|Module title||Molecular biology of growth and development of flowering plants|
|Module lecturer||prof. zw. dr hab. Grzegorz Jackowski (coordinator)|
|Faculty||Faculty of Biology|
Module aim (aims)
The aim of this course is to tell the story of how the higher plant organism change over time and what are the molecular mechanisms underlying these changes.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
General background in plant science
Week 1 Prof. Joanna DeckertCell cycle and its regulation (2h)Week 2 Dr Małgorzata GarnczarskaEmbryogenesis (2h)Week 3 Dr Małgorzata GarnczarskaSeed germination (1h)Prof. Rafał MólApical meristems. Transition in shoot apical meristem. (1h)Week 4 Prof. Rafał MólMature plant body plan (2h)Week 5 Dr Magdalena Arasimowicz-JelonekHormone signalling in sporophyte and flower growth and development (2h)Week 6 Prof. Dr hab. Rafał MólGenetic mechanism of flower differentiation.Pollination and fertilization (2h)Week 7 Prof. Grzegorz JackowskiSenescence as the final phase of leaf development. Molecular background of autumnal colouration of leaves. (2h)Week 8 Dr Magdalena Arasimowicz-JelonekProgrammed cell death in plant development and defence, stress-induced signalling. (1h) Prof. Grzegorz JackowskiImpairments to the plant development caused by mutations. (1h)Week 9 Prof. Rafał MólModel systems of in vitro plant embryogenesis – somatic embryogenesis (2h)Week 10 Prof. Rafał MólModel systems of in vitro plant embryogenesis – androgenesis (2h)Week 11 Dr Katarzyna WojciechowiczPlant tissue and organ cultures – principles and applications I (2h)Week 12 Dr Katarzyna WojciechowiczPlant tissue and organ cultures – principles and applications II (2h)
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