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  • 1. DAVAO DOCTORS COLLEGE General Malvar Street, Davao City BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT COURSE NUMBER: II. COURSE TITLE: COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE VERTEBRATE II. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with the study of the different groups of vertebrates with similar system but with diversity of structure and functions. The different systems of these vertebrates are discussed and compared. Techniques of embalming and dissections are taught in the laboratory. III. MISSION STATEMENT: Vision: DDC is a premier non-sectarian academic institution that provides quality health and wellness education in Mindanao and the East ASEAN Growth Area. Mission: DDC is committed to produce highly competent graduates imbued with the core values of: Excellence, Service, Integrity, Empowerment and Commitment. We shall provide a nurturing environment that supports quality instruction, research and community service through effective leadership, governance and professionalism. IV. GENERAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, the student must be able to: A. Cognitive Objectives: Develop awareness and understanding of Zoological concepts, principles and generalizations that will enable each of them to do the ff: 1. Define, on his own words, common terms in Zoology and evolution.
  • 2. 2. Gain knowledge of the phylogenic evolution of the representative forms of the animal kingdom. 3. Explain the resemblance of each organisms from different levels. B. Process Objectives: Develop deeper understanding and a functional competency with the procedure of scientific inquiry and principles for the students to be able to do the following: 1. Offer solutions to the present biological problems particularly on population, drug addiction, nutrition and conservation of the Philippine fauna. 2. Recognize and understand problems in everyday life and find solutions to these problems through principles of Zoology. 3. Compare the difference and resemblance of each class. 4. Appreciate the evolution of different organ system and trace its development from one class to another. C. Skill Objectives: Develop the analytical skills that will enable the students to do the following: 1. Use common laboratory apparatus in scientific investigation. 2. Apply the scientific method in solving problems of everyday life. 3. Acquire basic laboratory skills such as the use of microscope, dissecting an animal, etc. 4. Accurately report the results of scientific investigation orally and in writing. 5. Answer questions through actual and through experimentation. D. Affective Objectives : Develop a view of science as a whole, specially a better attitude towards Zoology, which will help the students to do the following: 1. Demonstrate understanding of the basic principles in comparative Zoology. 2. Appreciate the relevance of the Zoology concepts to everyday life by recognizing the events in which the principles are clearly manifested. 3. Demonstrate relationships among the quality of human life, other living things, and the environment through gaining positive attitudes in learning zoological concepts. V. TOPICS:
  • 3. CONTENTS TEACHING & LEARNING VALUES OBJECTIVES LABORATO TA REFERENCES EVALUATION LECTURE ACT INFUSED RY At the end of the chapter the students are able to do the I. Introduction Lab Activity 1 lecture/discussion 1st & 3rd Respect and love * Comparative * long quiz following: - Comparative research work wk. to animals and Anatomy by Kent * oral quiz/ graded 1. Define comparative Vertebrate Homology, role playing mankind * Comparative recitation anatomy of the vertebrates Morphology Analogy and film viewing Anatomy by Hyman * assignments and its significance. Homoplasy multi-media presentation Appreciation * General Zoology by * Exam 2. Understand the concepts of - Historical Storer * Class participation homology, analogy, Predecessors- Cooperation * Comparative * Laboratory Reports convergence, divergence, Evolution and Anatomy by: Ching * Practical quizzes adaptation and speciation, Morphology Lab Activity 2 Honesty * Vertebrates by phylogeny and ontogeny. - Morphological Adaptation Kardong 3. Trace the development of Concepts the comparative anatomy - Evolutionary through time. Morphology 4. Discuss the theories of - Phylogeny evolution of Darwin, Lamarck, - Paleontology Wallace, Owen and Cuvier. 5. Discuss the patterns of phylogeny. 6. Differentiate the grades and clades. 7. Discuss the significance of animal fossils in comparative anatomy. At the end of the chapter the II. The Origin of the To appreciate the * Comparative * long quiz students are able to do the Chordates Practical lecture-discussion * 4rd creation of God Anatomy by Kent * practical quiz in the following: - Chordate Quiz film viewing week * Comparative laboratory 1. Trace the chordate Phylogeny multi-media presentation Anatomy by Hyman * laboratory reports phylogeny tree. - Chordate power point presentation * Biology by Claude * research work 2. Determine the general Characteristics project making on the Ville * article analysis characteristics of the chordate - Protochordates development of the * Comparative * quizzes groups. - Chordates Origin chordate egg Anatomy by: Ching * oral participation 3. Differentiate the types of * Vertebrates by * project protochordates. Kardong 4. Discuss the origin of the chordates. PRELIM EXAMINATION
  • 4. At the end of the chapter the students are able to do the III. The Vertebrate Story Lab Activity 3 Lecture discussion 5th Respect, love and * Comparative * Written quiz following: - Origin of the Animal Cell multi-media presentation week appreciate the Anatomy by Kent * Oral recitation Vertebrates role playing wonders of God’s * Comparative * assignments 1. To be able to identify the - Agnathans creation Anatomy by Hyman * activity participation parts and functions of the cell - Gnathostomes cooperation * Comparative * projects 2. To understand the functions - Teleostomes Anatomy by: Ching *laboratory reports of each organelle and inclusion * Vertebrates by * reaction paper bodies. Kardong 3. To identify the function of the cell membrane. * Written quiz 1. To be able to identify the - IV. Biological Lab Activity 4 Project making 6th week Respect, love and *Biological Sciences *drawings and lab similarities and differences of Design Animal Lecture-discussion appreciate the by Keeton reports the 5 animal tissues Tissue Reporting wonders of God’s * Comparative * quizzes 2. To know the functions of Group Activity creation Anatomy by: Ching * oral participation each in our body. Cooperation * Vertebrates by * Exam 3. To differentiate the different MIDTERM Self confidence Kardong types of tissues. EXAMINATION Patience 4. To discuss the function of each tissue group. 1. To identify the function of V. Integument Lab Activity 5 Lecture- discussion 7th week Respect, love and *Anatomy and * Written quiz our integument and and Skeletal written report using the appreciate the Physiology by Miller * long quiz skeletal system. System Cat’s internet wonders of God’s Comparative Anatomy * assignments 2. To compare the - Epidermal and Integument power point presentation creation by Kent * drawings and integument and skeleton dermal derivatives and Skeletal Patience * Comparative laboratory reports of the different classes of - Axial and System Perseverance Anatomy by Hyman * lab reports vertebrates. Cooperation * Biology by Claude appendicular 3. Discuss the significance Ville skeleton of an integument to a * Comparative certain animal Anatomy by: Ching * Vertebrates by Kardong *Anatomy and * Written quiz 1. To know the different VI. Muscular Lab Activity 5 lecture-discussion 8th week Respect, love and Physiology by Miller * practical quiz types of muscles and System film viewing appreciate the Comparative Anatomy * assignment their functions. - Types and actions role playing wonders of God’s by Kent * oral participation 2. To compare the muscles of muscles Practical oral recitation creation * Comparative * laboratory reports of the different classes of - Muscle contraction Quiz reporting Self confidence Anatomy by Hyman * activity participation vertebrates. Patience * Biology by Claude - Sources of energy 3. To determine the origin of Independence Ville in muscle the muscle tissue Cooperation * Comparative contraction Anatomy by: Ching - Differences in * Vertebrates by
  • 5. vertebrate Kardong musculature 1. To be able to identify the VII. Digestive Lab Activity 6 lecture-discussion 9th week Respect and love * Comparative *Written quiz organs involved in System film viewing to the wonders of Anatomy by Kent * Oral recitation digestion and functions of - Organs involved in Muscular research work using the God’s creation * Comparative * assignments each. digestion System internet Appreciation Anatomy by: Ching * activity participation 2. To compare the different - Physiology/function reporting Cooperation * Vertebrates by * projects organs in digestion. s of the organs field trip Self-confidence Kardong *laboratory reports 3. Compare the digestive involved in Patience * reaction paper process among digestion * projects vertebrates. - Comparison of 4. Determine the different organs in digestion way in food procurement. in different vertebrates 1. To be able to trace the VIII. Circulatory Lab Activity 7 lecture-discussion 10th Respect and love * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz circulatory pathways. System film viewing week to the wonders of Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation 2. To identify the parts of the - Types Circulatory research work using the God’s creation Comparative Anatomy * assignments heart and other - Circulatory System internet by Kent * activity participation circulatory organs. pathways reporting * Comparative * projects 3. Compare the circulatory - The heart Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports system of the vertebrates. - Circulatory * Biology by Claude * reaction paper 4. Compare the open circuit disorders Ville and closed circuit. * Comparative Anatomy by: Ching * Vertebrates by Kardong PREFINAL EXAMINATION 1. To identify the parts of IX. Respiratory Lab Activity 7 Lecture-discussion 11th Respect and love * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz respiratory organs and its System film viewing week to the wonders of Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation functions. - Types and research work using the God’s creation Comparative Anatomy * assignments 2. To compare the - Organs Involved internet Cooperation by Kent * activity participation respiration among - Mechanism of Lab Activity 8 Appreciation * Comparative * projects vertebrates. Breathing Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports 3. Explain the mechanism of - Respiratory organ Respiratory * Biology by Claude * reaction paper breathing. among vertebrates System Ville 4. Differentiate the * Comparative respiratory system of the Anatomy by: Ching warm blooded animals * Vertebrates by between the cold blooded Kardong animal. 1. To know the functions X. Excretory Lab Activity lecture-discussion 12th Respect and love * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz
  • 6. and parts of our kidney. System 9 film viewing week to the wonders of Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation 2. To understand blood - Types research work God’s creation Comparative Anatomy * assignments filtration and urine - Organs involved Excretory using the internet Patience by Kent * activity participation formation. - Blood, filtration & System reporting Appreciation * Comparative * projects 3. Identify the anatomy of urine form. field trip Cooperation Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports the nephron. - Organs of urination Curiosity * Biology by Claude * reaction paper 4. To compare the process among vertebrates Perseverance Ville * long quiz of excretion among Social Awareness * Comparative * practical quiz vertebrates. Anatomy by: Ching * group participation * Vertebrates by Kardong 1. To understand the XI. Reproductive Lab Activity lecture-discussion 13th Respect of the * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz structures and functions System 10 group work week human body and Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation of male and female - Types, Organs film viewing other creations Comparative Anatomy * assignments reproductive organs. Involved Reproductive oral recitation Environmental by Kent * activity participation 2. To compare the - Structure and System reporting awareness * Comparative * projects reproductive systems of Functions field trip Cooperation Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports the different classes of - Fertilization and Observant * Biology by Claude * reaction paper vertebrates. Development Curious Ville 3. Identify the different ways - * Comparative of reproductive method. Anatomy by: Ching 4. Compare the process of * Vertebrates by development among Kardong vertebrates. Respect of the * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz 1. To understand the XII. Nervous Lab Activity film viewing 14th human body and Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation functions of our CNS and PNS. System and 11 Internet research work week other creation. Comparative Anatomy * assignments 2. Identify the different Sense Organs Class discussion and Environmental by Kent * activity participation sense organs and its function. - Neurons Nervous Field trip 15th awareness * Comparative * projects 3. Compare the nervous - Divisions of the System Cooperation Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports system among vertebrates. vertebrate nervous Observant * Biology by Claude * reaction paper system Curious Ville - Functions * Comparative Anatomy by: Ching * Vertebrates by Kardong Respect of the * Human Anatomy and * Written quiz 1. To identify the different XIII. Endocrine Practical film viewing 16th human body and Physiology by Miller * Oral recitation endocrine glands and System Exam Internet research work week other creation. Comparative Anatomy * assignments hormones - Endocrine glands Environmental by Kent * activity participation 2. To know the disorders - Endocrine awareness * Comparative * projects related to endocrine hormones Cooperation Anatomy by Hyman *laboratory reports system. - Disorders related to Observant * Biology by Claude * reaction paper hormonal Curious Ville imbalance * Comparative 17th Anatomy by: Ching
  • 7. week * Vertebrates by Kardong FINAL EXAMINATION VIII. Textbook & References: Textbook: Kardong, K. Vetebrates (Comparative Anatomy, Function, Evolution), 4th edition, 2006 • Miller , copyright 2003, Zoology 5th edition • Ching, Copendium of Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates, 1st ed.,2004. References: • Hickman and Kats, copyright 2001, Laboratory studies in Integrated Principle of Zoology, 10th edition, Science Publishing • Lytle, copyright 2001, General Zoology Laboratory Guide, 13th edition, PWS Publishing • Hickman, Robert, Larson, copyright 2000, Animal Diversity ,Basic Blackwell Company • Hopson, Janet & Postlethwait, John. Explore Life. Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning. USA. 2003. • Realuyo, Z, Cariño, V. Basic Concepts of Biological Science. Katha Publishing, Inc. Phil. 2003. • Carr & Kent. Comparative Anatomy of The Vertebrate 9th Ed. McGraw Hill, 2001. • Horsburgh, David. Atlas of Cat Anatomy, 3rd Ed. Stanford University Press. 2001. • Linzey. Vertebrate Biology. Science Publishing, 2001 • Drickamer, Vessey & Jacob. Animal Behavior: Mechanism, Ecology, Evolution 11th Ed. 2001 • Hickman & Kats. Laboratory Studies Integrated Principle 10th Ed. Robert/Larson Publishing, 2001 • Kardong, K. Vertebrate Comparative AnatomyMcGraw Hill, 2000. Revised by: Reviewed by: Noted by: MS. GEONYZL J. LEPITEN,MS-BIO NICEFORA L. TUBERA, MAST DR. Ma. TERESA GRAVINO Instructor Program Head, Biology Department Dean, CASBE Approved by:
  • 8. DR. MARIA LEAH VILLANO, MD Asst. Director of Academic Affairs

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