25126 Zoology (1)

Course Description

This course is the study of zoology (1) that is a primarily content – driven course.  It provides a general knowledge of the biology of lower invertebrates. The form and function representatives from the animal cell such as nucleus, protoplasm, cell membrane and architectural patterns of animals. This course are emphasizes to the morphological and physiological principles of invertebrates such as protozoa. Three hours of lecture per week. Additionally, you will be introduced to the biological science literature.

Learning Objective

  • By successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:
  •  Understand the structures and purposes of basic components of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, especially macromolecules, membranes, and organelles
  •  Taxonomically differentiate the major protozoan & animal phyla
  •  Recognize members of protozoan based on anatomical, morphological & physiological activities.
  •  Identify major evolutionary events contributing to the diversification of protozoans



Books for this Course

  • 1. Life Science,Alton Biggs,Edward Ortleb&Peter Rillero
  • 2. Biology, Miller&Levine,3rd edition

Times Offered

  • September
  • January