|Degree Course||Degree course in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences [L-25] D. M. 270/2004|
|Curriculum||VERDE ORNAMENTALE - Regulations 2014|
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Following the calendar of Exams
|Recommended optional courses||Information currently not available - Italian version|
|Lecturer||Marco FORNACIARI DA PASSANO|
|Type||Basic formative activities|
Origin, evolution and functions of living organisms. The principal steps of live on earth. The principal levels of morphological organization in the plants: thallophytes, cormophytes. Morphological organization in the root, stem and leaf. Metamorphoses. The cell, characters and functions; growth and differentiation of vegetal cells; meristems and tissues. Morphological aspects of germination: embryo, organogenesis. The root, stem and leaf: anathomy and functions in monocotyledones and dycotyledones. The flowers and sexual reproduction.
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Cell wall, plastids, vacuoles. Meristems. Vegetal tissues. Plant anatomy-organography.
|Mode of delivery|
Lessons and pratical training
1. PASQUA G., ABBATE G., FORNI C., Botanica generale e Diversità vegetale, PICCIN, Padova.
2. ROMANO B., Appunti di botanica ambientale ed applicata, Margiacchi-Galeno Editrice, Perugia, 2003
3. ROMANO B., Appunti di biologia vegetale - La cellula, Margiacchi-Galeno Editrice, Perugia, 2005
4. ROMANO B., Appunti di biologia vegetale - Istologia ed Anatomia vegetale, Margiacchi- Galeno Editrice, Perugia, 2005
Knowledges (minimum 10 most important)
1. Plant cytology.
2. Nucleus and cell division.
3. Classification and function of Plastids.
4. Description and function of the vacuole.
5. Origin, function, description of the cell wall and its secondary changes.
6. Organization and function of plant tissues.
7. The Secondary Meristems and Secondary growth.
8. Anatomical organization of Plants.
9. Morphology of Plants.
10. Morphological changes of stem, root and leaves.
1. Knowledge of optical and electronic microscopies.
2. Knowledge of techniques of double staining.
3. Knowledge of techniques of cutting plant material (microtome and ultramicrotome).
4. Preparation of plant material for Cyto-histological observation.
5. Preparation of plant materials for anatomical observation.
6. Removing and observation of plant material for the morphological study.
7. Preparation of material related to morphological changes.
1. Mastery of the techniques acquired.
2. Mastery of the knowledge acquired.
October 2014 - January 2015
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Borgo XX Giugno - Monumenthal Abbey of S. Peter
|Notes||Information currently not available - Italian version|
|Consulting hours||Monday-Thursday-Friday 8:30-10.30 a.m.|
|Consulting location||c/o Apllied and Environmenthal Botany. Section of Dep. of Applied Botany. 3rd cloister 1st floor|
|ECTS code||2014 - 1596|