20410101-1 - BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1

The course provides the basic knowledge of the biology of the different living groups (bacteria, algae, yeasts and other fungi, lichens, higher plants, animals) that are of importance in the food industry, tracing morphological, structural, metabolic, evolutionary and ecological. In exercises will be shown the peculiar elements and characterize the various taxa.

SAVO VALENTINA

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Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

Canali

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.

SAVO VALENTINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 20410101-1 BIOLOGIA I - MODULO 1 in Scienze e Culture Enogastronomiche L-26 SAVO VALENTINA

Programme

THE COURSE IS ORGANIZED IN THREE PARTS.
AN INTRODUCTORY PART, DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND RELATED CLASSIFICATION. FIRST LIFE FORMS AND THEIR SPECIATION CONNECTED TO EVOLUTION PROCESSES. PROKARYOTIC AND EUKARYOTIC CELLS. ANIMAL AND PLANT CELLS. LIFE IN AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS.

A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE PLANT WORLD DURING WHICH THE FOLLOWING TOPICS WILL BE TAUGHT:
ALGAE, FUNGI, LICHENS AND BRYOPHYTA: THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. VASCULAR PLANTS (PTERIDOPHYTA, GYMNOSPERMS, ANGIOSPERMS): THEIR MORPHOLOGY, TAXONOMY AND ECOLOGY. BASIC INFORMATION ON THE USE OF SEVERAL SPECIES ACROSS THESE TAXONOMICAL GROUPS AS A SOURCE OF FOOD. INTRODUCTION TO THE FOOD USE OF SOME WILD PLANT SPECIES. INTRODUCTION TO THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF SOME PLANT-BASED FOODS.
A TAXONOMIC AND APPLICATIVE PART RELATED TO THE ANIMAL WORLD (MODULE II)

Core Documentation

SOLOMON P., MARTIN C.E., MARTIN D.W., BERG L.R. BIOLOGIA. VII EDIZIONE. EDISES SRL, NAPOLI - ISBN 9788879599405

Office Hours: every day of the week by appointment by email: valentina.savo@uniroma3.it


Type of delivery of the course

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Attendance

THE COURSE ENTAILS FRONTAL AND LAB LESSONS. DURING THE FRONTAL LESSONS, THEORETICAL CONCEPTS ARE EXPLAINED USING CLASS DISCUSSIONS AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS. IN THE LAB, STUDENTS ARE ABLE TO OBSERVE (WITH A MICROSCOPY OR STEREOMICROSCOPY) THE ORGANISMS BELONGING TO THE DIFFERENT TAXA AND PREPARE TEMPORARY DISSECTIONS AND PREPARATIONS. THE COURSE INCLUDES ALSO DIDACTIC VISITS TO PUBLIC AND/OR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.

Type of evaluation

THE WRITTEN TEST COMPRISES 30 OPEN OR MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS ON GENERAL TOPICS OR ON SPECIFIC BOTANICAL OR ZOOLOGICAL TOPICS. EACH CORRECT QUESTION IS EVALUATED 1 POINT, WHILE PARTIALLY CORRECT QUESTIONS ARE EVALUATED AS FRACTIONS OF POINTS. THE STUDENT PASSES THE WRITTEN TEST IF HIS/HER FINAL SCORE IS 18/30 OR HIGHER. THE ORAL EXAM CONSISTS OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS ON THE TOPICS OF THE PROGRAM AND THE FINAL GRADE IS CALCULATED AS THE AVERAGE BETWEEN THE SCORE OF THE WRITTEN TEST AND THE ORAL EXAM. DURING THE COURSE, STUDENTS ARE ASKED TO COMPLETE SOME ASSIGNMENTS ON SOME TOPICS EXPLORED DURING THE CLASSES OF THE WEEK AS A WAY TO STIMULATE STUDENTS TO STUDY REGULARLY AND DEEPEN THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SOME KEY CONCEPTS.