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Pharmaceutical Botany II - GAF338
Title: Pharmaceutical Botany II
Guaranteed by: Department of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany (16-16230)
Faculty: Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové
Actual: from 2023
Semester: summer
Points: 0
E-Credits: 5
Examination process: summer s.:written
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:42/28, C+Ex [HS]
Capacity: unlimited / 75 (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
Key competences:  
State of the course: taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Note: deregister from the exam date if a requisite was not fulfilled
Guarantor: doc. PharmDr. Jakub Chlebek, Ph.D.
Co-requisite : GAF337
Incompatibility : GAF126
Interchangeability : GAF126
Is pre-requisite for: GAF035
Is interchangeable with: GAF126
Annotation -
The teaching of Pharmaceutical Botany II is focused on the pharmaceutically important taxa of fungi, lower plants (Cyanophyta, Algae, Lichens, Bryophyta), Pteridophytic plants, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. Students are acquainted with the systematic classification of these plants, their brief description, content and importance in the current pharmacy. The course emphasizes the characteristic features and elements of knowledge of these plants, which will help the students to orient themselves when necessary when consulting. In the taxa list, attention is paid to Asian plants, which have become increasingly important in the European and Czech Pharmacopoeia. nižších rostlin (sinice, řasy, mechorosty, lišejníky) a vyšších rostlin (nahosemenné, krytosemenné rostliny)
Last update: Chlebek Jakub, doc. PharmDr., Ph.D. (15.02.2024)
Course completion requirements -

The credit in the summer semester consists of 3 parts:

a) satisfactory two continuous tests from "List of the important plant species and their main metabolites 2021/2022"(2x 25 plants),

b) satisfactory test from practical classes,

c) 100% attendance at practical classes.

The exam consists of two parts:

1) Practical part:

knowledge of 15 living medicinal plants in the glasses which were selected from the "List of Medicinal Plants for Practical Testing of Pharmaceutical Botany"

2) Theoretical part:

Written form; the test contains 43 questions in part of the quiz character (1 is correct), partly the descriptive character (1-3 words), together with a table containing 20 medicinal plants where students must fill in their family names and main metabolites.

 

Last update: Chlebek Jakub, doc. PharmDr., Ph.D. (18.02.2024)
Literature -

Recommended:

  • Gontova T. M. et al.. Pharmaceutical Botany. : , , s. ISBN 978-966-673-187-9.

Last update: Chlebek Jakub, doc. PharmDr., Ph.D. (21.02.2022)
Syllabus -

Plant systematics

Lectures:

Introduction to plant taxonomy.

Fungi: morphology, taxonomic and phytochemical characteristics; pharmaceutically relevant species from divisions Zygomycota, Ascomycota and Basidiomycota.

Lower plants: morphology, taxonomic and phytochemical characteristics of species from Cyanophyta, Algae, Bryophyta, and Lichens; pharmaceutically relevant species.

Pteridophyta: morphology, taxonomic and biochemical characteristics; Equisetophyta: morphology, taxonomic and biochemical characteristics; Gymnosperms taxa: general characteristics of Gymnosperms; Angiosperm taxa: general characteristics of Angiosperms

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of the pharmaceutically relevant Gymnosperms families, their genera and species: Ginkgoaceae, Pinaceae, Cupressaceae, Taxaceae, Ephedraceae.

Morphological, embryological and phytochemical characteristics of the pharmaceutically significant angiosperms from the taxonomic unit Magnoliopsida: Myristicaceae, Lauraceae, Monimiaceae, Piperaceae, Illiciaceae, Ranunculaceae, Berberidaceae, Podophyllaceae, Papaveraceae, Fagaceae, Betulaceae, Hamamelidaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Amaranthaceae

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of pharmacologically important Angiosperms: Polygonaceae, Theaceae, Hypericaceae, Ericaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Caricaceae, Primulaceae, Passifloraceae, Brassicaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of pharmaceutically important Angiosperms: Salicaceae, Malvaceae, Tiliaceae, Sterculiaceae, Urticaceae, Cannabaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Myrtaceae, Rutaceae, Aceraceae, Hippocastanaceae, Sapindaceae and Crassulaceae.

Morphological and Phytochemical Characteristics of pharmaceutically Important Angiosperms: Rosaceae, Amygdalaceae, Linaceae, Erythroxylaceae, Zygophylaceae,

Morphological and Phytochemical Characteristics of pharmaceutically Important Angiosperms: Fabaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of the pharmaceutically important Angiosperms: Aquifoliaceae, Rhamnaceae, Eleagnaceae, Santalaceae, Viscaceae.

Morphological and Phytochemical Characteristics of pharmaceutically Important Angiosperms: Araliaceae, Apiaceae, Adoxaceae, Valerianaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of pharmaceutically important Angiosperms: Loganiaceae, Rubiaceae, Menyanthaceae, Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Gentianaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of pharmaceutically important Angiosperms: Lamiaceae, Verbenaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of the pharmaceutically important Angiosperms: Solanaceae, Convolvulaceae, Boraginaceae,

Morphological and Phytochemical Characteristics of pharmaceutically Important Angiosperms: Scrophulariaceae, Plantaginaceae, Pedaliaceae, Acanthaceae, Oleaceae

Morphological and Phytochemical Characteristics of pharmaceutically Important Angiosperms: Lobeliaceae, Asteraceae

Morphological, Embryological and Phytochemical Characteristics of Pharmaceutically Significant Angiosperms from the Liliopsida Taxonomic Unit: Evolution, Enlargement, Morphological Differences with Dicopteric Plants, Practical Meaning: Melanthiaceae, Colchicaceae, Liaiaceae, Iridaceae, Orchidaceae, Amaryllidaceae and Ruscaceae.

Morphological and phytochemical characteristics of pharmaceutically important families, Aloaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Bromeliaceae, Musaceae, Zingiberaceae, Poaceae, Arecaceae, Araceae. Alismataceae.

Introduction to botanical nomenclature and explanation of morphological terms, morphology of plant parts: root, stem, leaf, flower and fruit; identification characters and disputed taxa; order Fagales (Fagaceae), Ericales (Ericaceae, Vacciniaceae).

Identification characters and disputed taxa: Violales (Violaceae), Capparales (Brassicaceae), Malvales (Malvaceae, Tiliaceae), Myrtales (Oenotheraceae), Fabales (Fabaceae), Rhamnales (Rhamnaceae).

Identification characters and disputed taxa; Araliales (Apiaceae), Lamiales (Lamiaceae), Scrophulariales (Scrophulariaceae), Asterales (Asteraceae: Cichorioideae, Asteroideae).

 

Practical classes:

Microscopy: cyanobacteria, algae, fungi, lichens.

Microscopy: bryophytes, spore vascular plants, Gymnosperms, introductions to Angiosperms (structure of the flower), thorny structures.

Stereoscopy: Angiosperms (structure of the flowers of pharmaceutically important plant families), types of fruits.

Stereoscopy: Angiosperms (structure of the flowers of pharmaceutically important plant families).

Recognizing of medicinal plants: practical knowledge of pharmatically and toxicologically important plants in the Garden of Medicinal Plants (3x)

Last update: Chlebek Jakub, doc. PharmDr., Ph.D. (18.02.2024)
Teaching methods -
Lectures, practical classes in a microscopic laboratory, practical classes from knowledge of pharmaceutically and toxicologically important plants in the garden of medicinal plants.
Last update: Chlebek Jakub, doc. PharmDr., Ph.D. (21.02.2022)
 
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