1 FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES SYLLABUS FOR Interdisciplinary Course Zoology (UG & PG) (Under Credit Based Continuous Evaluation Grading System) Examinations: GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY AMRITSAR Note: (i) Copy rights are reserved. Nobody is allowed to print it in any form. Defaulters will be prosecuted. (ii) Subject to change in the syllabi at any time. Please visit the University website time to time.
2 1 ZOL 001: Animal Diversity (Odd Semester) Credit Unit I Invertebrates Broad Classification (upto class level) Important features Unit II Lower Chordates Broad Classification (upto class level) Important features Unit III Vertebrates Broad Classification (upto class level) Important features Suggested Reading Material: Barnes, R. D. (1980), The Invertebrate Zoology, Hotl-Saunder, Philadelphia, 4th Ed. Dhami, P. S. and Dhami, J. K. (1988), Invertebrates Zoology, R. Chand & Company, New Delhi. Dhami, P.S. and Dhami, J. K. (1994), A Text Book of Zoology, Pradeep Publications, Jalandhar. Kotpal, R. L. (2011). Modern Text Books of Zoology: Invertebrates & Vertebrates, Rastogi Publications, Meerut. Meglitsh, P. (1972), Invertebrate Zoology, Oxford Uni. Press, New York. Prasad, S. N. (1970), A Text Book of Vertebrate Zoology. Kitab Mahal, Allahabad.
3 2 ZOL -002: Important Wildlife Projects in India (Even Semester) Credit Unit I 1. Important wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India 2. Ecological status and conservation status of the following : i) Project Tiger ii) Asiatic Lion & Gir National Park Unit-II 3. Ecological status and conservation status of the following : iii) Project Elephant iv) Project Hangul v) Manipur Brow Antler Deer vi) Crocodile breeding project Unit-III 4. Ecological status and conservation status of the following : vii) One horned rhinoceros viii) Musk deer ix) Great Indian Bustard Suggested Reading Material: Dasmann, R. F. (1982), Wildlife Biology, Wiley Eastern, New Delhi. Giles, R. H. (1984), Wildlife Management Techniques, Natraj Publishers, Dehradun. Gopal, R. (1992), Fundamental of Wildlife Management Justice Home, Allahabad. Hosetti, B. B. (1997), Concepts in Wildlife Management, Chawla Press, Delhi. Sharma, B. D. (1994), High Altitude Wildlife of India, Oxford IBH, New Delhi. Sharma, B.D. (1999), Indian Wild Life Resources Ecology and Development. Daya Publishing House, Delhi. Sharma, B.D. (2002), Man Environment and Wildlife animal. IBH Publishing Co., Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. Sharma, P. D Ecology and Environment, BPR Publishers Singh, H. R. Environmental Biology. S. Chand and Company Limited. Teague, R. D. (1987), A Manual of Wildlife Conservation, Natraj Publishers, Dehradun. Tirvedi, P.R. and Singh, U. K. (1996), Environmental Laws of Wildlife.
4 3 ZOL 051: Concepts of Environmental Biology (Odd Semester) Credit Hrs: Unit I Environmental pollution & Disasters Pollution Definition, types and control of pollution. Eutrophication and Bioaccumulation of pollutants. Water and Wastewater studies with reference to environment. Natural and Man induced disasters Floods, Earthquakes, landslides, deforestation and Tsunami. Unit II Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental hazards and risk assessment. Environmental Planning and management need and scope of EI A. EIA processes. Policies and laws with reference to environmental protection. Agencies involved in protection and conservation of environment. Recent Trends in Environmental Biology Biofertilizers and food form micro-organisms Solid waste management with vermicomposting Bioremediation Bioreactors in Environment monitoring. Suggested Reading Material: Unit III Brewer, R. (1994), The Science of Ecology. Saunders Publishers, New York. Heywood, V.H. & Waston, R. T. (1995), Global Biodiversity Assessment, Cambridge House, Delhi. Townsend, C., Harper, J. & Micheal, B (2001), Essentials of Ecology, Blackwell Science. Singh, H.R. & Kumar, N. (2004) Ecology & Environmental Science, Vishal Publishing Co., Jallandhar. Sharma, P.D. (2005), Ecology & Environment, Rastogi Publication, Meerut. Odum, E.P. (1971), Fundamentals of Ecology. W.B. Saunders Company Co., USA. Tambrell, J. (2002), Introduction to Toxicology, Taylor & Francis, London. Smith, K. (1996), Environmental Hazards. Routledge, London. Smith, R.L. (1972), The Ecology of Man: An Ecosystem Approach, Harper & Row Publisher, New York. Chapman, J.L. and Reiss, M.J. (1995), Ecology: Prinicples and Applications, Cambridge University, Press, New Delhi. Clesceri, L.S., Greenberg A.E. Eaton, A.D. (1998), 20 th Edition Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewaters. American Public Health Association, U.S.A. Nathanson, J. A. (1986), Basic Environmental Technology, Prentice Hall, New Jersey.
5 4 ZOL 052: Concepts of Zoology (Even Semester) Unit-I Evolution Origin of Life Evolution of multicellularity Theories and evidences of animal evolution Taxonomy Importance of classification Nomenclature Concept of species Unit-II Ecology Ecosystem Components Niche Homeostasis Biotic and Abiotic factors affecting animals Behaviour Innate and learnt behaviour Parental care Migration Unit-III Embryology Gamete structure, Gametogenesis Fertilization Early development upto three germ layers Applied Zoology Economically important Invertebrates Economically important Vertebrates Credit 3-0-0
6 Suggested Reading Material: 5 Meglitsch, P. A. (1991), Invertebrate Zoology (3 rd Edition), Oxford University Press. Minkoff, E. C. (1983), Evolutionary Biology, Addison Wesley Pub. Co., London. Kapoor, V. C. (2001), Theory and Practice of Animal Taxonomy, IPH Pub., New Delhi. Mayer, E. and Aschhok (1991), Principles of Systematics, McGraw Hill Book Co., London. Alcock, J. (1998), Animal Behaviour, An Evolutionary Approach Sinauer Assoc., Sunderland, Mass, USA. Drickamer, L. C. and Vessey, S. H. (1986), Animal Behaviour - Concepts, Processes and Methods. (2 nd ed.), Wordsworth Publ. Co., California. Manning, A. and Dawkins, M. S. (1992 & 1998), An Introduction to Animal Behaviour, 4 th Cambridge. ed. (Cambridge low price editions). Cambridge University Press, Sharma, B.D. (1999), Indian Wild Life Resources Ecology and Development. Daya Publishing House, Delhi. Balinsky, B. I. (1981), An Introduction of Embryology, Saunders, Philadelphia. Berril, N. J. (1971), Development Biology, McGraw Hill, New Delhi. Gilbert, S.F. (2003), Developmental Biology, Sinauer Associates, Inc. USA. Goel, S. C (1984), Principles and Animal Developmental Biology, Himalaya, Bombay. Saunder, J. W. (1982), Developmental Biology, Patterns, Principles, Problems, MacMillan, New York. Shukla, G. S. & Upadhaya, V. B. ( ), Economic Zoology, Rastogi Publications, Meerut. Srivastava, P. A. (1977), Economic Zoology, Commercial Publication Bureau, Kanpur.
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