|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Botanical *||SUT 115||1||2||2.5||3|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Lec. Gülcan TÜRKOĞLU|
Plant structure and plant life events to teach
1. Cytology (cell science) 2. Cell organelles, nucleus, chromosomes 3. Ergastic substances, cell wall 4. submicroscopic structure of the cell wall, gate, Cell Division 5. Histology 6. Histology 7. Organographies, roots, stems, leaves MIDTERM 9. Plant Systematics 10. Plant Reproduction 11.Flower in pollination and fertilization 12. Physiology 13. Growth and Development Physiology 14. Movement Physiology
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Description of the wine production sector to define the data required for the solution of the problems , can effectively collect and use ; theoretical knowledge to practical applications.
To have computer ability nad apply, and use his ability in technical field. To apply all learned about grape and winemaking.
Managing process which is necessary and understand to developing ability permanently
Ability of using knowledge in field of application. Entrepreneurship ability.
Graduated student has ethic and responsible senses. He has self confidence and can achieve duties which given
To understand necessary of developing ability permanently
Having efficient communication ability İn Turkish and English. Using means of media and İnformatiom communication.
When encounter problem that relation with his field, he can develop solution method.
|1||1. Cytology (Cell Science)||Reviewing lecture notes|
|2||2. Cell Organelles, Nucleus, Chromosomes||Reviewing lecture notes|
|3||Ergastik Materials, Cell wall||Reviewing lecture notes|
|4||4. Submicroscopic Structure of Cell Wall, Gates, Cell Division||Reviewing lecture notes|
|5||5. Histology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|6||5. Histology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|7||7. Organography, Root, Body, Leaf||Reviewing lecture notes|
|9||9. Plant Systematics||Reviewing lecture notes|
|10||10. Reproduction in plants||Reviewing lecture notes|
|11||1. Pollination and Fertilization in Flowers||Reviewing lecture notes|
|12||12. Physiology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|13||13. Growth and Development Physiology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|14||14. Movement Physiology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|15||Movement Physiology||Reviewing lecture notes|
|16-17||Term Exams||Reviewing lecture notes|
|Recommended or Required Reading|