Technological developments have had a huge impact across all areas of applied life sciences; from health and farm production to horticulture and environmental management.
- Cell Biology
- Biochemistry I
- Biochemistry II
- Tissue Culture
- Plant Breeding or Animal Breeding
- Workshop I or Genetics
What's in the Modules?
- Introduction to Cells and Their Structure Including: what is a cell, history of cell biology; prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; cell shape and size; cell structure; the nucleus; the nucleolus; euchromatin and heterochromatin; the animal cell; the plant cell; human cells.
- Cell Chemistry Including: cell chemical composition; carbohydrates; lipids; nucleic acids; proteins; enzymes; cell membranes; golgi apparatus.
- DNA, Chromosomes and Genes Including: what is DNA, Chromosomes, Genes; DNA replication; telomeres and telomerase; genetics; case study in genetic inheritance; phenotype and genotype; gene mutations.
- Cell Division: Meiosis and Mitosis Including: Mitosis and meiosis overview; mitosis; meiosis.
- Cell Membranes Including: membranes; structure of cell membranes; movement of molecules through cell membranes; endocytosis; osmosis and filtration; hydrostatic pressure; active transport; electro-chemical gradient; nutrient and waste exhange in animal cells; mediated and non-mediated transport;.
- Protein Structure and Function Including: protein structure; fibrous proteins; globular proteins; protein organisation; primary to quaternary structure; protein function.
- Protein Synthesis Including: overview; the function of ribonucleic acid in protein synthesis; transcription and translation; initiation; elongation; termination.
- Food, Energy, Catalysis and Biosynthesis Including: sources of energy; metabolism within the cell; catabolic metabolism; anabolic metabolism; ATP movement; Kreb's cycle; production and storage of energy; energy production pathways from different foods; biosynthesis of cell molecules; mitochrondria; chloroplasts
- Intracellular Compartments, Transport and Cell Communication Including: Cell communication; endocrine signalling; paracrine signalling; autocrine signalling; cytoskeleton; actin filaments; intermediate filaments; microtubules.
- The Cell Cycle and Tissue Formation Including: the cell cycle; phases of the cell cycle; cell cycle regulation; cell death; cells to bodies; stem cells; animal tissues including muscle, connective, epithelial, nerve; blood.
- Introduction to biochemistry
- Lipids and proteins
- Enzymes and hormones
- Nucleic acids
- Carbohydrate metabolism
- Acidity and alkalinity
- Chemical analysis
- Biochemical applications
- Introduction to Biochemical Molecules
- Amino Acids
- Structure of Proteins
- Protein Dynamics
- Sugars and Polysaccharides
- Lipids (Fats) and Membranes
- Enzymes, Vitamins and Hormones
- DNA and RNA
- Laboratory Techniques
- Introduction including a review of basic plant nutrition.
- Plant Nutrients.
- The Laboratory
- Micropropagation Techniques
- Plant Hormones
- The Tissue Culture Environment
- Commercial Applications
- Taking Plants out of Culture
- Culture of Selected Species
- The Scope and Nature of the Plant Breeding Industry
- Introduction to Genetics
- Gamete Production, Pollination and Fertilisation in Plants
- Mono Hybrid and Dihybrid Inheritance in Plants
- Systematic Botany and Floral Structures
- Practical Plant Breeding Techniques
- Current Developments in Plant Genetics
- Introduction To Genetics
- Pure Breeding
- Introduction To Cross Breeding
- Cross Breeding
- Livestock Improvement
- Introduction to Genetics
- The Cell and Organelles
- Interaction between Chromosomes
- Interaction between Genes
- Genetic Chemistry (DNA and Chromosomes)
- Mutations (Genomes and Mutations)
- DNA repair and Recombination
- Developmental Genetics
- Population Genetics
- Applied Genetics
There are 3 lessons, each involving a PBL project, as follows:
1. Workplace Tools, Equipment and Materials: Identifying and describing the operation of tools and equipment used in the workplace; routine maintenance of tools and equipment; identifying and comparing materials used in the workplace; using different materials to perform workplace tasks.
2. Workplace Skills: Determining key practical skills in the workplace; identifying and comparing commonly-performed workplace tasks; determining acceptable standards for workplace tasks; implementing techniques for improving workplace efficiency.
3. Workplace Safety: Identifying health and safety risks in the workplace; complying with industry OH&S standards; developing safety guidelines for handling dangerous items.
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