Course: Cultivation of Experimental Plants 2

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Course title Cultivation of Experimental Plants 2
Course code BOT/PRBP
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Exercise
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Summer
Number of ECTS credits 4
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Křístková Eva, doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Course content
This course develops previously obtained experiences in the course "Cultivation of experimental plants I". The cultivation with respect to plant motphology, plant biology, biochemistry and genetics is presented. Topics: Sexual reproduction of plants, seed dormancy, vitality, regeneration protocols; Vegetative reproduction of plants; Practical use of biologically active substances in plant growing.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture, Projection (static, dynamic), Laboratory Work
Learning outcomes
This course follows the course "Cultivation of experimental plants 1".
After sttending the course, student should be able to: Select appropriate plant material, methods of cultivation and evaluation of experimental work; Propose aims of the experiments and its design; Set up the experiment, cultivation and evaluation; Analyse and interpret the results of experiments; Analyse the data and present them; Write an essay reporting the experiment; Apply knowledge of plant morphology, physiology, taxonomy and genetics.
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of botany, course develops abilities acquired in the course Cultivation of experimental plants 1 (PRAP).
BOT/PRAP

Assessment methods and criteria
Written exam, Seminar Work

Knowledge of topics presented by lectures, in practical exercises and in the recommended literature; 100% participation in practical exercises, work out the protocols from practical exercises, successful passing the test and determination of seed and fruits of commonly cultivated plant species (Czech and scientific name).
Recommended literature
  • (2004). Materials CWR, PGR Forum, Bioversity International, BGCI (web).. Genetické zdroje č. 90, Výzkumný ústav rostlinné výroby Praha.
  • Bobák M. a kol.. (1992). Botanika. Anatómia amorfológia rastlín. Slovenské pedagogické nakladateľstvo Bratislava.
  • Briggs D., Walters S.M. (2001). Proměnlivost a evoluce rostlin. Vydavatelství UP, Olomouc.
  • Dotlačil L., Stehno Z., Fáberová I., Holubec V. Rámcová metodika Národního programu konzervace a využívání genetických zdrojů rostlin a agro-biodiverzity.
  • Houba M., Hosnedl V. (2002). Osivo a sadba, praktické semenářství. Nakladatelství Ing. Martin Sedláček.
  • Luža J. (1970). Škola ovocnáře. SZN Praha.
  • Procházka S., Macháčková I., Krekule J., Šebánek J. a kol. (1998). Fyziologie rostlin. Academia, Praha.
  • Rozsypal S. a kol. (2003). Nový přehled biologie. Scientia, Praha.
  • Růžičková J. a kol. (1980). Sadovnictví. SZN, Praha.
  • Schwanitz F. (1969). Vývoj kulturních rostlin. SZN Praha.


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