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Internal structure of the cell, molecules of the cell, metabolism, respiration and photosynthesis, cell-cell signaling, cell division, Mendelian inheritance, molecular biology of the gene, DNA technology, chemical signals in plants and animals, phylogeny and systematic introduction to ecosystems.
Biological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences 1.BachelorBiological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences
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Prerequisite:0304111 or concurrently
Animal and plant tissues, Mammalian circulation, immune system, gas exchange, controlling the internal environment, nervous system and motor mechanism.  Transport in plants, plant nutrition, plant reproduction and development.
Eco-distribution and adaptations of organisms, population ecology and community ecology.
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Prerequisite:0304101 or concurrently
Laboratory experiments in microscopy and cells, chemical aspects of cells, plant and animal tissues, animal and plant physiology.  Mammalian anatomy, and systematic of major living groups.
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Prerequisite:0304102
This course deals with the cell as a unit of structure of all living organisms. It includes: Cell theory. Principles and technology of microscopy, biological membranes: Ultrastructure and function and their role in controlling cellular responses to cell matrix. Intracellular compartments:  Endoplasmic reticulum, golgi complex, lysosomes and peroxisoms ultrastructure and function. Energy transformers:  Mitochondria and chloroplasts. The course concentrates also on the nuclear ultrastructure. Chromatin and DNA packaging. Nucleolus and ribosome’s biosynthesis.  Cell cycle and mechanism of cell division.  Also studies cellular junctions. Adhesions and extracellular structures.  Cell-to-substratum interactions. Transient differentiations associated with surface activity.  Motile cell processes.  Plant cell wall and plasmodesmata and bacterial cell wall.  The course investigates also the structural elements of cytoskeleton, microtubules, microfilaments and intermediate filaments ultrastructure and functions.  Cellular movement: motility and contractility and cell-to cell signaling.  The course deals also with cellular aspects of cancer, aging and death.
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Prerequisite:  0304102
Plants on our planet , the plant body, the plant cell, the tissues, the root, the stem the leaf, the flower, inflorescence, the fruit, seed and seedling, plant development, plant groups, plants and man (economic, medicinal, poisonous, ..) , climate and phytogeography.
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Prerequisite: 0304102
Introduction to the living animal continuity and evolution, principles of genetics, organic evolution, reproduction and development, diversity of animal life (structural patterns, classification and phylogeny, principles of nomenclatures); invertebrate and vertebrate animals; activity of life; behavior; animal environment and its influence on its distribution and adaptations.
Biological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences 1.BachelorBiological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences
  
Kinematics in One Dimension, Kinematics in Two Dimensions and Vectors, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Circular Motion, Work and Energy, Electric Charge and Field, Electric Potential, Electric Direct Current, Direct Current Circuits, Magnetism.
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Human knowledge and science, Nature of Human Knowledge, What is Science?, Historical Development of Science, The Scientific Method, The Scientific Explanation. The Effect of the Society on the Development of Science, The Modern Science and the Scientific Research, Types of the Scientific Research, Evaluation Criteria, The Value and Importance of Science. The Effect of Science on Society, The Importance of Technology and its Effect on Modern Sciences. Intellectual Property and Protection, Patent. Modern Scientific Revolution. The Global Problems and the Role of Science in their Solutions, Globalization. Science and Energy, The Role of Science in Solving the Energy Problems.      
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Motion in One Dimension, Vectors, Motion in Two Dimensions, The Laws of Motion, Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton’s Laws, Work and Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions, Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis, Rolling Motion and Angular Momentum.
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Electric Field, Gauss’s Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance and Dielectrics; Current and Resistance; Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Field, Sources of the Magnetic Field,  Faraday’s Laws of Induction.
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Prerequisite: 0304102
DNA structure, techniques of gene analysis, chromosome structure and cell division, immunogenetics, Cancer, genes in kindreds, somatic cell hybridization, cytogenetics, multifactorial inheritance, the human gene map, heritability, population statistics, genetic testing in individuals and populations, human biochemical disorders, gene therapy, hereditary defects with altered drug responses, genetic counseling.
Biological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences 1.BachelorBiological Sciences Bachelor of Biological Sciences
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Prerequisite: 0303233
This course deals with acids, bases and buffers. The purification and isolation of macromolecules is stressed as an introduction to the study of proteins and nucleic acids. The course deals with the structure of proteins in general and the function of enzymes. Biochemical aspects of nucleic acids including gene expression and regulation are stressed. The course culminates in an overview of carbohydrates, lipids and integrated cellular metabolism.
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Prerequisite:  0304321 or concurrently
Essentials of clinical chemistry that related to the biochemical basis of diseases and the principals of laboratory diagnosis particularly in the following conditions ; inborn errors of metabolism, disorders of plasma proteins, plasma enzymes, acid-base balance, blood gases, electrolytes, carbohydrates, lipids, nitrogen metabolites, calcium and phosphate, renal and liver function tests. Also exposing the student to the routine biochemical tests used in the diagnosis of diseases

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Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in two Dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, STATICS, Work, Energy, and Power, Linear Momentum, Temperature and the Behavior of Gases, Thermodynamics, Thermal Properties of Matter, Electric Forces, Electric Fields, Electric Potentials, Direct Currents.
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Prerequisite:  0304341
Parasite-host relations in selected infectious diseases, role of bacteria, fungi,    viruses in pathogenesis, clinical symptoms, lab diagnosis and prevention
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Equilibrium, Gravitation, Fluid Mechanics, Oscillatory Motion, Wave Motion, Heat and Thermodynamics, Inductance, AC-Theory.
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Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in two Dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, STATICS, Work, Energy and Power, Linear Momentum, Temperature and the Behavior of Gases, Thermodynamics, Thermal Properties of Matter, the Mechanics of Non Viscous Fluids,  Electric Forces, Electric Fields, Electric Potentials, Direct Currents, Magnetism, Induced Currents and Fields, Nuclear Physics, Ionizing Radiation.
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Students perform 11 experiments of 3 hr/week duration. These experiments are: Collection and Analysis of Data, Measurements and Uncertainties, Vectors: Force Table, Kinematics of Rectilinear Motion, Force and Motion,Collision in Two Dimensions, Rotational Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion: Simple Pendulum, The Behaviour of Gases with Changes in Temperature and Pressure, The Falling  Sphere Viscometer, Specific Heat Capacity of Metals.
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Students perform 12 experiments of 3 hr/ week duration. These experiments are: Electric Field Mapping, Specific Charge of Copper Ions, Power Transfer, Potentiometer, Capacitors: RC Time Constant, Kirchhoff's Laws, Magnetic Field of a Current, Lenses, Young's Double Slit Experiment, Electromagnetic Induction, Ohm's Law.
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Prerequisite:  0304251
A study of the functional aspects of the internal structure for all plants vegetative and reproductive organs and development of vascular plants
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Students perform 12 experiments of 3 hr/week duration. These experiments are: Measurements and Uncertainties, Collection and Analysis of Data, Vectors: Force Table, Newton's 2nd Law of Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion: Simple Pendulum, The Falling Sphere Viscometer, The Laws of Gases, Measurement of Resistance, The Potentiometer, Specific Charge of Copper Ions, Introduction to the Oscilloscope, Joule Heat, Lenses.
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Students perform 12 experiments of 3 hr/week duration. These experiments are: Measurements and Uncertainties, Collection and Analysis of Data, Vectors: Force Table, Newton's 2nd Law of Motion, Simple Harmonic Motion: Simple Pendulum, The Falling Sphere Viscometer, The Laws of Gases, Measurement of Resistance, The Potentiometer, Specific Charge of Copper Ions, Introduction to the Oscilloscope, Joule Heat, Electromagnetic Induction, Lenses.
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Students perform exercises  involving filing and shaping of metals, marking, drilling and tapping work pieces, and using the lathe.
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Students perform 12 experiments of 3 hr/week duration. Theses experiments are: Double Slit Diffraction , Single Slit Diffraction, RC Circuits, RLC Circuits, Diffraction Grating, e/m , Michelson Interferometer, Newton’s Rings, Black Body Radiation, Thermal Conductivity, Polarization of light, Thermo couple.
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Nature of Light; Huygens's Principle; Fermat's Principle; Wave Equations; Superposition of Waves; Interference of Light; Optical interferometry; Production of Polarized Light; Fraunhofer Diffraction; Diffraction Grating.
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Fundamental Concepts; Semiconductors; Diodes and Application; Bipolar Junction Transistor; Small Signal Bipolar Amplifier; Field Effect Transistors;   Operational  Amplifier; Operational  Amplifier Applications ; Digital Electronics.
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Special Theory of Relativity (Kinematics and Dynamics); Quantum Nature of Radiation; Wavelike Properties of Particles; Rutherford-Bohr Model; The Nucleus; Radioactivity; Nuclear Reactions; Elementary Particles.
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Atomic and Nuclear Structure, Radiation Sources, Radioactivity and Radiation, Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Radiation Units And Limits, Radiation Detection and Measurement, Radiation Protection , Radiation Hazard And Dosimetry, Biological Effects of Radiation, Radiation and Life (Application).
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Macromolecules, Molecular Weight, Molecular Conformation, Tactility, Molecular Elasticity, Crystalline and Amorphous Polymers, Crystal Orientation, Drawing, Structural Studies, Fibrillar and Lamella Structure, Commercial Polymers, Mechanical Properties and Mechanical Testing, Annealing and Heat Treatments, Melting and Glass Transition Temperatures.
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Prerequisite:  0304101
Plant water relations: absorption, transport and transpiration. Mineral nutrition, photosynthesis, phloem translocation, phytohormones. growth, dormancy ; seed germination, phytochrome and phtomorphogenesis and stress physiology
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