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Module-I Tissues: Structure, location, classification and functions of epithelial tissue, Structure, location, classification and functions of connective tissue ,Structure, location, classification and functions of muscular tissue,Structure, location, classification and functions of nervous tissue & Structure and types of bones and cartilages.
ASSIGNMENT (1) :- Explain the structure & function of different types of tissue of human being .
PRACTICE (1) :- Preparation of temporary mounts: Squamous epithelium, Striated muscle fibres and nerve cells
Module-II Bone and Cartilage & Muscle:
Ossification, bone growth and resorption ,Histology of different types of muscle, Ultra structure of skeletal muscle, Chemical basis of muscle contraction.
ASSIGNMENT(2) :- Characteristics of Muscle twitch; Motor unit, summation and tetanus.
PRACTICE (2) :- Preparation of permanent slide of liver/skeletal muscle/any other tissue of given specimen.
Components of blood and their functions,Structure and functions of haemoglobin, Haemostasis,Blood clotting system,Kallikrein-Kinninogen system, Haemopoiesis Blood groups: Rh factor, ABO and MN.
ASSIGNMENT (3) :- Describe the types of different cells of blood .
ASSIGNMENT (4) :- Explain the blood coagulation system of man.
ASSIGNMENT (5) :- Describe the complement & fibrinolytic system.
PRACTICE (3) :- Determination of blood groups.
PRACTICE (4) :- Preparation of blood smear from blood cells.
PRACTICE (5) :- Estimation of haemoglobin using Sahli’s haemoglobinometer.
Module-IV Nervous System :
Organization of the Brain,Structure of neuron,Resting membrane potential,Origin of action potential and its propagation across the myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers,Types of synapse. Synaptic transmission and, Neuromuscular junction,Reflex action and its types - reflex arc, Physiology of hearing and vision.
ASSIGNMENT (6) :- Describe the structure & function of human brain.
ASSIGNMENT (7) :- How the impulses transmits in different body parts .
PRACTICE (6) :- Demonstration of the unconditioned reflex action (Deep tendon reflex such as knee jerk reflex).
PRACTICE (7) :- Anatomical model of eye .
PRACTICE (8) :- Anatomical model of ear .
Module-V Endocrine System I:
Classification of hormones,Histology & mechanism of action of pituitary gland,Histology & mechanism of action of thyroid gland,Histology & mechanism of action of parathyroid gland.
ASSIGNMENT (8) :- Describe the structure & function of pituitary gland & thyroid gland .
ASSIGNMENT (9) :- How the hormone adenalin & non-adrenalin hormone act in human body.
PRACTICE (9) :- Study of permanent slides of various Mammalian tissues.
PRACTICE (10) :- Study of slides of endocrine glands.
Module-VI Endocrine System II:
Histology & mechanism of action of pancrease ,Histology & mechanism of action of pineal gland,
Histology & mechanism of action of gonadal hormone,Regulation of their secretion; Mode of hormone action.
ASSIGNMENT (10) :- Describe the structure & function of hormones of pancrease.
PRACTICE (11) :- Identification of histological slides of lymphoid tissue.
Module-VII Neuroendocrine gland
Hypothalamus (neuroendocrine gland), Principal nuclei involved in neuroendocrine control of anterior pituitary and endocrine system, Role of hormone in growth.
ASSIGNMENT (11) :- Describe the role of placental hormone in development .
ASSIGNMENT (12) :- Explain the transductional pathways for steroidal & non-steroidal hormone.
PRACTICE (12) :- Preparation of permanent slide of any five mammalian (goat/chick) tissues by microtomy .
Describe the complement & fibrinolytic system