المواد الدراسية

Ecological introduction, species and population characteristics, and ecological equilibrium. Reasons behind species extinction, study of animals in Saudi Arabia (terrestrial and aquatic). The importance of animal conservation, endangered species,...
Characteristics of aquatic and terrestrial animal populations (natality rate, density, age distribution). Population growth, effect of abiotic factors on population growth (aquatic & terrestrial) species intra-and inter-relationships. Desert...
 Show the student to be able to look for related information to his field in some zoology branches such as histology, cytology, physiology, embryology, genetics, ecology or classification in vertebrates and invertebrates.   
Provide basic concepts of ecology of individuals, community & ecosystem ecology, effect of ecological factors & aquatic community, productivity & pollution Course Outline Ecology of individuals: Organisms limiting factors, Important...
Provide the student with principles of animal biology including Prokaryotes Bacteria Viruses Eukaryotes (Basics of cell Biology):Cell types (Prokaryotes Eukaryotes). Cell organelles Macromolecules:Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Enzymes and...
Definition of pollution and its relationship to the ecosystem; definition of pollutants; types of air, water and food pollution; physical contaminants (heat, noise and radiation); ways of pollutant control; biological effects of pollutants;...
Characteristics of aquatic and terrestrial populations (natality rate, mortality rate, density, and age distribution). Population growth, effect of abiotic factors on population growth (terrestrial and aquatic). Species intra- and inter-...
Structure, function and cytogenetics of the animal cell; different animal tissues; general characteristics and taxonomy of the Animal Kingdom; general characteristics of Subkingdom Protozoa with selected representative examples; taxonomy and...