Marine Biology II University of Tsukuba
Lecture will provide several topics on marine organisms, including fertilization, cilia and flagella, gene-manupulation, development, self-non-self recognition, evolution, animal behavior, population ecology and marine environment. The teaching staff of Shimoda Marine Research Center will tell you about recent progress of their own research.
The objectives of the course are (1) to provide students with a basic understanding of marine biology, animal diversity, animal evolution, marine ecology and marine environment.
Lectures will give a basic introduction to be used for either field studies or life science in later years.
Attendance (30%), Final Exam (70%).
Course introductionTopics on FertilizationTopics on Development (1)Topics on Development (2)Topics on NeurobiologyTopics on Development, evolution and phylogeneticsTopics on Diversity, primitive immune systemTopics on Marine ecologyTopics on coral reefTopics on Marine environment
Online Course Requirement
Inaba Kazuo,Sasakura Yasunori,Yaguchi Shunsuke,Shiba Kogiku,Nakano Hiroaki,Wada Shigeki,Horie Takeo,Agostini Sylvain Leonard Georges
Lecture attendance will be recorded. Attendance will count toward the final grade (A medical note or similar can exempt students from losing marks this way).
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Inaba Kazuo,Shiba Kogiku
Email address: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university