max. 12 participants
Introduction 12.10.2016, 10.00, Seminar room Cell Imaging & Ultrastructure Research, Ebene 1, Spange 4, UZA1
Block on 9., 10., 16., 17., 23. and 24. Nov. 2016, 9.00-17.00 , Seminarraum CELL Imaging & Ultrastrukturforschung, UZA1, Ebene 1, Spange 4.
Assessment and permitted materials
Presence, engagement, written lab journal/protocol, drawings, oral presentation of a specific topic within the (greater) field of the course.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
After this hands-on course, the students have a thorough overview on basic structural processes. They can describe the structural composition of organisms by shape, form and position of cells, tissues and organs. Using this knowledge, students are able to address the links between structure and function. Students know the most important methods of structural biology on the morphological, histological and ultrastructural level.
Structure as a base of function in different plant organs; discussion of plant development with mutants; hand sections, microtome sections; light microscopy; drawings of anatomic sections; structure-specific staining.