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Course syllabus P15-0033-I - Molecular Physiology (FBFS - WS 2019/2020)
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
|Faculty:||Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences|
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|Applied Biology - master (required), 3. semester|
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|Prerequisites for registration:||none|
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During the semester there will be written tests with 40 points, final exam for 60 points. To obtain A evaluation must be obtained at least 93 points for the evaluation of B at least 86 points, C rating on at least 79 points for the evaluation of at least 72 points D and E on the evaluation of at least 64 points
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The aim of the course is to acquaint students with the molecular basis of functional symptoms of animal body systems. The student is able to use the knowledge for other courses in the program of Applied Biology. Graduates are able to identify the molecular mechanisms of physiological processes of individual organ systems of animals and humans.
The molecular substance of of functional systems of the body. Molecular substance of digestion and absorption, enzyme activation and their inhibition. Subcellular processes in the sensory organs, the molecular characteristics of different types of muscle function. Molecular mechanisms of conduction, action potential, neurotransmission at synapses and neurotransmitters. Effects of hormones, regulation of functional systems. Molecular physiology of organic matter transported through the cytoplasmic membrane. Molecular bases of reproduction, fertilization, cell preparation for fertilization.
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|subject is teached only winter semester|
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Assessed students in total: 105
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|Last modification:||7. 3. 2019|
|Supervisor:||prof. Ing. Norbert Lukáč, PhD. and programme supervisor|
Last modification made by Ing. Martin Mastík, PhD. on 03/07/2019.