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COURSE DESCRIPTION
26523 - BOTANY (2015-16)

Code26523
Crdts. ECTS.6


Departments and Areas
DepartmentsAreaFace-to-face theoretical creditsface-to-face practical creditsDept. Respons.Report Respos.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND NATURAL RESOURCESBOTANICS11,4
MARINE SCIENCES AND APPLIED BIOLOGYBOTANICS00


Study Programme sin which they are taught
DEGREE IN MARINE SCIENCES
DEGREE IN BIOLOGY


Subject context 2015-16

Botany is a compulsory subject in the Formative Key Module of the Degree in Biology, whose primary goal is to provide students a complete picture of the different groups of plant organisms: algae, fungi and plants. Consequently, Botany has always been considered as one of the basic pillars of the degree, proving essential not only for future biologists to gain a complete picture of the overall complexity of the plant organisms and systems -and the evolutionary processes in which they are involved-, but also to enable them to understand and successfully cope with other biological matters to be addressed within the next semesters.


Botany aims to provide students the basic tools for the better knowledge of plant world as a whole. Plant organisms, due to their biodiversity and biomass in terrestrial and marine ecosystems, are of paramount importance in almost all environments, not only as primary producers but as sustenance and support for other groups of living being, with which they constantly interact in ecosystems. The course begins with an overview of this discipline, by recalling and expanding some of the aspects studied in previous semesters. The subsequent study of the basic morphology of vegetative and reproductive plant structures is the principal part of the subject, they always being focused from evolutionary and adaptive perspectives. Furthermore, the study of vegetation and landscape is undertaken in the final part of the course, which will facilitate to study relationships of plant organisms among themselves and with the environment.


The location of this subject in the First semester of the Second course (year) of the Biology degree will provide the student an easier comprehension of the basics of Botany, as other subjects will have already been studied that are basic for a correct understanding of botanical matters. Furthermore, students will be able to deepen with agility and solvency in the particular contents of Botany, allowing them to reach the competences own of the subject. However, it has to be properly coordinated with the rest of subjects of both the Degree and the Second course to ensure proper acquirement of generic skills of the module. In particular, Botany is basic to deal with solvency enough the subject Plant biodiversity, which complements it in the Second semester of the Second course.


Summarizing, Botany provides the basic knowledge to successfully cope with some of the matters and subjects of the degree that are tenable at the following semesters, as well as for the development of the professional activity of the future Graduate in Biology, according with the specific competencies conferred by the Spanish Official College of Biologists (COB).



Lecturer in charge
CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO


Lecturers (2015-16)
Group Lecturer
TEORIA DE 265231BORDERA SANJUAN, SANTIAGO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 2BORDERA SANJUAN, SANTIAGO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 3BORDERA SANJUAN, SANTIAGO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523C1ALONSO VARGAS, MARIA ANGELES
PROFESOR/A CONTRATADO/A DOCTOR/A
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 C2DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 C3DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 C4MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 C5DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 C6DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 C7RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 C8ALONSO VARGAS, MARIA ANGELES
PROFESOR/A CONTRATADO/A DOCTOR/A
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 C9CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523L1CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L2CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L3CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L4DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L5CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  MARTÍNEZ AZORIN, MARIO
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 L6DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 L7DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L8CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  DE LA TORRE GARCIA, ANTONIO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
  RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 L9.1PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
 L9.2CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
  PEREZ BOTELLA, JOAN
PROFESOR/A ASOCIADO/A LOU
SEMINARI / TEÒRIC I PRÀCTIC DE 26523S1CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
 S2RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 S3CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
TUTORIES GRUPALS DE 26523T1CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
 T2RIOS RUIZ, SEGUNDO
PROFESOR/A TITULAR DE UNIVERSIDAD
 T3CRESPO VILLALBA, MANUEL BENITO
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD


Students registered (2015-16)
Group (*)Number
1: TEORIA DE 26523 58
2: TEORIA DE 26523 59
(ARA): TEORIA DE 26523 29
TOTAL 146


Registration groups (2015-16)
Group (*)SemesterSessionLanguageDistribution
1  (TEORIA DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF A to NIF M
2  (TEORIA DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF N to NIF Z
3  (TEORIA DE 26523) 1er. D ANG from NIF A to NIF Z
C1  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF A to NIF C
C2  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF D to NIF F
C3  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF G to NIF J
C4  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF K to NIF M
C5  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF N to NIF Q
C6  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF R to NIF T
C7  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF V to NIF X
C8  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF Y to NIF Z
C9  (PRACTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO DE 26523) 1er. D ANG from NIF A to NIF Z
L1  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF A to NIF C
L2  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF D to NIF F
L3  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF G to NIF J
L4  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF K to NIF M
L5  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF N to NIF Q
L6  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF R to NIF T
L7  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF V to NIF X
L8  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T CAS from NIF Y to NIF Z
S1  (SEMINARI / TEÒRIC I PRÀCTIC DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF A to NIF M
S2  (SEMINARI / TEÒRIC I PRÀCTIC DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF N to NIF Z
S3  (SEMINARI / TEÒRIC I PRÀCTIC DE 26523) 1er. D ANG from NIF A to NIF Z
T1  (TUTORIES GRUPALS DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF A to NIF M
T2  (TUTORIES GRUPALS DE 26523) 1er. D CAS from NIF N to NIF Z
T3  (TUTORIES GRUPALS DE 26523) 1er. D ANG from NIF A to NIF Z
L9.1  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T ANG from NIF A to NIF M
L9.2  (PRACTICAS DE LABORATORIO DE 26523) 1er. T ANG from NIF N to NIF Z
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 3:3(ARA) - ANG
(*) C1:C1 - CAS
(*) C2:C2 - CAS
(*) C3:C3 - CAS
(*) C4:C4 - CAS
(*) C5:C5 - CAS
(*) C6:C6 - CAS
(*) C7:C7 - CAS
(*) C8:C8 - CAS
(*) C9:C9(ARA) - ANG
(*) L1:L1 - CAS
(*) L2:L2 - CAS
(*) L3:L3 - CAS
(*) L4:L4 - CAS
(*) L5:L5 - CAS
(*) L6:L6 - CAS
(*) L7:L7 - CAS
(*) L8:L8 - CAS
(*) S1:S1 - CAS
(*) S2:S2 - CAS
(*) S3:S3(ARA) - ANG
(*) T1:T1 - CAS
(*) T2:T2 - CAS
(*) T3:T3(ARA) - ANG
(*) L9.1:L9.1(ARA) - ANG
(*) L9.2:L9.2(ARA) - ANG


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Timetable (2015-16)
ModeGroup (*)Starting dayEnding dayDayStarting hourEnding hourLecture room 
THEORY CLASS 1 14/09/2015 18/09/2015 M 15:00 16:00 0007PB077 
  1 14/09/2015 18/09/2015 J 17:00 18:00 0007PB077 
  1 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  1 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 13/10/2015 01/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 13/10/2015 01/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  1 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 09/11/2015 12/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 09/11/2015 12/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  1 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  1 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 V 17:00 18:00 A2/0D02 
  1 23/11/2015 06/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  1 23/11/2015 06/12/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  2 14/09/2015 20/09/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 14/09/2015 20/09/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0D03 
  2 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  2 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 13/10/2015 01/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 13/10/2015 01/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  2 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 09/11/2015 15/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 09/11/2015 15/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  2 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  2 16/11/2015 22/11/2015 V 17:00 18:00 A2/0D03 
  2 23/11/2015 06/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  2 23/11/2015 06/12/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  3 14/09/2015 20/09/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 14/09/2015 20/09/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 21/09/2015 04/10/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 05/10/2015 11/10/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 13/10/2015 18/10/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 13/10/2015 18/10/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 19/10/2015 25/10/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 19/10/2015 25/10/2015 V 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 26/10/2015 01/11/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 26/10/2015 01/11/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 02/11/2015 08/11/2015 V 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 09/11/2015 19/11/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 09/11/2015 19/11/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  3 21/11/2015 06/12/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  3 21/11/2015 06/12/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
FIELD WORK PRACTICALS C1 23/10/2015 23/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C1 06/11/2015 06/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C2 02/10/2015 02/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C2 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C3 16/10/2015 16/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C3 06/11/2015 06/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C4 02/10/2015 02/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C4 06/11/2015 06/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C5 02/10/2015 02/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C5 27/11/2015 27/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C6 23/10/2015 23/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C6 27/11/2015 27/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C7 23/10/2015 23/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C7 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C8 16/10/2015 16/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C8 27/11/2015 27/11/2015 V 09:00 13:00 9901CALLE 
  C9 16/10/2015 16/10/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
  C9 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 09:00 14:00 9901CALLE 
GROUP TUTORIALS T1 10/09/2015 10/09/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  T1 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  T1 10/12/2015 10/12/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0D02 
  T2 10/09/2015 10/09/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  T2 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  T2 10/12/2015 10/12/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0D03 
  T3 10/09/2015 10/09/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
  T3 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0A22 
  T3 10/12/2015 10/12/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
LAB PRACTICALS L1 16/10/2015 16/10/2015 V 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L1 21/10/2015 21/10/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L1 29/10/2015 29/10/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L1 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L1 11/11/2015 11/11/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L1 19/11/2015 19/11/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 14/10/2015 14/10/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 21/10/2015 21/10/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 28/10/2015 28/10/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 04/11/2015 04/11/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 12/11/2015 12/11/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L2 18/11/2015 18/11/2015 X 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L3 15/10/2015 15/10/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L3 23/10/2015 23/10/2015 V 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L3 30/10/2015 30/10/2015 V 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L3 05/11/2015 05/11/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L3 11/11/2015 11/11/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L3 19/11/2015 19/11/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L4 14/10/2015 14/10/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L4 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L4 28/10/2015 28/10/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L4 03/11/2015 03/11/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L4 09/11/2015 09/11/2015 L 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L4 17/11/2015 17/11/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L5 13/10/2015 13/10/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L5 20/10/2015 20/10/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L5 30/10/2015 30/10/2015 V 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L5 03/11/2015 03/11/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L5 10/11/2015 10/11/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L5 18/11/2015 18/11/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L6 13/10/2015 13/10/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L6 20/10/2015 20/10/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L6 27/10/2015 27/10/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L6 04/11/2015 04/11/2015 X 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L6 09/11/2015 09/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L6 17/11/2015 17/11/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 16/10/2015 16/10/2015 V 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 23/10/2015 23/10/2015 V 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 29/10/2015 29/10/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 06/11/2015 06/11/2015 V 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 12/11/2015 12/11/2015 J 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L7 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L8 15/10/2015 15/10/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L8 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L8 27/10/2015 27/10/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L8 06/11/2015 06/11/2015 V 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L8 10/11/2015 10/11/2015 M 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L8 20/11/2015 20/11/2015 V 11:00 14:00 0004PB008 
  L9.1 13/10/2015 13/10/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.1 19/10/2015 19/10/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.1 26/10/2015 26/10/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.1 02/11/2015 02/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.1 09/11/2015 09/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.1 16/11/2015 16/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 13/10/2015 13/10/2015 M 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 19/10/2015 19/10/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 26/10/2015 26/10/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 02/11/2015 02/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 09/11/2015 09/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
  L9.2 16/11/2015 16/11/2015 L 18:30 21:30 0004PB008 
THEORETICAL/PRACTICAL SEMINAR / WORKSHOP S1 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0D02 
  S1 15/12/2015 15/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  S1 17/12/2015 17/12/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  S1 21/12/2015 21/12/2015 L 16:00 17:00 A2/0D02 
  S1 22/12/2015 22/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D02 
  S2 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 17:00 18:00 A2/0D03 
  S2 15/12/2015 15/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  S2 17/12/2015 17/12/2015 J 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  S2 21/12/2015 21/12/2015 L 16:00 17:00 A2/0D03 
  S2 22/12/2015 22/12/2015 M 15:00 16:00 A2/0D03 
  S3 22/10/2015 22/10/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  S3 15/12/2015 15/12/2015 M 17:00 18:00 A2/0A22 
  S3 17/12/2015 17/12/2015 J 15:00 16:00 A2/0A22 
  S3 21/12/2015 21/12/2015 L 17:00 18:00 A2/0A22 
  S3 22/12/2015 22/12/2015 M 16:00 17:00 A2/0A22 
(*) CLASE TEÓRICA
 1: 1 - CAS
 2: 2 - CAS
 3: 3(ARA) - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS - TRABAJOS DE CAMPO
 C1: C1 - CAS
 C2: C2 - CAS
 C3: C3 - CAS
 C4: C4 - CAS
 C5: C5 - CAS
 C6: C6 - CAS
 C7: C7 - CAS
 C8: C8 - CAS
 C9: C9(ARA) - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 L1: L1 - CAS
 L2: L2 - CAS
 L3: L3 - CAS
 L4: L4 - CAS
 L5: L5 - CAS
 L6: L6 - CAS
 L7: L7 - CAS
 L8: L8 - CAS
(*) SEMINARIO / TEÓRICO-PRÁCTICO / TALLER
 S1: S1 - CAS
 S2: S2 - CAS
 S3: S3(ARA) - ANG
(*) TUTORIES GRUPALS
 T1: T1 - CAS
 T2: T2 - CAS
 T3: T3(ARA) - ANG
(*) PRÁCTICAS DE LABORATORIO
 L9.1: L9.1(ARA) - ANG
 L9.2: L9.2(ARA) - ANG


Degree course competences (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master's degrees)

DEGREE IN BIOLOGY

Generic Degree Course Competences
  • CG1: Develop capacity for analysis, synthesis and critical reasoning.
  • CG3: Solve problems effectively.
  • CG4: Show capacity for teamwork.
  • CG5: Commitment to ethics and the values of equality, as well as social responsibility as a citizen and as a professional.
  • CG6: Learn autonomously.
  • CG10: Develop knowledge-based critical attitudes.

Generic UA Competences
  • CGUA2: Express oneself correctly, both orally and in writing, in either of the official languages of the Region of Valencia.

Specific Competences:

    Theoretical
    • CE4: Recognise different levels of organisation in living systems.
    • CE7: Understand evolutionary mechanisms and models.
    • CE12: Understand the fundamentals of Biogeography.
    • CE19: Study animal and plant anatomy and morphology.
    • CE22: Analyse and interpret the development, growth and biological cycles of living beings.

    Specific Competences:

      Ability
      • CE36: Prepare, present and defend scientific and technical reports both in writing and orally to an audience.
      • CE37: Ability to find, analyse, understand and write scientific and technical texts.
      • CE38: Use inductive and deductive methods correctly in the field of Biology.

      DEGREE IN MARINE SCIENCES

      Specific Competences:

        Theoretical
        • CE1: Possess a basic understanding of molecular structure, genetics, cell organisation and the evolutionary processes of living beings.
        • CE7: Understand the structural and functional organisation of marine organisms and their biological diversity.
        • CE10: Understand the different adaptations (morphological, physical, conduct) of living beings in the marine environment.
        • CE14: Acquire knowledge of the different fields of application (resources, planning and management, infrastructures, etc.) of the marine sciences.

        Specific Competences:

          Ability
          • CE21: Use the necessary information and documentation for the separation, identification and cataloguing of marine organisms.
          • CE31: Prepare, present and defend scientific texts and reports both in writing and orally to an audience.


Results of learning (formative objectives)


Specific objectives provided by the teaching staff for the course 2015-16

Objectives listed in the tab of the subject (Verifica): 

 

- To recognize different organization levels of plant organisms (algae, fungi and plants).

- To discuss the main morphological features of plant organisms.

- To analyze and interpret life cycles of plant organisms.

- To understand the basics of Geobotany.

- To generate reports and talks on Botany from the information obtained in both lectures and practical classes.

 

Specific objectives recommended by lecturers:

 

 - To manage botanical terms in different languages, in relation with their Spanish and English equivalencies.

- To know the order of magnitude data are located within.

- To produce value judgments of materials and methods used for some given targets.

- To acquire abilities enough to interpret data from a plant organism, being able to classify it into a particular system.



Theoretical and practical contents 2015-16

 


Programme of Lectures


Unit 1. Introduction and general matters (4 hours)


L1. Botany: basic contents. Brief history. The domain of Botany and its relationships with other sciences. The boundaries of plant world. The plant species concept and speciation processes. Botanical nomenclature and taxonomic categories.


L2. Life modes in plant organisms. Autotrophy: photosynthetic pigments and reserve substances; taxonomic significance. Diversity and evolution of plastids. Heterotrophy: saprophytism, parasitism and symbiosis. Other mechanisms.


L3. Reproduction in plant organisms. Vegetative and spore-based propagation. Sexual reproduction: gametangia and gametes. Special cases. Life cycles: types and meaning. Nuclear phase and generations athermancy.


L4. Morphological levels of organization. Plant diversity: phylogenetic groups and lineages.


Unit 2. Level 'Protophytes' (2 hours)


L5. Structural types: coccal, monadal, coenobial, prototrichal and protocolonial. Prokaryotic Protophytes: the beginning of aerobic life. Main characteristics and organization of the first photoautotrophic organisms.


L6. Eukaryotic Protophytes: structural and morphological diversification. Special cell coatings: mucilage, pellicles, frustules, and thecae. Value and evolutionary significance.


Unit 3. Level 'Thallophytes' (4 hours)


L7. The thallus: structure and diversification. Morphologial complexity and of life cycles.


L8. Heterotrophic Thallophytes. The plasmodium and the fungal mycelium: types and modifications. The dikaryon phase: fibulation and uncinulation. Fungal fruitbodies. Case study: parasitic fungi, mycorrhizae, and lichen symbiosis.


L9. Autotrophic Tallophytes. Evolutionary lineages and phylogenetic relationships: brown, red and green algae. Modes of cell division, metabolic pathways and mobile cells in Chlorophytes. Case study: Charophytes as precursors to land plants.


Unit 4. Level 'Protocormophytes' (2 hours)


L10. Terrestrial environment: adaptations to hostile conditions. Origin of land plants: antithetic and homologous theories. Antheridium and archegonium: characteristics and evolution. The embryo: evolutionary significance.


L11. Bryophytes: the poikilohydric lifestyle and the cycle with dominant gametophyte. Basic corporal model: rhizoid, caulidium and phyllidium. The parasitic sporophyte. Origin and evolution of bryophythes: structural changes in lineages.


Unit 5. Level 'Cormophytes' (10 hours)


L12. Vascular plants: Tracheophytes or Cormophytes: the homeohydric lifestyle and the cycle with dominant sporophyte. Morphology of cormus: roots, stems and leaves. Theories on the origin and evolution of cormus. Root types and modifications. Stem types and modifications. Leaf types and modifications.


L13. Non-seed Cormophytes. Isospory and heterospory: microsporangium and macrosporangium. Types of gametophytes: endosporic and exosporic development. Evolutionary lineages: licophytic and monilophytic ferns.


L14. Seed plants: gymnosperms and angiosperms. Pollen and pollination agents. The ovule primordium and the megaspore. Development of gametophytes and fertilization. Double and simple fertilization.


L15. From the gymnosperm strobile to the angiosperm flower. Floral whorls (verticils): perianth, androecium and gynoecium. Floral diagrams and formulas. Origin and evolution of flower. Inflorescences: types and inter-relationships.


L16. Seed development and ripening. Seminal ancillary structures. Fruit development and morphology; the pericarp. Typology of fruits and most representative examples. Infrutescences. Peudocarps or false fruits.


L17. Dissemination or dispersal of diaspores. Dispersal systems: anemochory, hydrochory, zoochory and autochory. Effect of anthropochory: ruderal plants and weeds. Seed germination: processes and types. Viviparism or viviparity


L18. Ecomorphology of cormus. Adaptations to water availability, soil salinity, light and temperature. Life forms or biotypes. Totally or partially heterotrophic Cormophytes: parasitic, insectivorous and humicolous plants.


Unit 6. Introduction to Geobotany (3 hours)


L19. Factors conditioning plant life. Bioclimatology: biomes and macrobioclimates of the World. Phytogeography: basis concepts. Flora: autochthonous and allochthonous plants. Floristic kingdoms of the World. Chorological sectorization of the Iberian Peninsula.


L20. Vegetation science: basic concepts. Phytosociology: the plant association. Dynamics of vegetation: plant succession and vegetation series. Phytotopography or Landscape science. Zonation and catenae.


 


Practical contents


FIELD WORK.


Two field excursions are programmed, both to be realized preferably after accomplishing lectures of the Second unit. 1. Cabo de las Huertas (4 hours). 2. Campus of San Vicente and Bosque ilustrado (5 hours).


LABORATORY PRACTICAL SESSIONS (6 sessions of 3 hours each).


PR 1. Vegetative and reproductive structures in the main groups of Algae. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of the major vegetative (morphology and anatomy) and reproductive (sexual and asexual) structures of a number of different groups of brown, red and green algae. Recognition of the principal tallophytic levels of cellular organization will also be studied from representative genera of those groups.


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.


PR 2. Vegetative and reproductive structures in fungi. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of the major vegetative (morphology and anatomy) and reproductive (sexual and asexual) structures of different groups of both macroscopic and microscopic fungi. Special emphasis will be placed on the analysis of morphological characters of macroscopic fruitful bodies (ascocarps and basidiocarps), on the basis of representative genera of Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes.


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.


PR 3. Vegetative and reproductive structures of the lichenized fungi. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of the major vegetative (morphology and anatomy) and reproductive (sexual and asexual) structures of the lichenized fungi or lichens, from representative genera of the various life forms in Ascolichenes.


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.


PR 4. Vegetative and reproductive structures in non-seed Embryophytes. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of the major vegetative structures of the Protocormophytic organization level (Protocormophytes or bryophytes). Recognition of the major reproductive structures of the most primitive land plants (archegonia and antheridia), based on examples from various families of bryophytes and ferns.


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.


PR 5. Structure of cormus: roots, stems and leaves. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of the main types of root systems, stems and leaves, on the basis of the larger groups of Cormophytes (ferns, gymnosperms, angiosperms, monocots and eudicots). In addition, the principal modifications found in these structures mainly as a response to environmental changes will also be studied, on the basis of representative genera of different families.


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.


PR 6. Reproductive structures of the seed plants: flowers, fruits and seeds. (3 hours)


Learning objectives: Identification and recognition of various types of inflorescences, floral verticils (perianth, androecium and gynoecium), fruits and seeds, from a selection of families of spermatophytes (gymnosperms and angiosperms).


Material required: binocular and light microscopes with adapted camera, computer and LCD projector, specialized literature, preserved and fresh samples.



Types of activities (2015-16)
Teaching activityMethodologyIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based hours
THEORY CLASS 2537,5
THEORETICAL/PRACTICAL SEMINAR / WORKSHOP 57,5
GROUP TUTORIALS 34,5
FIELD WORK PRACTICALS 913,5
LAB PRACTICALS 1827
TOTAL6090


Weekly development of the activities (2015-16)
WeekUnitIn-class work descriptionIn-class teaching hoursDistance-based work descriptionDistance-based hours
011

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la primera unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en la primera tutoría grupal.

3

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales.

4,5
021-2

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes al final de la primera unidad temática y comienzo de la

2

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales y en la tutoría grupal.

3
032

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes al final de la segunda unidad temática.

3

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales.

4,5
043

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la tercera unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo correspondiente a la segunda práctica de campo.

3

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales. Elaboración de informes o resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la primera práctica de campo.

4,5
05 2 3
064-5

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a las unidades temáticas tercera y cuarta. Trabajo cooperativo en la primera práctica de laboratorio.

11

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la práctica primera.

11,25
075

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en la segunda práctica de laboratorio y la segunda tutoría grupal.

6

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos, así como para resolver las cuestiones "on line" sobre los aspectos tratados en las clases presenciales, seminarios y tutorías grupales. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la práctica segunda.

11,25
085

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quuinta unidad temática.

4

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales. 

6
095

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en el tercer seminario, segunda práctica de campo y tercera práctica de laboratorio.

5

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales y en el tercer seminario. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la práctica tercera. Elaboración de eventuales informes o resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la segunda práctica de campo.

10,25
105

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en la cuarta práctica de laboratorio.

2

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la cuarta práctica.

3
115

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en el cuarto seminario.

9

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales y seminario cuarto. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la quinta práctica.

11,5
125

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en el quinto seminario y en la sexta práctica de laboratorio.

5

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales y en el quinto seminario. Resolución de cuestiones "on line" sobre la sexta práctica.

9,75
135

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la quinta unidad temática.

1

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales.

1,5
146

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la primera unidad temática. Trabajo cooperativo en la tercera tutoría grupal.

2

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales y para resolver eventuales cuestiones "on line" sobre la tercera tutoría grupal.

3
156

Trabajo individual (toma de apuntes, notas, etc.) sobre las sesiones de teoría correspondientes a la primera sexta unidad temática.

2

Trabajo individual para consolidar y ampliar los contenidos teóricos tratados en las clases presenciales.

3
TOTAL60 90


Evaluation Tools and Criteria 2015-16

Comments:

Student presence in any activity of the subject (as a part of the continuous evaluation, which equals 50% of the final grade) is not mandatory, although it is extremely convenient. Practical classes (laboratory and fieldwork), seminars and tutorials will only be scored if students have previously attended those sessions in evaluation. Only under highly exceptional circumstances that are to be properly justified to lecturers, exceptions will be made.

In the official timetable of the course, two evaluation periods exist for the so-called Final test. In the first period of evaluation (to be performed during January) the final score will come from the sum of the percentage of the continuous evaluation (50 %) plus the percentage of the final control (50 % ), provided that the latter have gained 4 points out of the possible maximum 10 points (which means the students have passed thus 20% of the subject). As part of the continuous evaluation several written short tests (partials) will be carried out which will cover the entire theory matter studied up to that time (not matter is released in each one). Furthermore, in the practical sessions written tests or resolution of problems will also be carried out, which will be global every time. The final score of the continuous evaluation will be calculated by the sum of parts it is composed of, each with the percentage indicated above.

In the extraordinary period of evaluation (to be performed in July), students will be able to recover all parts of the subject (including the continuous evaluation), only if the single Final test in that period (which equals 100% of the grade) is passed. In this final test, students will be assessed of all matters developed during the course (lectures, laboratory and field practicals, exercises in seminars and tutorials, etc.). Therefore, students who wish to raise the score obtained in the period of regular evaluation will be able to try, though they will warn previously -always prior to the closure of the proceedings of this first period- the responsible lecturer, who will arrange everything to this effect.

Once the extraordinary evaluation test is completed, none of the scorings (neither from final testing or continuous evaluation) previously obtained by those students who have not passed the whole subject until then. They must course all the activities of the subject in the following years.

Recommendations for subject recovery:

After the first evaluation period, the final score for the Final test will be determined by the direct sum of the continuous evaluation plus the final control, taking into account all the observations described above.

In the extraordinary evaluation every student can raise score in any of the parts of the continuous evaluation. For this reason, it is sufficient to overcome the single written Final test, which will include all the aspects covered in the subject during the course. In special cases, and as an exception, students affected by special circumstances will be asked for doing some additional reports or new tests to overcome any deficiencies noted during the process of continuous evaluation. The way for recovery will be specified in time when taking into account the particular circumstances concerning each particular case.

Extraordinary evaluation period (December)

A single written Final test is to be overcome in which all the aspects covered in the subject during the course (theory, laboratory and field practicals, tutorials, classroom and on-line exercises, etc.) will be included.

TypeCriteriaDescriptionWeighting
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Very specific objectives of the subject will be handled, and they will be assessed through on-line exercises or valuing the participative work in classroom. Active participation in sessions will be also evaluated.

Group tutorials5
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

These will include individual and cooperative work on videos, oral presentations, and exercises connected to theoretical/practical items. Active participation in debates and in-class presentations.

Oral presentations (Seminars)10
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Short written controls will be carried out in classroom, as well as on-line controls (the so-called `partials¿) through the appropriate tool of the virtual campus. The different controls will not eliminate matter, so that they will include all items studied until that time.

Short controls (theory)15
ACTIVITIES OF EVALUATION DURING THE SEMESTER

Practicals will be evaluated in situ, both in the field and the laboratory, or through exercises on line or the delivery of reports. A final practical test will be realized over the entire items studied.

Written controls on practical sessions20
FINAL TEST

This will include 60-90 questions (test-type control), which will deal with all activities carried out during the course: lectures, practicals (laboratory and fieldwork), tutorials, and/or seminars.

Final control50
TOTAL100


Official examination dates 2015-16
AnnouncementGroup (*)dateStarting hourEnding hourAssigned lecture room(s)Observ:
Periodo ordinario para asignaturas de primer semestre 11/01/2016 15:00 18:00 A2/0C13 
A2/0D11 
A2/0C14 
Pruebas extraordinarias para asignaturas de grado y máster 13/07/2016 14:30 17:30 A2/0B01 
A2/0A02 
** The time zone associated with the examination only refers to the reservation of the room and not the duration of the examination itself **
(*) 1:1 - CAS
(*) 2:2 - CAS
(*) 3:3(ARA) - ANG
(*) C1:C1 - CAS
(*) C2:C2 - CAS
(*) C3:C3 - CAS
(*) C4:C4 - CAS
(*) C5:C5 - CAS
(*) C6:C6 - CAS
(*) C7:C7 - CAS
(*) C8:C8 - CAS
(*) C9:C9(ARA) - ANG
(*) L1:L1 - CAS
(*) L2:L2 - CAS
(*) L3:L3 - CAS
(*) L4:L4 - CAS
(*) L5:L5 - CAS
(*) L6:L6 - CAS
(*) L7:L7 - CAS
(*) L8:L8 - CAS
(*) S1:S1 - CAS
(*) S2:S2 - CAS
(*) S3:S3(ARA) - ANG
(*) T1:T1 - CAS
(*) T2:T2 - CAS
(*) T3:T3(ARA) - ANG
(*) L9.1:L9.1(ARA) - ANG
(*) L9.2:L9.2(ARA) - ANG


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