Forensic Sci.

Animal and Plant Biology2

Biologia Animal e Vegetal

Curse code:8059125

Isabel Maria Corrêa Calvente De Barahona

Learning outcomes of the curricular unit:

Consolidate the general ideas about the characteristics and functioning of living systems, and in particular the functioning of the simplest living system – the cell, at molecular level. Understand and know the evolution, taxonomy and systematics of living beings.
Learn to identify and characterize the living beings, in particular those with the greatest importance to the forensic sciences, especially bacteria, motile cells, fungi, animals and plants.
Promote the development of capacities of observation and systematization through experiments of colonization of organic matter in putrefaction, plant identification and elaboration of a herbarium of plants.

Syllabus:
  1. Principles of organization and cell function.
  2. Molecular genetics.
  3. Classification and nomenclature of different kingdoms.
  4. Evolution and biodiversity.
  5. Reproduction.
  6. Processes of adaptation to the environment.
 
Suggested Bibliography:
  • Lodish H, Berk A, Kaiser CA, Krieger M, Bretscher A, Ploegh H, Amon A & Martin KC (2016) Molecular Cell Biology, 8th ed., W.H. Freeman and Company, New York. ISBN-13: 978-1464183393
  • Hickman C, Keen S, Larson A & Eisenhour D (2010) Integrated Principles of Zoology, 15th ed., McGraw-Hill. ISBN-13: 978-0073040509
  • Gunn A (2006) Essential Forensic Biology, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. ISBN-13: 978-0-470-02889-6
  • Franco JÁ & Afonso MLR (1984-2003) Nova Flora de Portugal (Continente e Açores), Livro Escolar (Vols. 2, 3). ISBN: 972-592-081-3 / ISBN: 972-592-081-3 / ISBN: 972-592-104-6 / ISBN: 972-592-154-2
  • Lidon FJC, Gomes HP & Abrantes ACS (2005) Plantas de Portugal. Evolução e Taxonomia, Escolar Editora, Lisboa. ISBN-10: 972-592-178-X

 

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