EXAMINATION MARK A semester examination paper will be written Two examination

Examination mark a semester examination paper will be

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EXAMINATION MARK A semester examination paper will be written. Two examination opportunities are provided. A sub-minimum of 40% is required in the examination. MODULE MARK The final module mark is compiled as follows: Participation mark: 50% Examination mark: 50% Pass requirement 50%. REPEATING MODULES A maximum of two examination opportunities are provided within a period of twelve months that follows the registration of a specific module. Thereafter the particular module has to be repeated from the beginning again.
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vii MODULE OUTCOMES On completion of this module, you should be able to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the following themes: Domain Eukarya (Kingdoms Protista and Animalia); Dichotomous keys; Histology (mammalian tissue); Human Anatomy and Physiology (terminology), Cardio-vascular; Lymphatic- and Immune systems); the ability to identify and solve problems, plan activities that support a comprehensive understanding of the ideas, theories, principles and rules within the themes identified above; problem-solving skills regarding planning and presentation of lessons and practical sessions acquired within the context of theoretical themes mentioned above by using amongst others technological resources; an appreciation for the contribution of indigenous knowledge systems in pharmacological and bio-ethical issues regarding above-mentioned content and show an ethical responsible attitude regarding life sciences. MODULE PLAN Study unit 1 Introduction, taxonomy and dichotomous keys ................................ 1 1.1 Introductory remarks .............................................................................. 2 1.2 Classification of heterotrophic organisms ............................................... 2 1.3 Dichotomous keys .................................................................................. 3 Study unit 2 Heterotrophic organisms: I Kingdom Protista .................................. 6 Study unit 3 Heterotrophic organisms II: Kingdom Animalia .............................. 13 Study section 3.1 Phylum Porifera ................................................................................... 21 Study section 3.2 Phylum Cnidaria ................................................................................... 23 Study section 3.3 Phylum Platyhelminthes ....................................................................... 26 Study section 3.4 Phylum Nematoda ............................................................................... 29 Study section 3.5 Phylum Mollusca .................................................................................. 32 Study section 3.6 Phylum Annelida .................................................................................. 35 Study section 3.7 Phylum Arthropoda .............................................................................. 39 Study section 3.8 Phylum Echinodermata ........................................................................ 44 Study section 3.9 Phylum Chordata ................................................................................. 47 Study unit 4 Terminology used in human anatomy and physiology ................... 52 Study unit 5 Histology ............................................................................................ 55 Study section 5.1 Epithelial tissue .................................................................................... 58 Study section 5.2 Connective tissue ................................................................................. 63 Study section 5.3 Muscular tissue .................................................................................... 69
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