940113 Agricultural genetics and biodiversity
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- Field trip
- Semester hours
- Lecturer (assistant)
- Strauss-Goller, Sabine , Strauss, Joseph
- Offered in
- Sommersemester 2022
- Languages of instruction
Day 1: Animal Biodiversity - Zoo Vienna ( Schönbrunn )
Aim: animal biodiversity, preservation of diversity, breeding programs for endangered species in terms of sustainability; locally adapted breeds on the example of cattle, sheep and chicken breeds.
Day 2 (Alternative): Anthropological collection / review of the NHM
- Previous knowledge expected
941.112 "Introduction to Genetics" for Agricultural Sciences
- Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)
Students gain a deeper insight to the topic "genes and biodiversity", which was discussed as a basis in the introductory lecuter "Introduction to Genetics" for Agricultural Sciences.
Students know after taking part in the 2-3-day field-trip the mechanisms of selection on the basis of examples of people, animals and plants.
The concept of "genetics, biodiversity and sustainability" will be demonstrated and understood by the examples of "animal breed variety" and "plant varieties" and the direct relationship between gene function and training or adaptation of organismic characteristics will be understood.
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