIRBAĞ
Year / Term                    4rd/ Fall
Type of Course
                               Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Mycology, Microbiology
                                        Introduction Fungi. The Classification of Fungi , Gymnomycota,
Module Contents                Mastigomycota, Amastigomycota and properties. Micotoxins, Mycoses:
                               Superficial Mycoses, Deep Mycoses
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in mycology.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Mycology, by Clement, Tamer, Öner, Biçiçi
recommended readings
                                           Plant nutrition
Module Code Number             BIO-417
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Omer Munzuroglu
Year / Term                    4th/ Fall
Type of Course
                               Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended
                               Plant mineral nutrition, essential elements, plant and soil, Nutrient deficiency
Module Contents                symptoms.

Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to Plant nutrition
module
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Introduction to Plant Physiology, William G. Hopkins. Plant Physiology,
recommended readings           Salisbury and Ross. Plant Physiology, Ridge, I.




                                            Tissue Culture
Module Code Number             BIO418
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Prof. Dr. Dursun Çobanoğlu
Year / Term                    4th/ Spring
Type of Course
                               Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Cell Biology, Cytology, Molecular Biology, Botany
                               Organisation of laboratory.
                               Nutrient mediums.
Module Contents                Taking explant from the plant and aseptic processes.
                               Plant tissue culture methods: Embriyo, meristem, anther, callus and cell,
                               protoplast culture.
                               Application areas of plant tissue cultures.
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in tissue culture described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Plant Tissue Cultures by Davut Başaran
recommended readings
                               INTRODUCTION TO BIOTECHNOLOGY
Module Code Number               BIO-420
Number of ECTS Credits           2
Hours / Week                     2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                  Dr. Dilek Balık
Year / Term                      4th / Spring
Type of Course
                                Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended    Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics
                                Introduction to biotechnology. Gene manupilations, cloning vectors, gene
Module Contents                 libraries, Analysis of cloned genes, polymerase chain reaction, DNA
                                fingerprinting nuclear transfer, root cells, genome projects, human genome
                                project, , plant biotechnology, biology of cancer, gene therapy,
Aims and Objectives of the      The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                          and techniques used in biotechnology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment            One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language               Turkish
Textbook /                      Molecular Biology by Weaver, Cell and Molecular Biology by Kleinsmith and
recommended readings            Kish, Instant Notes in Molecular Biology by Turner et al.




                                             VIROLOGY
Module Code Number              BIO-423
Number of ECTS Credits          2
Hours / Week                    2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                 Dr. Seher GÜR
Year / Term                     4th / Fall
Type of Course
                                Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended    Microbiology
                                Introduction, general properties of viruses, the structure of viruses, general
Module Contents                 structural properties, principles of virus taxonomy, classification of animal
                                viruses, reproduction of animal viruses, persistent, latent and slow virus
                                infection, viruses and cancer.
Aims and Objectives of the      The objectives of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic
module                          concepts in virology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment            One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language               Turkish
Textbook /                      Microbiology, Prescott, Harley, Klein; Virology, Doymaz.
recommended readings
                                            PALYNOLOGY
Module Code Number             BIO-424
Number of ECTS Credits         2
Hours / Week                   2 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Nazmi GÜR
Year / Term                    4th / Spring
Type of Course
                               Elective
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Plant Embrylogy
                               Introduction to palynology, history of palynology, pollen morphology,
Module Contents                polarity, symmetry, size, sporoderm, exin structure, pollen sculpture,
                               Apertures, pollen germination
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts in
module                         palynology described in the module contents.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Handbook of Palynology by Erdtman, Textbook of Palynology by Faegri and
recommended readings           Iversen




                                     Plant Physiology Laboratory
Module Code Number             BIO-452
Number of ECTS Credits         1
Hours / Week                   3 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Omer Munzuroglu
Year / Term                    4th/ Spring
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended
                               Diffusion, osmosis, osmotic potential, water potential, transpiration, exudation
Module Contents                and guttation; carbohydrate, lipid, protein and pigments analysis, determine of
                               dry matter, photosynthesis and respiration experiments. Mineral determines in
                               plants.
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts
module                         and techniques used in plant physiology laboratory.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /
recommended readings
                                          Animal Embryology
Module Code Number             BIO-450
Number of ECTS Credits         4
Hours / Week                   5 hours/week
Module Lecturer                Dr. Vahit Konar
Year / Term                    4th/ Spring
Type of Course
                               Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended   Genarel Biology, Animal Physiology
                               Introduction to embryonic development, Gametogenesis (spermatogenesis
                               and oogenesis), fertilization, gastrulation, neurolation and germ leyer
                               formation, cell differentiation, embriyonic development in Amphioxus,
                               embriyonic development in teleost fishes, embriyonic development in
Module Contents                Amphibia, embriyonic development in Aves, embriyonic development in
                               mammalian.



Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the general and
module                         comparative Animal Embryology
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Genel Hayvan Embryolojisi by M. A. Akpınar, İnsan Embryolojisi by (çeviri
recommended readings           editörleri) M. Yıldırım et al., Medikal Embriyolojisi by (çeviri editörü) A. C.
                               Başaklar.




                        LABORATORY EXERCİSES in ANİMAL PHYSIOLOGY
Module Code Number            BIO-451
Number of ECTS Credits        1
Hours / Week                  3 hours/week
Module Lecturer               Dr. Vahit Konar
Year / Term                   4th / Fall
Type of Course
                              Compulsory
(Compulsory / Elective)
Pre requisites / Recommended  Biochemistry and Animal Physiology,
                               Experiments related to Enzyme Activities, Experiments related to
                               Respiratory System, Experiments related to Spinal Reflex, Human Blood
Module Contents                Count (erythrocyte and leukocyte count), Determination of Human Blood
                               Tension, Experiments related to Digestive System, Practice in laboratory
                               Animal,
Aims and Objectives of the     The aim of this module is to provide a basic techniques and experiments
module                         used in experimental animal physiology.
Method of assessment           One written midterm exam (40%) and one written final exam (60%)
Teaching Language              Turkish
Textbook /                     Laboratory Exercises in Invertebrate Physiology by Welsh et.all, Pratik
recommended readings           Fizyoloji by Talat Konuk, Basic Biochemical Methods by Renee R. Alexander
                               et.all.

				
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