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PROGRAMMECOURSE CODE &TITLECOURSE PLANBSc BOTANY15U2CCENG3: CRITICAL THINKING, ACADEMICWRITING AND COURSE OBJECTIVESComprehends fundamental concepts of critical reasoning and develops the capacity to readand respond critically, drawing conclusions, generalizing, differentiating fact from opinion andcreating their own arguments.Develops appropriate and impressive writing styles for various contextsWrite and correct structural imperfections and edit what they have written.Develops capacity for making academic presentations effectively and impressivelySynthesize information from various written sources and present them in the form of summaries.Write original literary creations in different genres as directed, with/without using prompts.SESSIONLEARNINGRESOURCESTOPICMODULE I12345Introduction to Critical ThinkingIntroduction to Critical ThinkingIntroduction to Critical ThinkingIntroduction to Critical ThinkingReasoning and Arguments6Reasoning and Arguments7Reasoning and Arguments8Reasoning and Arguments9Reasoning and Arguments10Reasoning and Arguments111213141516Deductive and Inductive ArgumentsDeductive and Inductive ArgumentsDeductive and Inductive ArgumentsDeductive and Inductive ArgumentsDeductive and Inductive vities/DiscussionActivities/DiscussionCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookREMARKS

1718FallaciesInferential Comprehension19Inferential Comprehension20Inferential Comprehension2122Inferential ComprehensionInferential Comprehension23Inferential Comprehension24Critical Thinking and Academic Writing25Critical Thinking and Academic Writing26Critical Thinking and Academic WritingCourse ourse roupActivitiesGroupActivitiesINTERNAL ASSESSMENT TEST 127282930313233343536373839404142Writing ModelsWriting ModelsWriting ModelsWriting ModelsWriting ModelsWriting LettersWriting LettersWriting LettersWriting LettersWriting a Letter to the EditorWriting a Letter to the EditorWriting a Letter to the EditorWriting a Letter to the EditorLetter to the EditorLetter to the EditorResume WritingPresentationCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookMODULE III4344454647484950525354Covering LetterCovering LetterEmailsLectureLectureCourse bookEmailsInterview SkillsInterview SkillsInterview SkillsGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionAccuracy in Academic writingAccuracy in Academic writingCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse book

55565758596061626364656667Accuracy in Academic writingArticles and DeterminersArticles and DeterminersNouns and PronounsSubject-verb agreementPhrasal verbsModalsTensesTensesTensesConditional clausesRelative PronounsPassive VoicesCourse bookCourse bookLectureLectureCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookINTERNAL ASSESSMENT TEST 2686970717273ConjunctionsEmbedded questionsEmbedded questionsPunctuations and AbbreviationsSoft skills for academic presentationsEffective communication skillsFlip Charts, OHP, Power point presentation74Clarity and brevity in presentation75Interaction and persuasion76Interview skills77Interview skills78Interview skills79Group Discussion80Group Discussion81Group Discussion82Group Discussion83Group Discussion84Group Discussion858687Review Session 1Review Session 1LectureCourse bookCourse bookCourse bookCourse nsGroupPresentations

888990Review Session 2Review Session 3Review Session 4INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINAR – Details & GuidelinesDate ofcompletion14/1/2016Topic of Assignment & Nature of assignment(Individual/Group – Written/Presentation –Graded or Non-graded etc)Writing Tasks- Different Types of LettersGROUP ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITES – Details & GuidelinesTopic of Assignment & Nature of assignmentDate of(Individual/Group – Written/Presentation –completionGraded or Non-graded etc)122/02/201615/1/16Brochure designModel Slide Presentation

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMECOURSE CODE ANDTITLEHOURS/WEEKUG COMMON COURSE15U2CCENG4: MUSINGS ON VITALISSUES4SEMESTER2CREDIT2HOURS/SEM72COURSE OBJECTIVESAppreciate inspirational literatures of various literary genres across culturesCritically engage with literary texts written in different languages and later translated intoEnglishCritically engage with biographical sketch of the authors and familiarize their personality,oeuvre and style.Develop a creative and insightful perspective towards lifeApply the unfathomable power of literatures in their writings and creative ULE I –GLOBALIZATION AND ITSCONSEQUENCESFritjof Capra : “The Dark Side of Growth”Fritjof Capra : “The Dark Side of Growth”Fritjof Capra : “The Dark Side of Growth”Joseph Stiglitz : “Globalization”Joseph Stiglitz : “Globalization”Joseph Stiglitz : “Globalization”D H Lawrence : “Money Madness”S Joseph : “For the Dispossessed”S Joseph : “For the Dispossessed”S Joseph : “For the Dispossessed”Vandana Shiva : “The Social Costs of EconomicGlobalization”Vandana Shiva : “The Social Costs of EconomicGlobalization”Vandana Shiva : “The Social Costs of EconomicGlobalization”Jagannath Prasad Das : “Kalahandi”Jagannath Prasad Das : “Kalahandi”Jagannath Prasad Das : “Kalahandi”Leah Levin : “Universal Declaration of LectureLectureLecturePPT/Lecturevideo

18Leah Levin : “Universal Declaration of HumanRights”Leah Levin : “Universal Declaration of HumanRights”Nani A Palkivala : “Human Rights and LegalResponsibilities”Nani A Palkivala : “Human Rights and LegalResponsibilities”Nani A Palkivala : “Human Rights and LegalResponsibilities”Martin Luther King : “I Have a Dream”Martin Luther King : “I Have a Dream”Martin Luther King : “I Have a Dream” CIA – IMODULE II- HUMAN RIGHTSKalpana Jain : “Stigma, Shame and Silence”Kalpana Jain : “Stigma, Shame and Silence”Kalpana Jain : “Stigma, Shame and Silence”Wole Soyinka : “Telephone Conversation”Wole Soyinka : “Telephone Conversation”Richard Wright : “Twelve Million Black Voices”Richard Wright : “Twelve Million Black Voices”Richard Wright : “Twelve Million Black Voices”Aruna Roy : “Tune in to the Voice of the Deprived”Aruna Roy : “Tune in to the Voice of the Deprived”Aruna Roy : “Tune in to the Voice of the Deprived”Johannes V. Jensen : “Lost Forests”Johannes V. Jensen : “Lost Forests”Johannes V. Jensen : “Lost Forests”Omprakash Valmiki : “Joothan”Omprakash Valmiki : “Joothan”Omprakash Valmiki : “Joothan”MODULE –III Gender QuestionJamaica Kincaid : “Girl”Jamaica Kincaid : “Girl”MODULE III- GENDER QUESTIONPPT/Lecture45Jamaica Kincaid : “Girl”Lecture46Taslima Nasrin : “At the Back of Progress”Discussion47Taslima Nasrin : “At the Back of Progress”48Taslima Nasrin : “At the Back of Progress”49Judy Brady : “Why I Want a Wife”Lecture50Judy Brady : “Why I Want a Wife”51Judy Brady : “Why I Want a eovideovideoPresentationPresentationVideoVideo

52J B Priestley : “Mother’s Day”53J B Priestley : “Mother’s Day”Lecture,discussionLecture54J B Priestley : “Mother’s Day”Discussion55J B Priestley : “Mother’s Day”Lecture56Amartya Sen : “More Than 100 Million Women areMissing57Amartya Sen : “More Than 100 Million Women areMissing58Amartya Sen : “More Than 100 Million Women areMissing59Amartya Sen : “More Than 100 Million Women Revision6970 - 72 RevisionCIA NDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINAR – Details & GuidelinesDate ofcompletion2/2/201628/1/201612Topic of Assignment & Nature of assignment (Individual/Group –Written/Presentation – Graded or Non-graded etc)PresentationsRole PlaysGROUP ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITES – Details & GuidelinesDate ofTopic of Assignment & Nature of assignment (Individual/Group –completionWritten/Presentation – Graded or Non-graded etc)1212/1/201620/1/2016Group DiscussionsPerformancesReferencesDr P J George Ed. Musings on Vital Issues. Orient Blackswan and Mahatma GandhiUniversity.

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMEBACHELOR OF SCIENCE – BOTANY15U2CCHIN2A - TRANSLATION,COURSE CODE CORRESPONDENCE, ESSAYS AND APPLIEDAND TITLEGRAMMAR (SEM II)HOURS/WEEK4SEMESTER2CREDIT4HOURS/SEM72COURSE OBJECTIVESRecognize and get introduced to the minor genres such as essay to develop their social andmoral sense in life.Define grammatical structure of Hindi language and analyse the problems, challenges ofcommunication in Hindi.Use Hindi language for effective communication in different fields like administration, officeproceedings, insurance etc.To understand translation as a linguistic, communicative and cultural activity.Acquire skills of correspondence, drafting official and scientific documents in the fields ofadministration, media and LE IImportance of Grammar in Languagelearning.Part I VyakaranPart I VyakaranPart I VyakaranImportance of TranslationTranslationTranslationExercise -TranslationImportance of Letter writingPart II Patra LekhanAche Patra Ki VisheshtayenImportance of Hindi EssaysPatron Ke PrakarNibandh Ke PrakarNibandh Ke PrakarPart I VyakaranPart I ExerciseDiscussionExerciseExercise

43444546474849505152535455565758Exercise -TranslationRevisionPatron Ke PrakarNibandh Ke AngNibandh Lekhan Sambandhi ctureLecture/DiscussionLecture/PPTCIA – I (1Hour Exam)MODULE IILectureExercise Oriented GrammarLecture/DiscussionExercise Oriented GrammarLecture/ DiscussionExercise Oriented GrammarLecture/PPTPart II Patra Lekhan, Parivarik PatraInteractionPart II Patra Lekhan, Parivarik PatraLectureExercise –TranslationLecture/DiscussionExercise –TranslationInteractionRevisionLectureExercise Oriented GrammarLecture/ DiscussionExercise Oriented GrammarLecture/PPTPart II Patra Lekhan , Nimantran PatraLectureNibandh 3Lecture/ DiscussionNibandh 3,ExerciseLectureExercise –TranslationLecture/ DiscussionExercise –TranslationLecture/PPTPart II Patra Lekhan,Vyavasayik PatraLectureNibandh 4Lecture/DiscussionNibandh 4,ExerciseLecture/DiscussionNibandh 5LectureNibandh 6Lecture/ DiscussionNibandh 6,ExerciseInteractionRevisionCIA – II (2 Hours Exam)MODULE IIILecture/PPTExercise Oriented GrammarLectureExercise Oriented GrammarLectureNibandh 7Lectutre/DiscussionNibandh 7, ExerciseLecture/PPTPart II Patra Lekhan, Adhikarik PatraLecture/ DiscussionPart II Patra Lekhan, Adhikarik PatraLectureExercise –TranslationLecture/DiscussionExercise –TranslationLectureNibandh 8Lecture/ DiscussionNibandh 8,ExerciseLectureExercise ciseExerciseExercise

596061626364656667Exercise Oriented GrammarExercise Oriented GrammarPart II Patra Lekhan, Shikayati PatraNibandh 9Nibandh 9,ExerciseExercise – TranslationPart II Patra Lekhan , Karyalayi PatraNibandh 10Nibandh nEvaluation of the ecture/ ionPresentation bystudentsPresentation bystudentsInteractionInteractionExerciseGROUP ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITES – Details & GuidelinesSLNODate ofcompletion1January2JanuaryTopic of Assignment & Nature ofassignment (Individual/Group –Written/Presentation – Graded or Non-graded etc)Exercise activity based on Patra lekhan (GroupDiscussion)Translation of a passage from English toHindi.(Group Activity)References Hindi vyakaran by Kamta Prasad Guru , Prabhat PrakashanWeb resource references:

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMECOURSE CODEAND TITLEBSC BOTANY15U2CCFRN2A - FRENCH LANGUAGE ANDCOMMUNICATION SKILLS IIHOURS/WEEK4SEMESTER2CREDIT4HOURS/SEM72COURSE OBJECTIVESTo understand the basic concepts of French language including grammar, vocabulary and sentence structureTo understand the basic communication skills necessary for living in France and French speaking countries.Describe oneself and ones surroundings using a repertory of words and expressions in a simple and structuredgrammatical manner.Develop business communication skillsExpress an issue of concern including topics like environmental, social or health issues, enumerate its causes andconsequences and suggest solutionsTo understand the mannerisms, culture and tradition of France and Francophone countries and compare it toone's own country and develop co-cultural feelingTo understand and appreciate the history of France and Francophone countries and compare it to one's owncountryTo understand the special features of France including gastronomy, social institutions, policis, the presentFrench scenario and compare it to one's own countrySESSIONLEARNINGRESOURCESTOPICMODULE I12345678910111213Introducing French BasicsFrench BasicsPronominal verbsPronominal verbs practiceSentence contruction using pronominalverbsSentence constructionSentence constructionGrammar- present tenseCommunicative skillsCommunicative skillsCommunicative skillsNarrate a dayNarrate a dayMODULE IIRole play, gamesLectureGames, musicGamesGamesGamesGamesRole playLectureRole PlayRole PlayDiscussions ICTDiscussions14Interrogative adjectifsGame15Interrogative adjectifsLecture16Demonstrative adjectivesGame17.Demonstrative AdjectivesLectureVALUEREMARKSADDITIONS

18.1920212223242526272829Sentence constructionSentence constructioncivilisationVocabulary buildingVocabulary BuildingBuying a product, French productsBuying a productBuying a ssionRole playRole playRevisionRevisionrevisionCIA IMODULE III54PPT/LectureGamesDiscussionsRole playGamesmusicSentence construction(negative form)gamesLectureFuture procheLectureFuture procheRole playGiving and taking orderRole playOrdering at a restaurantGames, musicVocabulary buildingGames, MusicVocabulary ussionCIA IIMODULE IVPast tense (avoir)LecturePast tense(etre)LecturePast tense (pronominal)LectureSentence formationGamesSentence formationGamesDescribe a past eventLectureNarrate your day in the pastcommunicationDiary writingassignmentVocabulary buildinggamesPart time jobs, vocabularyLecture55Part time jobs-adsRole plays56Exploring part time jobsRole play57Putting up an ad and responsing to anad on part-time 3Food vocabularyFood vocabularyIntercultural studiesSentence constructionSentence ConstructionArticles partitifsLecture/Seminar/Discussion

Role play59Putting up an ad and responsing to anad on part-time jobFrench culture60French CultureDiscussion61French cultureDiscussion62French cultureDiscussion63DELF PREPARATION64DELF PREPARATION65DELF PREPARATION66DELF PREPARATION67DELF PREPARATION68DELF PREPARATION69DELF PREPARATION70DELF PREPARATION71DELF PREPARATION72DELF PREPARATION58DiscussionINDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINAR – Details & GuidelinesDate ofcompletion12By FebruaryReferencesVersion Originale, site webTopic of Assignment & Nature ofassignment (Individual/Group –Written/Presentation – Graded or Nongraded etc)Presentation on gastronomy of each regionroleplays

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMECOURSE CODE ANDTITLEBACHELOR OF SCIENCE in BOTANYSEMESTER215U2CCSAN2A: COMMUNICATIONSKILLS IN SANSKRITCREDIT44HOURS/SEM72HOURS/WEEKCOURSE OBJECTIVESDeveloping the basic knowledge in SanskritStudents develop the communication skills insanskritStudents familiarize the figures of speech andtheir usageStudents get an awareness about aesthetic valuesStudents get an awareness about Indian classicalpoetic traditionTo understand moral values through DramaStudents develop writing skills in SanskritStudents get awareness about Verbal DULE I1Introducing VibhakthiLecture2Prathama vibhakthiDiscussion3Dvitheeya vibhakthiLecture4Thritheeya vibhakthiLecture5Chathurthi vibhakthiLecture6Panchami vibhakthiChalk n talk7Shashti vibhakthiLecturee-resourceREMARKS

8Sapthami vibhakthiChalk n talk9SambhodhanaprathamaLecture10Akarantha pulinga bala shabhaLecture11Aakarantha sthreelinga Latha shabdhaDiscussion12Ekarantha pulinga Kavi shabdhaDiscussion13Ukarantha pulinga Guru shabdhaPPT/Lecture14RevisionMODULE II15Structure of sentence- Present tensePPT/Lecture16Prathama purusha ekavachaamChalk n talk17Prathama purusha dvivachaamLecture18Prathama purusha bahuvachaamLecture19Madhyama purusha ekavachaamLecture20Madhyam purusha dvivachaamGame21Madhyam purusha bahuvachaamGame22Uthamapurusha ekavachaamPPT/Lecture23Uthamapurusha dvivachaamPPT/Lecture24Uthamapurusha bahuvachaamLecture25Past tense- PrathamapurushaLecture26CIA-127Past tense -MadhyamapurushaLecture28Past tense - UthamapurushaChalk n talk29Future tense - PrathamapurushaChalk n talk30Future tense - MadhyamapurushaDiscussion31Future tense - UthamapurushaDiscussion32Sentence making in Sanskrit-Active voiceLecture

33Sentence making in Sanskrit –Passive voice34Revision35RevisionLectureMODULE III36Introduction MeghadoothaLecture37Explaining KhandakavyamLecture38Yaksha -cursePPT/Lecture39Yaksha’s meeting with cloudPPT/Lecture40Requesting to cloud41Praising cloudLecture42Yaksha directing cloudLecture43Meeting with Balaka birdChalk n aining Mountain47Directing to LectureMODULE IV50Introduction Mrichakatika dramaPPT/Lecture51CharudathaPPT/Lecture Video52VasanthasenaPPT/Lecture53Vasanthasena’s visitingPPT/Lecture54Rajasyala SamsthanakaLecture55Vasanthasena ‘s meeting with CharudathaLecture56Matithreya’s conversation with RadanikaPPT/LectureDebate

mbling incidentPPT/Lecture60Catching GamblerPPT/Lecture61EscapingPPT/LectureCIA - II62Vasanthasena’s talk with her servant63thritheeyankaLectureRebhila’s music discussionLecture65Sharvilaka –the thiefLecture66Taking gold from MaithreyaPPT/Lecture67Charudatha talk with MaithreyaPPT/Lecture68Dootha’s Revision64GroupdiscussionINDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINAR – Details & GuidelinesDate of completion12By FebruaryTopic of Assignment & Nature ofassignment (Individual/Group –Written/Presentation – Graded or Non-gradedetc)Kalidasa’s MahakavyasSanskrit Drama

GROUP ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITES – Details & GuidelinesTopic of Assignment & Nature ofassignment (Individual/Group –Date of completionWritten/Presentation – Graded or Non-gradedetc)By February1Bhasa’s dramas2Khandakavyas in SanskritReferences1.Meghadhoota of Kalidasa (Poorva-Megha; 1-20 Slokas)2.Mrichakatika-kathasamgraha, (Chapters 1, 2&3), by Prof. P.C. Vasudevan Elayat3.Siddharupam, Vidyarambham Press, Alappuzha4.Sabdamanjari, Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series office, Varanasi5.Dhaturupamanjari, Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series office, Varanasi6.Samskritavyakaranapravesika, Pandit L Anantharama Sastri7.Balabodhini, Rajarshi Sree Rama Varma, Publication Divison, Govt.Sanskrit College,Trippunittura

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMECOURSE CODE & TITLEHOURS/WEEKB.Sc BOTANY15U2CCMAL2A കവിത4SEMESTERCREDITSHOURS/SEM2472COURSE OBJECTIVESകവിത �ക്കുറിച്ച് മെച്ചമെട്ട ധാരണ �ം �ൂമെ �യനാഭിരുചി �ത്യ പരിചയം �ിക ത്ലത്തിൽ �ക്കുവാനുള്ളകഴിവ് �ൂമെ ആശയവിനിെയയശഷി esourcesTeaching MethodModule �ന്തില ാപികാദണ്ഡകംല ാപികാദണ്ഡകം11ല ��യചരിിപ്ത്ങ്ങള് �ങള് �ങള് �ങള് നങ്ങള് നങ്ങള് p DiscussionLecturingReadingGroup DiscussionLecturingReadingGroup DiscussionLecturingReadingGroup DiscussionRemarks

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45പഠിച്ച കവിതകൾ ഒരുഅവയലാകനംGroup DiscussionTextModule- IV4647484950515253545556െലയാള - നൂത്നപ്പവണത്കള് �്നിആ പ ുകുട്ടിയുത്തെ മരണംആ പ ുകുട്ടിയുത്തെ ��സലയഎന്തു ുെി ഏതു tTextTextTextLecturingGroup DiscussionLecturingGroup DiscussionLecturingLecturingGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionGroup �ക മലയാളകവിതസമകാലീക മലയാളകവിതസമകാലീക മലയാളകവിതപഠിച്ച കവിതകൾ � കവിതകൾ ഒരുഅവയലാകനംInternal Assessment 2Question paper discussionപഠിച്ച കവിതകൾ � കവിതകൾ ാർEvaluation of the course5960616263646566676869707172ുെി ഏതുുെിGroup Group DiscussionGroup DiscussionTextGroup Group DiscussionGroup xtTextTextTextTextGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionGroup DiscussionGroup entationPresentationGroup Discussion

ASSIGNMENTSSl noDateofsubmission/completionTopic of Assignment & Nature of assignment(Individual/Group – Written/Presentation –Graded or Non-graded etc)1By Februaryമലയാളെിത്തല �ികളുത്തെ വിവരണങ്ങൾസിലബസിൽ ��തകളുത്തെ pletionTopic of semiar & Nature of seminar(Individual/Group – Written/Presentation –Graded or Non-graded etc)By Februaryപാഠഭാഗങ്ങളുമെ �ുമെ അവത്രണംReference :1. സമ്പൂർണ മലയാള സാഹിത്യചരിത്ത്ം – എഡിറ്റര് :പന്മന രാമചത്രന് നായർ2. മലയാള കവിതാസാഹിതയ ചരിത്തം - ഡാ .എം .ലീലാവതി

COURSE PLANPROGRAMMECOURSE CODEAND TITLEBACHELOR OF SCIENCE, BOTANYSEMESTER215U2CRBOT02: MYCOLOGY,LICHENOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGYCREDIT34HOURS/SEM72HOURS/WEEKCOURSE OBJECTIVESStudents would define the diversity of fungi and LichensStudents will be able to explain the reproductive behavior in fungi and lichenStudents will be able to apply the biotechnological application of fungiStudents would analyze the economic significance of the fungal worldStudents will be equipped to evaluate the requirement of mushroom cultivation at a smallscale industry levelStudents will be able to develop strategies to identify plant diseases and it’s S ADDITIONSTOPICMODULE oduction to the courseClassification based on Ainsworth (1973)Myxomycotina – General CharactersMastigomycotina - General CharactersAlbugo.Zygomycotina General omycesPencilliumXylariaPezizaBasidiomycotina - General CharactersPucciniaPucciniaAgaricusFusarium, evolutionary trends in fungusMODULE turePPT/LecturePPT/LecturePPT/LecturePPT/Lecture videoLectureLectureLecture

19. Economic importance of Fungi – useful andharmful aspects20. Fungi of Agricultural importance –mycoherbicides21. myconematicides, mycoparasites22. Fungal biotechnology- Fundamental principles.23. Mushrooms- edible and poisonous types24. cultivation technique-Spawn production25. Cultivation of Oyster mushroomCIA-1PRACTICALS26. Albugo27. Albugo28. Rhizopus29. rmelia42.PPT/LecturePPT/Lecture videoPPT/LecturePPT/LectureLectureLectureHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsession

Parmelia43.Hands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionIsolation and culture of Oyster mushroom44. mycelium.Isolation and culture of Oyster mushroom45. mycelium.Preparation of bed for mushroom cultivation.46.Preparation of bed for mushroom cultivation.47.Staining of endomycorrhiza or fungus using48. Trypan BlueStaining of endomycorrhiza or fungus using49. Trypan Blue50. Repetition if needed51. Repetition if needed52. Repetition if neededLICHENOLOGY Module 1General account , economic and ecologicalPPT/Lecture53. importance of lichenStructure, reproduction and life cycle ofPPT/Lecture54. Parmelia.PLANT PATHOLOGY Module 1History of plant pathology, Classification ofPPT/Lectureplant diseases on the basis of causativeorganism and symptoms, Host parasite55. interactionDefense mechanism in host, Mechanism ofPPT/Lectureinfection, transmission and dissemination of56. diseases.Module 2Control of plant diseases – ProphylaxisPPT/Lecturequarantine measures, seed certificationTherapeutic – physical therapy, chemotherapy.57. Biological control.CIA 2Module 358. Bunchy top of Banana, Cassava Mosaic Disease PPT/LecturePPT/Lecture59. Citrus Canker Root, wilt of Coconut.PPT/Lecture60. Abnormal leaf fall of Rubber.Fungicides - Bordeaux mixture, Tobacco Neem PPT/Lecture61. decotion, preparation.Module 4

Medical mycology- Mention about fungalinfections of man – Fungal allergens Athelet’s62. foot, aspergillosis, candidiosis, aflatoxinPRACTICALSBunchy top of Banana63.Cassava Mosaic Disease64.Citrus Canker65.Root wilt of Coconut66.Abnormal leaf fall of Rubber67.herbarium preparation68.herbarium preparation69.herbarium preparation70.Bordeaux mixture71.72. Tobacco xperientiallearningHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionHands onsessionINDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS/SEMINAR – Details & GuidelinesTopic of Assignment & Nature of assignmentDate of(Individual/Group – Written/Presentation –completionGraded or Non-graded etc)Collection and identification of various species listed14/1/2016in the syllabus225/1/2016Fungus as a tool in genetic engineeringREFERENCES1. Ahamadjian Vernon and Hale M.E (eds) 1973. The Lichens , Academic press, NewDelhi.2. Ainsworth G.C ., Sparrow K.F & Sussman A.S (eds) 1973. The Fungi an advancedTreatise, Vol. 4 a & 4b, a Taxonomic review with keys , academic press New York.3. Alexopaulos C.J, Mims, C.W & C.W Blackwell,M 1996 Introductory Mycology .JohnWilly and sons, INC . New York.4. Bilgrami K.S and Dube H.C 1976 A Text book of Modern Plant pathology ,: Vikas5. Campbell R 1987 Plant Microbiology , ELBS Edward Arnold , London .

6. George N. Agrios 1988. Plant Pathology, Academic Press Ltd., London.7. Greth Jones,D 1989 Plant Pathology –Principles and Practice , Aditya books, NewDelhi.8. Gupta V .K & Paul T.S 2004, Fungi & Plant deseases. Kalyani publishers , New Delhi9. Hale M.E 1983 The Biology of Lichen,3rd edition Edward Arnold, London.10. Jim Deacon 2007 Fungal Biology , 4th edition , Blackwell Publishing ,Ane Books Pvt.Ltd.11. Jim Deacon, 2007. Fungal Biology. Black Well Publishing.12. Krishnamurthy K.V. 2004. An Advanced Text Book on Biodiversity Principles andpractice. Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.13. Malhotra & Aggarwal Ashok 2003 Plant Pathology, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co14. Mamatha Rao, 2009, Microbes and Non flowering plants- impact and application AneBoopks Pvt Ltd.15. Misra A and Agrawa P.R 1978 Lichens ,New Delhi : Oxford and IBH.16. Nair M.C (eds) 1990 Mushroom Technical Bulletin 17 , Kerala Agricultural UniversityMannuthy17. Nita Bahl 2002. Hand book on Mushrooms, Oxford & IBH Publishing C. Pvt. Ltd. NewDelhi.18. Sharma P.D 2004 , The Fungi , 2nd Edition , Rasthogi publication19. Singh, Pande Jain 2007, Diversity of Microbes and Cr

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