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1 COURSE DESCRIPTION FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY YEAR 1, SEMESTRAL COURSE SEMESTER 2 DEGREE BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING MODALITY: ON CAMPUS ACADEMIC YEAR 2017/2018 EPS

2 1.- COURSE/SUBJECT: 1. COURSE/SUBJECT IDENTIFICATION Name: Fundamentals of Biology : Year (s) course is taught: 1 Semester (s) when the course is taught: 2 Type: Core ECTS of the course: Hours ECTS: 30 Language: english Modality: on campus Degree (s) in which the course is taught: Biomedical Engineering School which the course is taught: EPS 2.- ORGANIZATION OF THE COURSE: Department: Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences. Faculty of Pharmacy. Area of knowledge: Biology 1.-LECTURERES: Responsible of the Course Name: 2. LECTURERS OF THE COURSE/SUBJECT CONTACT Dra. Beatriz Ramos Solano Phone (ext): ext. 4930/ Office: Teaching and Research profile Research Lines C201, lab B011 Doctor in Pharmacy, Profesor Titular 3 sexenios. Plant biotechnology. Plant microbe interaction biotechnology Lecturer(s) CONTACT Name: Mª Belen Montero Palmero Phone (ext): ext Office: C110 2

3 2.- TUTORIALS: For any queries students can contact lecturers by , phone or visiting their office during the teacher s tutorial times published on the students Virtual Campus. 3. COURSE DESCRIPTION This subjects gives an overview of basics in biology. Among the topics covered are evolution, including domains and the phylogenetic relationships in which they are based, and foundations of taxonomy and systematics and study of biodiversity. Relate the structure of biomolecules of life with their biological function. Describe and differentiate Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. Describe plant histology and organography. Describe energy-related processes in the cell (anabolism and catabolism). Describe cell respiration and photosynthetic process and its compartimentation. Describe cell communication systems and the mechanisms for signal transduction. Explain the cell cycle and its regulation. To describe mitosis and meiosis. Explain the mechanisms of inheritance 1.- COMPETENCIES 4. COMPETENCIES BAS-3 CG3 CG4 CG5 CG8 Basic and General Competencies Ability to gather and interpret relevant data within their specific study subject,in order to create a critical opinion in relevant issues related with that expertise Planning activities, time management and self-motivation Interpersonal communication skills Orientation to quality To behave on the lights of honesty, sincerity, rigor, justice, efficiency and respect CT5 Trasversal Competencies Independent user level in a foreign language (english) CE27 CE28 Specific Competencies To know the structure of basic cell components: membrane, cytoskeleton, cell wall, organelles.., cell cycle and its regulation To understand basic physico-chemical process taking place in a cell, as well as cell communication mechanisms for unicellular and multicellular organisms. 3

4 2.- LEARNING OUTCOMES: Learning outcomes To understand cell structure as a whole, and each individual organelle, relating biomolecule structure with its function To understand metabolic processes dealing with energy To understand cell cycle and its regulation To handle optical microscope for cell and tissue identification 5. LEARNING ACTIVITIES 1.- DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS` ASSIGNMENT: Total hours of the course 180 Name On-campus hours AF1 Seminar and workshops 73 AF2 Lab 14 AF3 Tutorship (group/individual) 4 TOTAL Contact Hours 91 Name Not oncampus hours AF9 Self student work DESCRIPTION OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES: Activity AF1 Seminars and workhsops AF4 Practice AF3 Tutorship Definition Learning activity oriented preferably to the competence of acquisition of knowledge. Priority is given to the transmission of knowledge and to the ability of gathering, interpreting, and judging information and relevant data with the previous preparation or later study from the student. Learning activity oriented preferably to the competence of application of knowledge and representative of subjects or practical activities (labs, radio studies, TV studies and/or any other proper space). Learning activity where the student develops his or her study in an autonomous way working with formative materials with support of the teacher 6. ASSESMENT OF LEARNING 4

5 1.- CLASS ATTENDANCE: In order to be eligible for examination by continuous assessment students must attend at least 75% of scheduled class time (attendance sheets will be used). As students may be absent 25% of the classes, no attenuating circumstances will be accepted for absences. 100% attendance at practical classes is required. 2.- ASSESMENT SYSTEM AND CRITERIA: ORDINARY EXAMINATION (continuous assessment) Name Percentage SE1 Written Exam (midterm) 60% SE1 Written Exams (final) 40% RE-TAKE EXAM/EXTRAORDINARY EXAMINATION Name Percentage SE1 Written exam 100% 3.- DESCRIPTION OF ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: Assesment criteria SE1 Written Exam Definition Tests, short questions, essay questions, exercises, practical cases or legal questions, 7. COURSE PROGRAMME 1.- COURSE PROGRAMME: THEORETICAL: UNIT 1. INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY Lesson 1. What is Biology?. An overview on the science of the life. From cell to biosphere. Lesson 2. Evolution: Concepts and overview. Phylogeny and systematics. The tree of life. Biological Diversity. UNIT 2. CHEMISTRY OF LIFE Lesson 3. The Chemistry of life. The water. Lesson 4. Structure and function of macromolecules. Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids. WORKSHOP 1. BIOMOLECULES UNIT 3. CELL BIOLOGY 5

6 Lesson 5. The cell. Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells. General structure of Eukaryotic cell. The nuclei. Biological membranes. Endomembrane systems. Nuclear envelope. Structure and function of organelles: Endoplasmic reticulum; Golgi apparatus; Lysosomes; Peroxisomes; Mitochondrion; Cytoskeleton. Extracellular elements. Lesson 6. The Prokaryotic cell. Biology of Prokaryotes. Other microorganisms: Viruses, Protista and fungi. Biology and diversity Lesson 7. Cell Communication. Signal recognition, transduction and response. WORKSHOP 2. THE CELL UNIT 4. ENERGETICS Lesson 8. Photosynthesis as the energy input to life. Light reactions, Calvin cycle. Plant Cytological and morphological structures to hold the process. Lesson 9. Introduction to cell metabolism. Bioenergetics. Energetic molecules. Respiration. Catabolic pathways. Glycolysis. Citric acid cycle. ATP performs work. Fermentation. Connections of glycolysis and Citric acid cycle to other metabolic pathways WORKSHOP 3. ENERGETICS UNIT 5. GENETICS Lesson 10. Chromatin structure. The cell cycle. Mitotic phase. Interphase. Regulation of the cell cycle. Apoptosis and necrosis. Lesson 11. Sexual reproduction. Meiosis, gamete formation. Lesson 12. Mendelian genetics. Inheritance rules. Chromosomic and molecular basis of inheritance. PRACTICAL WORK PROGRAMME: 1. The Microscope. Handling of the microscope. Observation of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells; structural differences. 2. Preparation of microbiological, plant and animal samples for microscope observation 3. Study of mitosis. 8. RECOMMENDED READING 1.- ESSENTIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY: Biological Science, Scott Freeman Editorial Pearson, 4th Edition. ISBN-13: Fundamentos de Biología, Scott Freeman, Kim Quillin, Lizabeth Allison. Editorial Pearson, 5ª Edición. ISBN ADDITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY: Molecular Biology of the Cell Bruce Alberts et al. 5ª Ed. Garland Science (Taylor & Francis Group). ISBN-13: , ISBN: Biología H. Curtis, S. Barnes. 7ª Ed. Panamericana ISBN: Biología Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece. 7ª Edición. Editorial Panamericana ISBN

7 4.- WEB RESOURCES : REGULATIONS 9. ATTITUDE IN THE CLASSROOM Any irregular act of academic integrity (no reference to cited sources, plagiarism of work or inappropriate use of prohibited information during examinations) or signing the attendance sheet for fellow students not present in class will result in the student not being eligible for continuous assessment and possibly being penalized according to the University regulations. 7

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