1.
Faculty /Study Program
:  Mathematics and Science / Biology Education
2.
Course / Code
:  BIC 223
3.
Credits
:  2
4.
Semester and Duration
:  IV , 100 minutes
5.
Basic competence
: Describe the history of genetics
6.
Achievement indicator
: 1. Students are able to explain the history / development of Genetics
2. Students are able to analyze different effects of recent technology due to genetics research
3. Students are able to explain the concept of gene and Chromosome
7.
Topics / Sub-topics
: Introduction - history and development of genetics,


concept of gene and chromosome
8.
Lecture activity
:



Activity
Details of activity
Duration
Method
Media
References






Introduction
·    Lecture contract
·    Discussion on what is studied in genetics
·    Explanation briefly, on the study of inheritance and its effects in the human life



10 minutes



Discussion and lecture



PPT, boardmarker

Klug et al., 2006. Concepts of Genetics and Brooker.2009.Genetics Analysis and Principles

Main
Presentation



·  Lecture :
explanation on the


30


Lecture



PPT, animation,



Klug et al., 2006.



theory of
inheritance before and after
Mendels’ experiment and its relevance with the theory of chromosome
·  Students are asked to analyze the theory of inheritance with examples of different organisms
·  Explanation on the development of genetics and the effects in human life and the ecosystem
·  Students are asked to analyze the positive and negative effects of the advancement of genetic technology
minutes










10 minutes








30 minutes






10 minutes












Discussion










Lecture






Discussion
boardmarker



















PPT, animation, boardmarker
Concepts of Genetics

and

Brooker.2009.Genetics
Analysis and Principles







Closing



· Students are
asked to conclude the topic and a quiz is given to test students understanding of the topic



10 minutes



Discussion



PPT





Follow up
· A reading assignment is given to students for next weeks’ topic (Mendelian genetics)





9.   Evaluation
Questions :
1)   How does a model organism increase our knowledge on genetic diseases in humans ?
2)   What are the advantages and disadvantages of patent for genetically modified organisms (GMO) ?

Answer :
1)   Model organisms are used for research in studying genes that are responsible for genetic diseases. Genetic systems are usually in the same phylogenetic pathway so what is known in one organism can be same as in another organism. Model organisms are those that can grow or reproduce easily, have easy understandable genetic system, and many offspring, so that it can be a good source of study
2)   The positive effect of a patent right for the GMO is to increase competition for innovation and to return production cost. The negative effect is that something from nature must not be kept as a right for one or several companies or individuals. What is needed are individuals and companies to develop GMO but patent rights still need to be further discussed.

Yogyakarta,  February 
Head of Departement                                                                Lecturer
Biology Education Department


Dr. Slamet Suyanto                                                     Paramita Cahyaningrum K., M.Sc. 
NIP 19620702 199101 1 001                                     NIP 19781022 201012 2 001

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