Educational guide 2020_21
Escola de Enxeñaría Forestal
Grao en Enxeñaría Forestal
 Subjects
  Botany
   Contents
Topic Sub-topic
1. Concept of Botanist. Categories and taxonomic unities. Botanic nomenclature.
3. The reproduction Types of reprodution. Biological cycles. Alternation of generations and his importance.
2. Morphological levels of vegetal organization. Traffic of Therophytes to Cormophytes. Generalities of the vascular plants and its adaptive advantages.
4. The plants with seed (Spermatophytes). General characters. Root and cut. Main type and modifications. The leaf, special trainings and philotaxic. Forms of life.
5. The flower. Concept of flower in gymnosperms and
angiosperms. Floral receptacle. Perianth. Androceo. Xineceo. Inflorescences
6. Pollination Main type and floral syndromes. Evolution of the flower in relation of type of pollination
7. Fertilization Differences between the fertilization in Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. Training of the seed. Fruits and Infoscences. Dispersion.
8. Gymnosperms General characters. Reproduction: Vital cycle. Main groups. Division Cycadophyta. Division Ginkgophyta.
9. Division Coniferophyta. General characteristics. Class Coniferopsida General characteristics. Class Coniferopsida
10. Order Coniferales, Family Pinaceae. General characteristics. Ecological importance, forestal and economic. Genders more representative.
11. Family Cupressaceae. General characteristics. Genders more representative.
13. Quotation of the families Podocarpaceae and Cephalotaxaceae. Order Taxales, Family Taxaceae, species more relevants and forestal importes. Especies máis relevantes e importancia ecolóxica e forestal.
14. Anxiospermas. Div. Magnoliophyta General characters. Reproduction: Vital cycle. Differential characters go in the classes Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledonous) and Liliopsida (monocotiledóneas).
15. Magnolipsida Class (dicotyledonous). Subclase 1: Magnoliidae. General characters. Families: Magnoliaceae, Lauraceae, Ranunculaceae, Berberidaceae. Genders and species more important and examples.
16. Subclass 2: Hamamelididae. General characters of the families Hamamelidaceae and Platanaceae. Species of forestal and ornamental interest.
17. Special quotation of the families Fagaceae and Betulaceae. Genders and species more relevants. Ecological and economic interest.
18. Family Juglandaceae. General characters of the families Ulmaceae and Moraceae. Especies máis relevantes e importancia forestal
20. Subclass 4: Dillenidae. General characters of the families of main economic and forestall: Theaceae, Tiliaceae, Cistaceae, Salicaceae, Brasicaceae, Ericaceae.
21. Subclass 5: Rosidae. Families of main forstal interest: Rosaceae, Leguminosaceae, Myrtaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Rutaceae, Anacardiaceae, Hippocastanaceae, Aceraceae, Rhamnaceae, Buxaceae.
22. Subclass 6: Asteridae. Quotation of the most representative families: Solanaceae, Caprifoliaceae, Lamiaceae, Oleaceae and Asteraceae
23. Class Liliopsida (monocotiledoneas). Differential characters and families more significant.
24. Concept of Geobotanic Distribution of the plants and floristic territories. Biogeographic kingdoms.
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