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1 Ecology

Study the basic concepts of ecology and the ecosystem as a unit-The impact of water and climatic factors, terrain and soil composition on the chemical and physical properties of vegetation and biodiversity .�

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2 (General Biology (1

This course aims to study the definition of biology- chemical� bases of life (organic and in-organic components of living organisms, the vital interaction and enzymes). Cell and tissues: structure and function- biodiversity (the classification of viruses- bacteria- algae- plants- animals)- nutrition and metabolism- bio-energy production (photosynthesis- securing solar energy, the...

3 Phycology

Taxonomic Study and divisive of algae include the differences in morphology in some of the races of different sections, methods of reproduction (sexual and asexual) and their life cycles and deployment in their environment (algae, fresh water and half salt and salt - to identify ways that nutrition and its...

4 General Biology (2)

Hormones in plants and animals - the circulatory system (transport) in plants and animals - immunity in plants and animals - the feeling - nervous system - the behavior of plants and animals - living organisms and the environment - Theories of the origin of life and evolution.

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5 Basic Ecology

Introduction to the knowledge of the environment – the concept of environment - the relationship with other science ecology - the role of Arab and Muslim scholars in ecology- the components of the ecosystem – the types of ecosystems - environmental consequences -the flow of energy in the ecosystem -...

6 Cell Biology

This course aims to study the history of the evolution of cell biology - the cell theory - definition of cellular environment - relationship with the cell biology - functional unit in living cells - the types and structure of living cells and their difference with viruses - The function...

7 Flowering Plants

Study the differences and similarities between the families of higher       plants, with emphasis on their economic and medical importance and their development. It includes basic knowledge of the shape and installation of flower, kinds of flowers, fruits, basic                             theories of plant classification  pollination         and fertilization, and detailed studies of the general characteristics of plant families. Representative species from each family and their economic importance.

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8 Virology

Viruses- viruses linked to other neighborhoods- no alive and biological characteristics of viruses- virus purification- the cultivation of viruses- viruses morphology- the chemistry of the virus serological properties and the designation and classification of viruses – including aggregates of viral and bacterial viruses, and plant and animal- and to reproduce...

9 Plant physiology

Studying the plant biochemistry and metabolism. It includes plant enzymology and metabolism with a detailed study of plant respiration and photosynthesis, growth and germination rates and the measurement of growth – plant hormones and growth organizations- flowering, introduction to plan- water relations and stomatal behavior, fundamentals of the physiological responces...

10 Bacteriology

Studying the bacterial cell- Morphological characteristics of bacteria and the internal structure- the installation of the wall cell- the movement of bacteria- bacteria interior- the growth and multiplication of bacteria- the classification of bacteria to the totals for the most common species in each group- the medical and economic importance...

11 General Genetics

Introduction to the definition of science and branches, history and areas of application- the foundation cell of heredity- Mendelian genetics- changes in the ratios Mendelian- Quantitative genetics- Linking the genetic and chromosome maps- Mendelian genetics- the genetic material DNA in terms of structure and function- the organization and boom- the...

12 Algae

Algae- Figure apparent- to reproduce- and the division of each section on the study alone- the relationship between the algae and other organisms- the economic importance of algae- the distribution of algae in different environments (snow- lake- river- pond freshwater- semi-saline water- the sea- the ocean)- benthic algae and plankton-...

13 Pollution

Definition of pollution and its relation to the ecosystem. Definition of pollutants and types of air pollution, water and food. Physical contaminants (temperature, noise and radiation). Ways to control pollutants. Biological effects of pollutants. Pollution in the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia.   

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14 Mycology

A general introduction to the fungi- the definition of fungi, their structure, nutrition, growth, reproduction, economic and medical importance, and a taxonomic  study of the major fungal groups through studying the life cycle and properties of one or more important fungi from each group family, vital activities of the fungi...

15 Histology

This course aims to Study the histological structure of organs. It includes histological, histophysiological, biochemical and molecular principles. Theoretical and practical applications of different types of microscopic preparations, as well as modes of detection, sampling methods- physiological solution- and types of microscopes-the types of micro-preparations - Insulation and fixtures- washing-...

16 FLORA AND FAUNA OF K.S.A

Plant of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – the site of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia between The plant regions of the world- images of growth – the geographical areas in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia – collection, identification and clarification of natural flowering plants, preparation of herbarium specimens, and...

17 Molecular Biology

Molecular biology deals with nucleic acids and proteins and how these molecules interact within the cell to promote proper growth, division, and development. It is a large and ever-changing discipline. This course will emphasize the molecular mechanisms of DNA replication, repair, transcription, protein synthesis, and gene regulation in different organisms....

18 Ethics

Work ethic in Islam- the need for administrative work ethic – the relationship between the biological and management - the relationship between the biological - the ethics of working through (the development of  self-censorship - the development of regulations that prevent accurate interpretations of individual wrong - a good example...

19 Molecular Biology

Molecular biology deals with nucleic acids and proteins and how these molecules interact within the cell to promote proper growth, division, and development. It is a large and ever-changing discipline. This course will emphasize the molecular mechanisms of DNA replication, repair, transcription, protein synthesis, and gene regulation in different organisms....

20 Research Project

This course qualifies for the exercise of scientific research through the development of a research project in which assets committed to scientific research, preparation and implementation. The student prepares research project in the biological field and chooses a faculty member to oversee it from the department. The student chooses...