ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES IN BIOLOGY

Course ID: BBI-SE>TECHLAB
Course title: ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES IN BIOLOGY
Semester: Spring
ECTS: 2
Lectures/Classes: 15 / 15 hours
Field of study: Bioinformatics
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: optional
Prerequisites:
Contact person: dr Monika Kowalska-Góralska
Short description: Knowledge of methods of analytical material of biological origin.
Full description: The course includes discussion of the existing analytical techniques in biological research and take into account the biotic components (plants and animals) and abiotic components (water, sediments, soil) environment. Within the classes are conducted fieldwork to collect research material originating from the environment, and laboratory classes in order to carry out analyzes of the samples taken.
Bibliography: 1. Handbook of Environmental Analysis: Chemical Pollutants in Air, Water, Soil, and Solid Wastes, Second Edition, Pradyot Patnaik 2010 by CRC Press ISBN 9781420065817 2. Extraction Methods for Environmental Analysis 1st Edition, John R. Dean, 1998, John Willey and Sons, England, ISBN-13: 978-0471982876 3. Ecological Water Quality - Water Treatment and Reuse, Kostas Voudouris, ISBN 978-953-51-0508-4, InTech, Chapters published, 2012 4. Handbook of Inland Aquatic Ecosystem Management, Sven Erik Jorgensen, Jose Galizia Tundisi, Takako Matsumura Tundisi, 2012, CRC Press ISBN 9781439845257
Learning outcomes: Knowledge: He has knowledge of the basic techniques and tools applied research in biology to conduct experiments BI_W15, Knowledge of basic categories conceptual and terminology of biological and chemical BI_W11, Understand phenomena and chemical processes and Biochemical in living organisms BI_W06 Skills: Performs observations and performs in the field or Basic laboratory measurements of biological BI_U08, Isolated perform simple tasks or research expertise in the field of biology at the guidance of a tutor and as part of group work BI_U06,Apply the basic techniques and research tools biology BI_U02 Social competences: Able to interact and work in a group, taking in different roles BI_K02, It is aware of the diversity of plants and animals and the responsibility for its preservation by protecting the environment BI_K04, Can properly determine priorities for implementation set by themselves or other tasks BI_K03
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: Completion of the course: students holding a valid credit Exercise pass a written test of the lectures (20 questions). Assessment takes 45 minutes. If the test is not included in the first term the student has the right again cautioned him orally or in writing within retake.

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