GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), KARUR ?· GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), KARUR ... Stelar…

  • Published on
    06-Aug-2018

  • View
    212

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript

  • GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), KARUR 639 005

    M. Sc., - BOTANY COURSE STRUCTURE UNDER CBCS SYSTEM (For the candidates admitted from the year 2011-2012 onwards)

    SE

    ME

    ST

    ER

    COURSE SUBJECT TITLE

    SU

    BJE

    CT

    CO

    DE

    INS

    TR

    . HO

    UR

    S

    WE

    EK

    CR

    ED

    IT

    EX

    AM

    HO

    UR

    S

    MA

    RK

    S

    TO

    TA

    L

    INT ESE

    I

    Core Course I Biodiversity I P11BO1C1 6 5 3 25 75 100 Core Course II Biodiversity II P11BO1C2 6 5 3 25 75 100 Core Course - III Microbiology and Plant Pathology P11BO1C3 6 5 3 25 75 100 Core Course IV Practical I (CC-I, CC-II, CC-III) P11BO1C4P 6 5 3 25 75 100 Elective Course - I Horticulture P11BO1E1 6 5 3 25 75 100 30 25 500

    II

    Core Course V Cytology, Anatomy and Embryology P11BO2C5 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Core Course VI Taxonomy, Ecology and Phytogeography P11BO2C6 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Core Course VII Molecular biology & Immunology P11BO2C7 6 5 3 25 75 100 Core Course VIII Practical - II (CC-V CC-VI & CC-VII) P11BO2C8P 6 5 3 25 75 100 Elective Course II Food Technology P11BO2E2 6 5 3 25 75 100 30 25 500

    III

    Core Course IX Genetics and Plant Breeding P11BO3C9 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Core Course X Bio Physics, Bio Chemistry & Plant Physiology P11BO3C10 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Core Course XI Practical III (Covering CC IX & X) P11BO3C11P 6 5 3 25 75 100 Core Course - XII Principles of Biotechnology P11BO3C12 6 5 3 25 75 100 Elective Course III Plant Tissue Culture P11BO3E3 6 5 3 25 75 100 30 25 500

    IV

    Core Course XIII Research Methodology P11BO4C13 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Elective Course IV Bio-Instrumentation and Biological Techniques P11BO4E4 6 5 3 25 75 100

    Project Work Project Work P11BO4PW 18 5 3 ** ** 100 30 15 300

    TOTAL 120 90 1800 ** Dissertation 80 Marks and Viva Voce Examinations 20 Marks

    CHAIRMAN BOARD OF STUDIES IN BOTANY CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code: GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS): KARUR-05

    M.Sc., - BOTANY SEMESTER I CORE COURSE -I (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    BIODIVERSITY - I UNIT- I Algae: Introduction, Classification of algae (Fritsch,1935), Phylogeny of algae, types

    of thalli and their structure, Ultra structure and biochemical characterization of pigments, structure of cell wall, flagella, chloroplast, pyrenoids, eyespot and their biological importance. Developmental morphology, reproduction and life cycle patterns.

    UNIT- II

    Salient features of major classes of Cyanophyta, Chlorophyta, Charophyta, Xanthophyta, Bacillariophyta, Phaeophyta and Rhodophyta, Phylogeny of algae. Ecology of algae soil algae; fresh water algae; marine algae; zonation; symbiotic algae; fossil algae. Economic importance of algae.

    UNIT-III Fungi Classification of Fungi (Alexopolus and Saccardo). General characters of

    major classes Mastigomycotina, Mixomycotina, Zygomycotina, Basidiomycotina, Ascomycotina and Deuteromycotina. Nutrition, physiological specialization, reproduction, Life cycle patterns of fungi,

    UNIT-IV

    Fossil fungi, Heterothallism in Fungi, Heterokaryon, parasexual cycle. Mushroom cultivation, Mycorrhizae. Phylogeny and affinities of major groups of fungi.

    Lichens: Classification and general features. Distribution, Thallus Organization, and reproduction. Economic Importance of Lichens.

    UNIT-V Bryophytes: Classification (Watson), General Features of major groups (Marchantiales,

    Jungermaniales, Anthoceratales, Sphagnales, Funariales and Polytrichales). Economic importance of Bryophytes. Fossil bryophytes.

    Text Book: 1. Singh and Pandey (1966) College botany Vol-I Books of India Publishers Reference Books:

    1. Bold, H.C & M.J. Wyne (1978) Introduction to Algae Structure & Reproduction Prentice Hall, New Jersey.

    2. Fritsch, F.E(1935) The Structure & Reproduction of the Algae ( 2 Vols.) Cambridge University Press, England.

    3. Alexopoulus, C.J& Mims, C.W. (1979) Introductory Mycology Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi.

    4. Bessey, E.A.(1979) Morphology & Taxonomy of Fungi, Vikas Publishing House Pvt., Ltd., New Delhi.

    5. Hale, Jr.M.E.(1983) Biology of Lichens Edward Arnold, Maryland. CHAIRMAN BOS COE

    1151 P11BO1C1

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code: GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS) KARUR-05

    M.Sc., - BOTANY- SEMESTER I CORE COURSE -II (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    BIODIVERSITY -II UNIT- I Pteridophytes

    Classification of Pteridophytes (Reimers), General Features and Origin of Pteridophytes. Range of Morphology, Structure, Reproduction and Evolution of the Gametophytes and Sporophytes of the following orders Rhyniales, Psilotales, Lycopodiales, Isoetales, Selaginellales, Calamitales and Equisetales.

    UNIT- II Morphology, Reproduction and Phylogeny of the following Orders Ophioglossales, Marattiales, Osmundales, Filicales and Salviniales. Heterospory and seed habit. Stelar Evolution, Structural development and Evolution of Sorus in Fillicales. Fern culture.

    UNIT-III Gymnosperms Classification of Gymnosperms (K.R. Sporne). General account and Characteristic features of Gymnosperms. General Structure and Evolutionary Significance of Peteridospermales, Bennetitales, Pentoxylales and Cordaitales.

    UNIT-IV A General Account on the Distribution Morphology, Anatomy, Reproduction and Phylogeny of Cycadales, Coniferales, Ginkgoales, Ephedrales, Welwitchiales and Gnetales.

    UNIT-V Paleobotany A General Account on Geological Time Scale Types of Fossils, Methods of Fossilization, Age Determination and Methods of Study of Fossils. A brief account on Fossils. Role of Fossil in Oil Exploration.

    Text Book: 1. Ganguly, Dass and Dutta (1958) College Botany New central book Agency Vol I References:

    1. Parihar, N.S The Biology and Morphology of Pteridophytes, Central Book Depot, Allahabad. 6.

    2. Rashid.A. (1986) An Introduction to Pteridophyta, Vani Educational Books, New Delhi. 3. Sporne, K.R. (1972) The Morphology of Pteridophytes, B.I. Publications, Madras. 4. Vashishta.P.C. (1990) Pteridophyta S. Chand & Co. Ltd. New Delhi 5. Chamberlain. C. Gymnosperm Structure & Evolution, Univ. Chicago Press. 6. Coulter & Chamberlin Morphology of Gymnosperms Central Book Depot, Allahabad. 7. Sporne K.R. (1972) The Morphology of Gymnosperm BII Publications, Madras. 8. Vashita P.C.(1990) Gymnosperms S. Chand & Co. Ltd., India.

    CHAIRMAN BOS COE

    1152 P11BO1C2

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code: GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS)KARUR-05

    M.Sc., - BOTANY SEMESTER I CORE COURSE -III (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    MICROBIOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY

    UNIT- I Classification-Whitakers five Kingdom concept Prokaryotic and

    Eukaryotic microbes General features of Protozoa, charateristics and ultrastructure, isolation, purification, chemical nature replication, transmission, Economic importance, Virions and Prions, Phytoplasma (Including Mycoplasma).

    UNIT- II Bacteria - Classification (Bergys latest edn.) Archaebacteria, Eubacteria and Cyanobacteria General account, ultrastructure, nutrition, growth, reproduction and Economic importance.

    UNIT-III Microbial Techniques Pure culture techniques- plating methods, Liquid media, two membered culture. Sterilization by heat, chemical and filtration methods. Culture tools, culture media - types of media and microbial growth.

    UNIT-IV Plant Pathology Organisms and causal factor responsible for plant diseases Methods of studying plant diseases Kochs Postulates common terminologies used in plant pathology symptomology, etiology, epiphytology, control measures, - Host parasite interactions toxins, defense mechanisms in plant Integrated disease management.

    UNIT-V Common plant diseases of India (Tobacco mosaic, cucumber mosaic, Little leaf of Brinjal, Citrus Canker, Rice blight, Tikka disease, Wilt of cotton, Downy mildew, White rust, Damping off, Disease of seedlings, Rust of wheat, Root knot of tomato.

    Text Books: 1. Prescott- (2008) Microbiology McGraw-Hill Higher Education College textbook publisher Reference Books: 1. Pelczar, M.J. Chan, E.C.S. and Krieg, N.R. (1993) Microbiology Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Ltd., New Delhi 2. Schlegel, H.E. (1986) General Microbiology Cambridge University, London. 3. Cooper , J.I. (1995) Viruses and the environment (2nd Edn.) Chapman & Hall, London. 4. Mehrota R.S., Plant Panthology Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 5. Agrios, J.S. Plant Pathology -

    CHAIRMAN BOS COE

    1153 P11BO1C3

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code:

    GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS) KARUR-05 M.Sc., - BOTANY SEMESTER I CORE COURSE -IV

    (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    PRACTICAL I (Covering Core Courses I,II & III)

    CC I Algae Cyanophyta : Gloeocapsa, Anabaena, Stigonema Chlorphyta : Chlamydomonas, Volvox, Chlorella, Ulothrix, Closteium, Acetabularia Charophyta : Chara, Nitella Xanthophyta : Botrydium, Vaucheria Bacillariphyta : Cyclotella and Navicula (Diatoms) Phaeophyta : Padina, Sargassum Rhodophyta : Batrachospermum, Ceramium, Gracilaria Fungi Mastigomycotina : Pythium Zygomycotina : Pilobolus Ascomycotina : Taphrina, Neurospora Basidiomycotina : Pluerotus, Lycoperdon Dueteromycotina : Cercospora, Fusarium, Colletotrichum Examination of Mycorrhizal association Lichens Usnea Bryophytes Morphological and anatomical study of representative members of the following:- Marchantiales : Riccia, Targionia, Reboulia Jungermaniales : Porella Anthocerotales : Anthoceros Sphagnales : Sphagnum Funariales : Funaria Polytrichales : Polytrichum Pteridophytes Isoetales : Isoetes Selaginellates : Selaginella Equisetales : Equisetum Ophioglossales : Ophioglossum Marattiales : Angiopteris Osmundales : Osmunda Gleicheniales : Gleichenia Filicales : Pteris Salviniales : Salvinia & Azolla Gymnosperms: Study of the morphology and anatomy of vegetative and reproductive parts of the following: Coniferales : Cupressus, Podocarpus Ginkgoales : Ginkgo Ephedrales : Ephedra Paleobotany : Pterodophytees & Gymnosperms- (Extinct and fossil forms) Pteridophytes - Lepidodendron, Stigmaria, Calamostachys. Gymnosperms Lyginopteris, Lagenostoma and Cordaites. CCIII Plant Pathology Study of the following diseases: Fungal diseases Rust of Wheat, Wilt of cotton, White rust. Bacterial diseases Citrus canker, Rice blight. Virus diseases Tobacco mosaic, cucumber mosaic. Mycoplasmal disease Little leaf of brinjal. Microbiology: 1. Isolation of microbes from Soil Serial dilution & plating 2. Grams staining of Bacteria found in Milk, Curd, Root nodule. 3. Effect of different antibodies on bacterial growth (antibiotic sensitivity) 4. Microbial analysis of Milk by methylene blue reduction test CHAIRMAN BOS COE

    1P1 P11BO1C4P

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code:

    GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS): KARUR-05

    M.Sc., - BOTANY SEMESTER I - ELECTIVE COURSE -I (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    HORTICULTURE

    UNIT- I Importance and scope of Horticulture Divisions of horticulture climate, Soil and Nutritional needs, Water irrigation Plant propagation method Cutting, Layering, Grafting, Budding, Stock Scion relationship, Micro propagation, induction of rooting.

    UNIT- II: Fruit crops Induction of flowering, Flower thinning, Fruit setting, Fruit development. Cultivation of important fruit crops Mango, Banana, Lime, Sapota, Guava, Tree species, E.g. Eucalyptus, Teak, Neem.

    UNIT-III Classification of Vegetables Botanical and Horticultural, Cultivation of important crops Tomato, Brinjal, Bhendi, Dolichos and Snake guard.

    UNIT-IV Principles and methods of designing a Flower garden (out door) Hedges, Edges, Fences, Trees, Climbers, Rockeries, Arches, Terrace Garden Lawn making and maintenance Water garden, Cultivation of water plants.

    UNIT-V Indoor gardening House plants Light, Humidity, Watering, Designing Bonsai plants, Watering, Pruning, Dwarfing. Floriculture Flower decoration Dry and Wet decoration Cultivation of commercial flower crops Rose, Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, and their marketing.

    Text Book 1. K. Manibushan Rao (1991), Text book of Horticulture M.C. Millan Publishers. Reference Books: 1. Introduction to Horticulture N. Kumar (1986), Rajalakshmi, Publishers. 2. Breeding Asian Fields Crops J.M. Pochlman & D. Borthakur. 3. Introduction to Cytogenesis and plant breeding -D.D. Sundaraj & G.Tulasidas, Popular Book Co.,

    CHAIRMAN BOS COE

    1154 P11BO1E1

  • Sl. No.: Subject Code: GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS): KARUR-05

    M.Sc., - BOTANY SEMESTER II CORE COURSE -V (For the candidates admitted from 2011-12 onwards)

    CYTOLOGY, ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY

    UNIT- I Cytology Cell organelles structural organization and function of intracellular organelles

    Cell wall, Plasma membrane, nucleus, mitochondria, Golgi bodies, Lysosomes, Endoplasmic reticulum, Peroxisomes, Vacuoles, Chloroplast Structure and function of cytoskeleton and its role in motility.

    UNIT- II Organization of Genes and Chromosomes Interrupted genes, Gene families, Structure of Chromatin and chromosomes, Unique

    and repetitive DNA, Heterochromatin, Euchromatin and transposons. Cell division Mitosis and Meiosis. Apoptosis - Programmed Cell Death (PCD).

    UNIT-III Anatomy General Account and Theories of Organization of Meristems Structural Diversity

    and Phylogenetic Trends of Specialization of Xylem and Pholem Distribution, Structure and Significance of Transfer Cells Vascular Differentiation in the Primary Body of Stem, Root and Leaf. Root Stem Transition.

    UNIT-IV Wood Structure, Types, and uses of woods. Physical, Chemical and Mechanical

    Properties of Wood Defects in Wood natural defects Knots Reaction Wood Compression and Tension Wood Wood Preservation Commercial Woods of South India.

    UNIT-V Embryology Anther Development Male Gametophyte Structure and development Pollen

    Stigma Compatibility, Megasporogenesis and Female Gametophyte, Nutrition of Embryo-Sac, Fertilization, Embryo Development Dicot and Monocot Endosperm Types Apomixis and Polyembryony.

    Text Books: 1. De Robertis 1980. Cell Biology. Saunders International Edn., Philadelphia. 2. Pandey, B.P. 1989 Plant Anatomy S. Chand & Co., New Delhi. 3. Bhojwani,...

Recommended

View more >