|Course code: 503107||Subject title: BIOLOGY|
|Credits: 6||Type of subject: Mandatory||Year: 1||Period: 2º S|
|MORAN JUEZ, JOSE FERNANDO (Resp)||LARRAINZAR RODRIGUEZ, ESTIBALIZ|
Introduction to Biology. Cytology and Histology. Evolution and Biodiversity. Regulation and functioning of the organisms.
R1- To identify the diversity of living organisms and their evolutionary relationships.
R2- To identify the major groups of animals and plants and their agroganaderas implications.
R3- To learn the structures forming plant an animal organisms and their regulation and functions.
R4- To identify and use sources of information in the field of biology.
R5- To use basic laboratory equipment, with particular emphasis on microscopy
RESULTADOS APRENDIZAJE ENAEE:
ENAEE-2: Una comprensión sistemática de los conceptos y aspectos clave de su rama de ingeniería.
ENAEE-21: Reconocer la necesidad y tener la capacidad para desarrollar voluntariamente el aprendizaje continuo.
Programming and Training activities
|Formative Activity Type||contact hours||Non-contact hours|
|A-2 Participatory and directed class activity||6||9|
|A-4 Theoretical and practical work||6||18|
|A-5 Evaluation Activities||3|
|Formative Activity Type||Description of Competition to acquire||Related competences|
|A-1||To understand, know and synthesize knowledge||CG2, CE8|
|A-2||To solve problems manually and with simulations. Individual or small group discussion.||CG2, CE8, CT4, CT6|
|A-3||To understand operation of equipment, specifications and documentation. Making designs, check them, submit individual presentation or in small groups||CG2, CE8|
|A-4||To search and process information. To generate documentation. To work in groups. To present results individually or in small groups.||CT4, CE8, CB1|
English. Some of the supplementary texts may be in Spanish
|Learning Results||Evaluation system||Relative importance(%)||Possibility to retake|
|R1, R2, R3, R4, R5||Attendance at the sessions. Intervention and contributions at the classroom. Professor´s personal notebook||5%||No|
|R1, R2, R3, R4, R5||Ability to use the knowledge in the development of personal or group works. Quality of presentations.||35%||No|
|R1, R2, R3, R4, R5||Knowledge of concepts, and skills. Written exam to test the acquisition of the concepts||60%||Si|
- Biodiversity. Principles of Evolution.
- Cell biology: the cell and its limits. The intracellular environment: internal membranes and organelles. Cytoplasmic organelles. The interphase nucleus. Cell reproduction. - Plant and Animal Histology.
- Foundations of embryology.
- Classification and characteristics of animals and plants within the living organisms.
- Regulation and function of plant and animal organisms. - Implications of plants and animals in agricultural production and in the environment.
Item 1 -. Introduction to Biology.
Systematic thinking. The scientific method (the strength of the experimental evidence).
Levels of biological organization
The unit of life. The cell theory.
The nature of biological research.
Water, bioelements and biomolecules.
Item 2 -. Structure and functions of cells.
Limits of the cells: membrane walls.
Prokaryotes and eukaryotes: the nucleus.
The interior of the cell (organelles).
Interaction between cells.
Plant and animal Histology.
Introduction to bioenergetics and metabolism. Enzymes. Photosynthesis and respiration.
Item 3 -. Principles of inheritance and cellular reproduction.
Cell reproduction: mitosis, meiosis, sexual reproduction, variability. Inheritance.
Expression and gene control: Replication, transcription, translation, and the gene expression control.
The execution of a genetic program: development.
Item 4 -. Evolution and Biodiversity.
The origin of life on Earth
Generation of diversity and natural selection.
Classification of animal and vegetable organisms. Acellular forms.
Domains and Kingdoms: diversification of life.
Genetic basis of the evolutionary process. Speciation. Relationships between species. Symbiosis.
Item 5 -. Common challenges of multicellular organisms adapted to the terrestrial environment.
Growth and development.¿ Conservation of water and solute balance.
Maintenance of the internal environment (homeostasis). Regulation and functioning in animals and plants.
The perception of changes in the environment and resources and responses to threats.
Coordination in multicellular organisms.
Item 6 -. Implications of plants and animals in agricultural production and the environment.
Biological science Freeman, Quillin, Allison, 5th edition.
Editorial: Harlow (England) : Pearson Education, 
Biology / Neil A. Campbell ... [et al.]. (2008)
Publisher: San Francisco (CA) ; Madrid [etc.] : Pearson : Benjamin Cummings,
Essential biology / Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece. (2001)
Publisher: San Francisco (Calif.) ; Madrid [etc.] : Benjamin/Cummings,
Study Guide for Biological Science /Scott Freeman ¿[et al.] (2013)
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings 5th edition
It will be held at the Public University of Navarra. The classroom for lectures at ¿Aulario¿ building will be designated by the ETSIA website. Also, laboratories and facilities at the buildings ¿Los Olivos¿ (ETSIA) and ¿El Sario¿ will be used. The specific locations where to develop each of the activities will be published at the beginning of the course through ¿Miaulario¿ website.