BIOL 315: Principles of Genetics

Introduction to the principles of genetics and chromosome cytology from the molecule to the population aspects, including application of the principles in animal breeding, plant breeding and applied human genetics.

ABCS 330: Zoological Field Studies

Introduction to the ecological biotopes and their faunal associations in the field. Practical field measurements of environmental variables responsible for survival of the biota. Evaluation of survival strategies of biota in freshwater, brackishwater,...

ABCS 324: Public Health Zoology Practical

This is the practical component of ABCS 304.

ABCS 323: Animal Physiology Practical

This is the practical component of ABCS 303.

ABCS 322: General Entomology Practical

This is the practical component of ABCS 302

ABCS 321: Comparative Chordate Biology Practical

This is the practical component of ABCS 301.

ABCS 318: Aquatic Biology

Water properties of biological importance. The seas: the open ocean and coastal waters. Factors determining water circulation. Effects of water circulation upon productivity. Pollution. Utilization and conservation. Lakes: origin of lakes and their biological...

ABCS 314: Principles of Conservation Science

Relation between biological and physical resources; principles of biodiversity conservation, social and economic. Evolutionary processes and biological adaptations. Declining and small populations paradigms. Species extinction. Threats to biological...

ABCS 312: Wetland Ecology

Definition, types, characteristics and functions of wetlands. Wetland hydrology and soils: physico-chemical properties of wetland soils. Wetland flora and fauna: adaptations, competition and survival strategies. Wetlands in Ghana.

ABCS 311: Systematics

Definitions and principles. Importance of taxonomy, International Code for Zoological Nomenclature, systems of Classification, Taxonomic characters, techniques and methodologies. Introduction to bio-informatics. Importance and management of Natural History...