|FACULTY||AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES & FORESTRY|
|LEVEL OF STUDIES||Undergraduate|
|COURSE TITLE||Molecular Biology|
|INDIVINDUAL TEACHING ACTIVITIES||WEEKLY TEACHING HOURS||ECTS|
|Lectures and Exercises||5||5|
|COURSE TYPE:||Basic Optional|
|LESSON OFFERED TO ERASMUS STUDENTS||Yes|
- LEARNING RESULTS
|The main goal of the course is to provide the students with a concise review of the molecular biology of plants and microorganisms like fungi, bacteria and viruses.
|By the end of the course the students are expected to be able to grasp basic molecular cell functions as well as topics related with the structure and function of genetic material, i.e. DNA and RNA.
- COURSE CONTENT
|Structure and content of genomes, DNA replication, transcription and translation of genetic information, regulation of gene expression.
- INFORMATIVE AND LEARNING EVALUATION METHODS
|WAY OF TEACHING||In classroom presentations and theoretical exercises|
|USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES||ICT use (power point)|
|TEACHING ORGANIZATION||Activity||Amount of activity in Semester|
(25 hours per credit unit)
|Final written exams|
- RECOMMENDED BIBLIOGRAPHY
|1. Lewin B., “Genes VIII”
2. Watson James, Baker Tania, Bell Stephen, Gunn Alexander, Levine Michael, Richard Losick, “Molecular Biology of the Gene”