East African Wildlife Ecology II

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Course Code: 
TOU 1204
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
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Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 
  1. Introduction to and animals and their classification and characteristics.
  2. Natural history of East Africa’s animals.
  3. Ethnozoology; the cultural, biological, environmental and economic value of animals.
  4. Scientific study of animals, binomial nomenclature animal classification, kingdoms of life; prakaryotes, eukaryotes. 
  5. Origins of metazoa; architectural patterns of animals; levels of organization; animal body plans, animal symmetry, evolution of body cavities, meteorism and caphalization; general characteristics and basic structural features of major invertebrate and vertebrate phyla. 
  6. Adaptability of the chordate plan as exemplified by modern amphibians, reptiles, apes and mammals.
  7. Animal cells; structure and functions; animal tissues; digestion, excretion, circulation, cellular and respiratory systems, reproduction, nero-endocrine systems and homestasis;
  8. basic ecological concepts; adaption of organism to their environment; basic concepts of genetics, laws of heredity; mutations, evidence and theories of heritable variation; natural selection; community features, stability and dynamics, zoogeographical animal variation with special reference to Africa (Ecological regions of East Africa and Uganda in particular) – tropical region; mechanisms of isolation.
  9. Importance of fauna to tourism development.
  10. Impact of man fauna.
  11. Conservation and preservation fauna resources and their sustainable utilization. 
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