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|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
Vertebrate organogenesis: The induction in the Ectoderm of Neural tissue, Neural Crest tissue and Epidermis, The Vertebrate Neural Crest, Skin Development, Muscle Development, Bone Development, Kidney Development, The Development of the Heart, Blood vessels and Blood, Development of the Digestive Tract and its Derivatives, Lung Development, The Development of the Limb and The Saga of the Germline. Invertebrate Organogenesis: Imaginal Discs in Drosophila.
This is the total time spent in lectures, tutorials and other class teaching.
1st Attempt: 1 one and a half hour essay examination (70%) and in-course assessment (30%). Continuous assessment comprises: 1 laboratory report and 1 extended essay. Resit: 1 one and a half hour essay examination (70%) and previous continuous assessment (30%).
- Practice exam essay allows students to write under exam conditions and receive feedback on their performance. - Case-study exercise with feedback in preparation for summative assessments. - Problem-solving sessions.
- Practical reports and essays will be marked with written comments. - Problem solving questions will be discussed during a lecture/feedback session. - Tutorial sessions will provide feedback on course content. - Feedback on problem-based learning exercise.