Angiology and Neurology
||KHU 1011 (Osteology, Arthrology, Myology and Splanchnology)
||2, 3, 9
||Able to understanding in terms of:
1. Central nervous, peripheral nerves, somatic nerves, autonomic nerves (sympathetic and parasympathetic), sensory and motor
2. Morphology of the nervous system which includes the morphology of the encephalon and spinal cord
3. Cranial nerves and spinal nerves, including the types, properties and networks which are innervated
4. Brachial plexus and innervation of the cranial extremities
5. Lumbosacral plexus and innervation of the caudal extremities
6. Sensory organs including the skin, eyes, ears, nose, and tongue
7. The hearth (cor) morphology and blood vessels which exit or headed to heart (cor)
8. Blood vessels in the cranium, cervix, thorax, abdominal, and extremity areas as well as the supplied network
9. Lymphatic system: lymph node / nodule, lymph center, and lymph gland 2
Able to show/ perform in terms of:
1. To demonstrate an ability of basic skills how to take an encephalon, spinal cord and various ganglia; To demonstrate an ability to identify the parts of encephalon, spinal cord and various ganglia
2. To demonstrate an ability to do a preparation and identification of cranial and spinal nerves and also the innervated tissue which innervated by the nerves
3. To demonstrate an ability to do a preparation and identification the parts of the heart
4. To demonstrate an ability to do a preparation and identification of blood vessel and tissue which is supplied by the vessels
5. To demonstrate an ability to do a preparation and identification of sensory and parts of its.
Able toanalyzed in terms of:
1. The morphology of the encephalon, cranial nerves and relationships each part with another body system and the basic difference on various domestic animals
2. The morphology of the spinal cord, spinal nerves, and relationships organs/ tissues are innervated.
3. Name / type of nerves based on morphology, location and organ which are innervated
4. The various sensory organs in domestic animals.
5. The morphology of hearth (cor) and also the parts of the hearth; To have an ability to explain the basic differences of the hearth on a variety of domestic animals
6. Blood vessels in the cranium area, cranial extremities, caudal extremities, thorax and abdomen along with the area supplied; and able to explain differences in various domestic animals including morphology and location.
7. The lymphatic system components, able to describe the structure, morphology and topography of primary and secondary lymphoid organs: thymus, bursa fabricius, bone marrow, lien, lymph node/lymph nodes, including lympho centers, and lymph vessels.
Able to conduct a teamwork to discuss some multiple discipline lectures
1. Independent, creative and innovative in enhancing knowledge by utilizing information technology and other resources to improve knowledge and understanding
2. Abletoworkandlearningroupsorteamstoimprovethe skills and knowledge
3. Able to communicate his or her knowledge and opinions both on oral and writing
4. Attitude : Faithful and fearful to God Almighty, Honest, fair, integrity, and polite, Proficient, academic, and professional, Curious (curiosity), innovative, dynamic, and efficient, Appreciate the originality of ideas, concepts, and other discoveries, Appreciate the interdisciplinary efforts in exploring, utilizing and conserve natural resources
5. Give an attention and could appreciate the views and opinions of others.
Cytology, Basic Histology and Embryology
||1, 2, 3, 9
||CO1: able to identify the structure of cell, the shape variety of cell, the structure of epithel, connective, muscle, nerve tissues, the variety fertilization process, the stages of cleavage, the variety of vertebrate blastula, the variety of vertebrate grastrula, the embryonic tabulation process of vertebrate, the organogenesis of vertebrate.
CO2: able to show the histology of epithel, connective, muscle and nerve tissues, the cleavage stages of vertebrate, the blastula, gastrula stages of vertebrate, the organ development of vertebrate
CO3: able to differences in histology between epithel, connective, muscle and nerve tissues
CO4: able to conduct a teamwork to discuss some multidiscipline lectures
||Veterinary Physiology I
||KHU 1011 (Osteology, Arthrology, Myology and Splanchnology), KHU 1021 (Veterinary Biochemistry I)
||2, 3, 9
||CO1: Able to identify the function of organs in various systems including the nervous system, respiration, circulation, endocrinology, digestion, and thermoregulation
CO2: Able to explain the mechanism the function of organs in various systems including the nervous system, respiration, circulation, endocrinology, digestion, and thermoregulation
CO3: Able to work in the laboratory
CO4: Able to conduct a teamwork to discuss some multidiscipline lectures
||Veterinary Basic Parasitology
||CO1: Understand and could describe the life of the parasite; include: Symbiosis and parasitism ,; Types of parasites, hospes and types of hospes; Stage, life cycle and parasite breeding (Nematodes, Cestods, Trematoda, Achantocephala, Protozoa and Arthropods).
CO2: Are able to carry out practical work in labs and outdoors to diagnosis animal diseases especially when caused by parasites (Observe morphology and identify Parasites: protozoa, arthropods, nematoda, cestoda, trematoda, acanthocephala)
CO3: Capable and can manage the aspect of parasitology as an important factor in animal health compete and capable to communicate problems caused by parasites
Veterinary Biochemistry II
||KHU 1021 (Veterinary Biochemistry I)
||2, 3, 9
||CO1: Able to understand the carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, nucleic acid metabolism, Amino acid and protein metabolism, enzyme and hormone metabolism, photosisntesis, bioenergetics, vitamin and mineral metabolism
CO2: Able to show and differencescarbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, nucleic acid metabolism, Amino acid and protein metabolism, enzyme and hormone metabolism, photosisntesis, bioenergetics, vitamin and mineral metabolism
CO3: Able to create collaboration on inter cultural basis, multi courses, and create participatory leadership among student (to improve student soft skills: active listening, and socio- cultural awareness).