TUTORIAL - Postharvest Handling and Seed Technology

Postharvest technology of handling and storage of agriculture crops and the science and technology of seed production, processing, storage, testing, and quality control.

TUTORIAL - Prin. and Practices of Plant Breeding, Propagation, & NM

Principles and practices of underlying the development, evaluation, propagation ad management of improved crop plants and the care and management of plant nurseries.

GBH Fundamentals of Agricultural Engineering

The course focuses on Hydrology, irrigation, and drainage; soil and water conservation engineering; weather elements, climate classification, crop, and livestock environment.

GBB Biotechnology and Society

Biotechnology technology subject focus on biotechnology and its techniques, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) regulatory procedures; biotechnology products labeling and their impacts to humans and the environment (biosafety); intellectual property rights and international and local regulations affecting biotechnology.

TUTORIAL - Legumes and Root Crop Production

It deals the study of the principles and cultural practices of common leguminous crops and root crops. This is a 3 unit course – with lectures and laboratory class every week.

Tutorial - General Physiology and Toxicology

It deals with the study of chemical and physical properties of pesticides, their behavior, and biological impact, and comparative physiological and functional mechanism of pest groups.

GBA Crop Protection 1: Principles of Crop Protection

The principle of crop protection is more on the Identification, biology, and ecology of different pests and their natural enemies. 

GAE Introduction to Agriculture

Course Title: Introduction to Agriculture

Course Description: Overview of agriculture with emphasis on Philippine Agriculture.

Course Number of Units: 1 ( 2 hr per week)

Intended Learning Outcome: after completion of the course a student is equipped with knowledge, skills, and attitudes to enable him/her to:

LO 1: Promote and defend by channeling to others the value and importance of agriculture.

LO 2: Write article relating to Agriculture today and Sustainability

LO 3: Understand and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of national, regional and global developments;

 

GAC Animal Anatomy and Physiology

Course Title : Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals

 

 

Professor: Gerald C. Dimaducot
Course Description: This course is designed to review the anatomy of domestic farm animals. Designed to discuss the physiology of the various systems in common to all species and the differences in form and function where they exist.    

 Learning Outcomes:            

  1. Develop an understanding animal anatomy and corresponding physiology
  2. Discuss in scientific terms anatomy and physiology of animals
  3. 3.      Comparative analysis of domestic livestock and poultry

 

Content Framework

 

Week/s/Hour/s

Topic/s

Objectives

Activities

Assessment/s

Integrated Faith Learning (IFL)

1/2

A. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

B. Anatomy and Physiology of the Cell

1. Discuss the importance and systematic ways of cells functions

-Orientation

-Discussion

-Lecture

-Pre-test

-Assignment

There is no scientific study more vital to man than the study of his own brain. Our entire view of the universe depends on it.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 1

1/2

  1. Embryology
  2. The Skeletal System
  3. Microscopic Anatomy and Growth and Development of Bone

1. Discuss the skeletal systems, their functions and forms.

-Discussion

-Lecture

 

-Quiz

 

A physician's physiology has much the same relation to his power of healing as a cleric's divinity has to his power of influencing conduct.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 2

1/2

  1. Joints

G. Anatomy of the Muscular System

H. Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology of Muscle

1. Discuss the muscular systems, their role in the body and functions.

-Discussion

-Reporting

-Recitation

-Short quiz

Dissection, teaches us that the body of man is made up of certain kinds of materials as God made this

Amazing structures.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 3

1/2

  1. Blood and Other Body Fluids
  2. Body Defenses and the Immune System

1. Discuss the importance of blood and other fluid in the body.

-Discussion

-Lecture

-Video Presentation

-Post test

 

 According to George Church; “You should have personalized physiology, personalized medicine, where each person's different, and each body is an integrated whole”.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 4

1/2

  1. K.  Endocrinology
    1. The Integument System
    2. Anatomy and Physiology of the Mammary Glands
    3. Discuss the Endocrinology structure and functions in the body.
    4. Discuss the functions of skin in animal body.

Discussion

-Lecture

-Video Presentation

-Pre-test

-Assignment

According to Ivan Pavlov; “Physiology has, at last, gained control over the nerves which stimulate the gastric glands and the pancreas”.

 

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 5

1/3

  1. Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System
  2. Physiology of the Heart and Circulation

1. Discuss the Cardiovascular of the body and circulatory system of animal body

-Discussion

-Reporting

-Recitation

-Short quiz

One of the best ways to change is to act as if you are the person you want to become. When you behave as if you are a different person, you change on a very basic level - even your physiology changes.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 6

1/2

  1. The Respiratory System
  2. Anatomy of the Digestive System
  3. Physiology of Digestion

1. Discuss the respiratory systems, their function and forms.

-Discussion

-Reporting

-Post test

 

Once said; “Just as the science and art of agriculture depend upon chemistry and botany, so the art of education depends upon physiology and anatomy”.

1/3

Laboratory

-Laboratory

Exercise 7

1/2

  1. Nutrition and Metabolism
  2. The Urinary System
  3. Anatomy And Physiology of Poultry

1.Discuss the Urinary systems

2.Discuss the poultry anatomy and physiology differs to mammals.

Discussion

-Lecture

-Video Presentation

-Pre-test

-Assignment

According to Dominic Moceano; “Some coaches are not educated at the elite level in health and nutrition. They're not educated in how the body works from anatomy and physiology perspectives”.

1/3

Laboratory

-Visitation

Exercise 8

1/2

  1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Male and Female Reproductive System

1. Discuss the difference between male and female reproductive system of animals

-Discussion

-Reporting

-Post test

 

Once said; “The next frontier in nutrition will be about reconfiguring diets according to individual specific physiology, lifestyle, and health goals”

GAA Soil Science I: Principles of Soil Science

Course Description: Nature, Properties and Management of Soils

General Objectives:  

At the end of the semester, the students must be able to:

  1. Present to the students a unified view of the soil as a medium for plant growth and as a natural resource;
  2. Develop in the student skills in solving problems requiring the use of numerical data obtained from physical, chemical and biological experiments involving the soil;
  3. Provide basic information about the role of plant nutrients so that the students will be able to recognize and diagnose soil problems associated with poor plant growth;
  4. Develop in the student the ability to apply the principles of soil management in the control of soil fertility. Soil pH, and soil erosion; and
  5. Develop in the student the ability to interpret soil survey report.