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1 CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR 4 Year B.Sc. (ZOOLOGY) Course Structure First Semester Second Semester Sl. No. Subject Code 1 Ability Enhancem ent Compulso ry Course- I 2 Core course-i 3 Core Course-I Practical/ Tutorial 4 Core course-ii 5 Core Course-II Practical/ Tutorial 6 Generic Elective Generic Elective - 1 Practical/ Tutorial Subject English/MIL /EVS Non-chordates I: Protista to Pseudocoelomate s Non-chordates I: Protista to Pseudocoelomate s Lab Principles of Ecology Principles of Ecology Lab Conta ct Hrs/w eek Credi ts Sl. No Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course-II Core course- III Core Course- III Practical/Tuto rial Core Course- IV Core Course- IV Practical/Tuto rial GE or 5 6 Generic Elective or 1 7 Generic Elective -2 Practical/Tuto rial Subject Code Subject Contact Hrs/we ek English/ MIL /EVS Nonchordates II: Coelomat es Nonchordates II: Coelomat es Lab Cell Biology Cell Biology Lab Cred its GE or or 1

2 M.I.L 1101

3 M.I.L. 1102

4 SEMESTER-I BSZO1101(NON-CHORDATES I)(3-1-0) MODULE I Protista, Parazoa and Metazoa :General characteristics and Classification up to classes, Study of Euglena, Amoeba and Paramecium,Life cycle and pathogenicity of Plasmodium vivaxand Entamoeba histolytica,locomotion and Reproduction in Protista,Evolution of symmetry and segmentation of Metazoa Porifera :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,canal system and spicules in sponges MODULE II Cnidaria :General characteristics and Classification up to classes, Metagenesis in Obelia Polymorphism in Cnidaria, Corals and coral reefs Ctenophora : General characteristics and Evolutionary significance,general characteristics and Evolutionary significance Platyhelminthes :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,life cycle and pathogenicity of Fasciola hepatica and Taeniasolium MODULE III (12hrs) Nemathelminthes :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,life cycle, and pathogenicity of Ascarislumbricoidesand Wuchereriabancrofti,Parasitic adaptations in helminthes TEXT BOOKS Ruppert and Barnes, R.D. (2006). Invertebrate Zoology, VIII Edition. Holt Saunders Sinha, Ganguly, Adhikari, Invertebate& Vertebrate series, Central Book Depo Publications. Kotpal R L, Invertebate& Vertebrate series, Kalyan Publishers REFERENCE BOOKS International Edition. Barnes, R.S.K., Calow, P., Olive, P.J.W., Golding, D.W. and Spicer, J.I. (2002). The Invertebrates: A New Synthesis, III Edition, Blackwell Science Barrington, E.J.W. (1979). Invertebrate Structure and Functions. II Edition, E.L.B.S. and Nelson. BSZO1102 (PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY)(3-1-0) MODULE I Introduction to Ecology :History of ecology, Autecology and synecology, Levels of organization, Laws oflimiting factors, Study of physical factors. Population :Unitary and Modular populations Unique and group attributes of population: Density, natality, mortality, life tables, fecundity tables, survivorship curves, age ratio, sex ratio, dispersal and dispersion Exponential and logistic growth, equation and patterns, r and K selection.

5 MODULE II (17hrs) Population regulation - density-dependent and independent growth of population,population interactions, Gause s Principle with laboratory and field examples, Lotka-Volterra equation for competition and Predation, functional and numerical Responses. Community :Community characteristics: species richness, dominance, diversity, abundance,vertical stratification, Ecotone and edge effect; Ecological succession with oneexample,theories pertaining to climax community. MODULE III (15hrs) Ecosystem :Types of ecosystems, structure and function of ecosystems (forest ecosystem), Food chain: Detritus and Grazingfood chains, Linear and Y-shaped food chains, Food web, Energy flow through theecosystem, Ecological pyramids and Ecological efficienciesnutrient and biogeochemical cycle with one example of Nitrogen cycle,human modified ecosystem Applied Ecology :Ecology in Wildlife Conservation and Management TEXT BOOKS & REFERENCE BOOKS Colinvaux, P. A. (1993). Ecology. II Edition. Wiley, John and Sons, Inc. Krebs, C. J. (2001). Ecology. VI Edition. Benjamin Cummings. Odum, E.P., (2008). Fundamentals of Ecology. Indian Edition. Brooks/Cole Robert Leo Smith Ecology and field biology Harper and Row publisher Ricklefs, R.E., (2000). Ecology. V Edition. Chiron Pres BSCH1103 (GENERAL CHEMISTRY)(3-1-0) BSZL1101 (NON-CHORDATES I LAB)(0-0-3) EXPERIMENTS : 1. Study of whole mount of Euglena, Amoeba and Paramecium, Binary fission and Conjugation in Paramecium 2. Examination of pond water collected from different places for diversity in protista 3. Study of Sycon(T.S. and L.S.), Hyalonema, Euplectella, Spongilla 4. Study of Obelia, Physalia, Millepora, Aurelia, Tubipora, Corallium, Alcyonium, Gorgonia, Metridium, Pennatula, Fungia, Meandrina, Madrepora 5. One specimen/slide of any ctenophore 6. Study of adult Fasciola hepatica, Taeniasoliumand their life cycles (Slides/microphotographs) 7. Study of adult Ascarislumbricoidesand its life stages (Slides/micro-photographs) 8. To submit a Project Report on any related topic on life cycles/coral/ coral reefs.

6 EXPERIMENTS : BSZL1102 (PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY LAB)(0-0-3) 1. Study of life tables and plotting of survivorship curves of different types from the hypothetical/real data provided 2. Determination of population density in a natural/hypothetical community by quadrate method and calculation of Shannon-Weiner diversity index for the same community 3*. Study of an aquatic ecosystem: Phytoplankton and zooplankton, Measurement of area, temperature, turbidity/penetration of light, determination of ph, and Dissolved Oxygen content (Winkler s method), Chemical Oxygen Demand and free CO2 4. Report on a visit to National Park/Biodiversity Park/Wild life sanctuary 5#. Determination of BOD and chloride from sample water. *This comprises of four experiments. #This comprises of two experiments. w BSCH1103 (GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB I)(0-0-3) SEMESTER-II BSZO1201 (NON-CHORDATE II)(3-1-0) MODULE I (19hrs) Introduction to Coelomates :Evolution of coelom and metamerism Annelida :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,excretion in Annelida,Arthropoda :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,vision and Respiration in Arthropoda,Metamorphosis in Insects,Social life in bees and termites MODULE II (19hrs) Onychophora :General characteristics and Evolutionary significance Mollusca: General characteristics and Classification up to classes,respiration in Mollusca, Torsion and detorsion in Gastropoda,Pearl formation in bivalves,evolutionary significance oftrochophore larva. MODULE III (12hrs) Echinodermata :General characteristics and Classification up to classes,water-vascular system in Asteroidea,Larval forms in Echinodermata,Affinities with Chordates. TEXT BOOKS Ruppert and Barnes, R.D. (2006). Invertebrate Zoology, VIII Edition. Holt Saunders International Edition Sinha, Ganguly, Adhikari, Invertebate& Vertebrate series, Central Book Depo Publications. Kotpal R L, Invertebate& Vertebrate series, Kalyan Publishers

7 REFERENCE BOOKS Barnes, R.S.K., Calow, P., Olive, P. J. W., Golding, D.W. and Spicer, J.I. (2002). TheInvertebrates: A New Synthesis, III Edition, Blackwell Science Barrington, E.J.W. (1979). Invertebrate Structure and Functions. II Edition, E.L.B.S. and Nelson BSZO1101 (CELL BIOLOGY)(3-1-0) MODULE I Overview of Cells : Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells, Virus, Viroids, Mycoplasma, Prions, Plasma Membrane: Various models of plasma membrane structure, Transport across membranes: Active and Passive transport, Facilitated Transport,Cell junctions: Tight junctions, Desmosomes, Gap junctions Endomembrane System :Structure and Functions: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Golgi Apparatus, Lysosomes. MODULE II Mitochondria and Peroxisomes :Mitochondria: Structure, Semi-autonomous nature, Endosymbiotic hypothesis, Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain, Chemi-osmotic hypothesis,peroxisomes. Cytoskeleton: Structure and Functions: Microtubules, Microfilaments and Intermediate filaments MODULE III Nucleus :Structure of Nucleus: Nuclear envelope, Nuclear pore complex, Nucleolus, Chromatin: Euchromatin and Hetrochromatin and packaging (nucleosome) Cell Division:Mitosis, Meiosis, Cell cycle and its regulation Cell Signaling: GPCR and Role of second messenger (camp) (14hrs) TEXT BOOKS Karp, G. (2010). Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments. VI Edition. John Wiley and Sons.Inc. De Robertis, E.D.P. and De Robertis, E.M.F. (2006). Cell and Molecular Biology. VIII Edition. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia. Lodish H, Baltimore D et al,molecular Cell Biology, Latest edition. REFERENCE BOOKS Cooper, G.M. and Hausman, R.E. (2009). The Cell: A Molecular Approach. V Edition. ASM Press and Sunderland, Washington, D.C.; Sinauer Associates, MA. Becker, W.M., Kleinsmith, L.J., Hardin. J. and Bertoni, G. P. (2009). The World of the Cell.VII Edition. Pearson Benjamin Cummings Publishing, San Francisco. Bruce Albert, Bray Dennis, Levis Julian, Raff Martin, Roberts Keith and Watson James (2008). Molecular Biology of the Cell, V Edition, Garland publishing Inc., New York andlondon. Sumner A T, Chromosome, 2003, Wiley Publications

8 BSZO1203 (GENERAL CHEMISTRY II)(3-1-0) MSEN1201 (COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH-I) (2-0-0) The paper in English is of 100 (Hundred) percentage marks. MODULE-I: Communication Skill Communication: Definition, concept Channels of Communication: Sender, receiver, channel, message, encoding, decoding, context, feedback Verbal & Non-Verbal Communication: Spoken & written-advantages & disadvantages Bias free English, Formal & informal style. MODULE-II: Communicative Grammar Time, Tense & Aspect Verbs of state & events Modality Active & Passive voice Antonyms, Synonyms, Homonyms, one word substitutions & correction of errors MODULE-III: Sounds of English Length of vowels: Long vowels as in the words feel, food, shoot, card etc. Short vowels as in the words pen, sun, cut, shut, etc. Consonants Stress pattern Intonation: Rising & Falling. Text Books: Effective technical communication by M.A.Rizvi Reference Books: Communicative English AlokPublication. Communicative Grammar of English Geoffery Leech & Business Communication by R.K.Panda, J.Khuntia, M.Pati,

9 MSES 1201 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (3-1-0) Module-I (18 hrs) Concepts of Ecology & Environment: Definition-Environment, Ecology & Ecosystem; Environmental concepts Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, Lithosphere & Biosphere, Environmental factors Abiotic factors (Climate & Edaphic) & Biotic factors, Environmental gradients & limiting factor. Concept of Ecosystem & Processes: Type & Structure, Ecosystem Processes Energy flow, food chain, food web & ecological pyramids; Biogeochemical cycles Hydrological cycle(water), gaseous cycle(carbon & oxygen), sedimentary cycle(nitrogen & sulphur). Module-II Population ecology & Ecological succession: Population ecology: Population density, natality, mortality, population age structure, population growth curves & carrying capacity. Ecological succession: Characteristics, types (Hydrosere&Xerosere) & Process. Environmental Pollution: Water pollution, Noise pollution, Air pollution(source, effect, control measure), Depletion of ozone layer cause, effect & control measure, Green House Effects & Global warming, Acid rain, Biological concentration and biomagnifications, Sewage & sewage treatment. Module-III (14hrs) Conservation of natural resources: Natural resources renewable, non-renewable, abstract resources, Biodiversity & its conservation, wild wife conservation, pollution control board, Environmental awareness & mass education. Text Books: 1. Text book of Environmental studies by A.K.Panigrahy&A.Sahu, SadagranthaMandir Publishing, Berhampur. Reference Books: 1. Fundamentals of Ecology by E.P.Odum 2. Environmental Engineering by G.Kiely 3. Fundamentals of Environmental studies by N.K.Tripathy 4. Environmental Biology by P.D.Sharma 5. Ecology & Environment by P.D.Sharma 6. Principles of Environmental Engineering & Science by Davis &Masten BSZL1201 (NON-CHORDATE II LAB)(0-0-3) EXPERIMENTS : 1. Study of following specimens: Annelids - Aphrodite, Nereis, Heteronereis, Sabella, Serpula, Chaetopterus, Pheretima,

10 Hirudinaria Arthropods - Limulus, Palamnaeus, Palaemon, Daphnia, Balanus, Sacculina, Cancer, Eupagurus,Scolopendra, Julus, Bombyx, Periplaneta, termites and honey bees Onychophora - Peripatus Molluscs - Chiton, Dentalium, Pila, Doris, Helix, Unio, Ostrea, Pinctada, Sepia, Octopus, Nautilus Echinodermates - Pentaceros/Asterias, Ophiura, Clypeaster, Echinus, Cucumariaand Antedon 2. Study of digestive system, septal nephridia and pharyngeal nephridia of earthworm 3. T.S. through pharynx, gizzard, and typhlosolar intestine of earthworm 4. Mount of mouth parts and dissection of digestive system and nervous system of Periplaneta* 5. To submit a Project Report on any related topic to larval forms (crustacean, mollusc and echinoderm) BSZL1202 (CELL BIOLOGY LAB)(0-0-3) EXPERIMENTS : 1. Preparation of temporary stained squash of onion root tip to study various stages of mitosis 2. Study of various stages of meiosis. 3. Preparation of permanent slide to show the presence of Barr body in human female blood cells/cheek cells. *4. Preparation of permanent slide to demonstrate: i DNA by Feulgen reaction ii DNA and RNA by MGP iiimucopolysaccharides by PAS reaction iv Proteins by Mercurobromophenol blue/fast Green * Culture of Drosophila Study of structure and biology of Drosophila Determination of mitotic index of Grasshopper somatic cells from neuron and hepatic caeca Study of meiosis and mitosis (Anther-squash and onion root tip squash) NB: In case of non-availability of sl. No. 4 these above experiments can be done. BSZL1203 (GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB II)(3-0-0)

11 LISTENING SKILLS Listening for information BSOL1203 COMMUNICATIVE PRACTICE LAB-II (0-0-3) a) The students can listen to a given speech in normal speed (150/200 words per min) and locate important points and arrange them in logical order. b) While listening to a speech given in normal speed the student can fill up blanks, spaces, flow charts and can take notes. SPEAKING SKILLS Conversation Situations and Role Plays: Introductions, greetings, giving directions, appointments, seeking permissions, requesting for information, asking for help and similar kind of activities. READING SKILLS The student can read a scientific passage for moderate length ( words) for the purpose of skimming, scanning, note making and vocabulary building. WRITING SKILLS a) Paragraph construction From general - specific, data - comment, problem- solution, process-description b) Précis writing and summarization c) Official notices and business letters Other semesters syllabus is under preparation

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