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  Dr. Wan-Xi Yang's Courses

2007-2008

071300301  Developmental Biology 
Spring semester (Feb. 21, 2008-April 10, 2008) 
Students: 15 Graduate students
Time: Thursday 6-9
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Room # 248, College of Life Sciences Building 

07120170  Animal Reproductive Biology (32/32 hours)
Winter semester (Nov. 19, 2007, Monday-Jan. 9., 2007, Wednesday) 
Studends: 16 senior undergraduate students.
Time: Monday 1-2 and Wednesday 3-4.
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Western Teaching Building 1-405

071K0020 Introduction of Life Sciences
(12 /24 hours)
Winter semester (November 23, 2007,Friday.-November 14, Friday, 2007) 
Students: 80 undergraduate students
Time: Friday 11-13 (18:30-20:55)
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1A-203

07190450 Developmental Biology (10 /32 hours)
Bilingual course (English and Chinese)
Autumn semester (Oct. 17, 2007-Oct. 31, 2007) 
Students: 27 undergraduate students
Time: Mon. 1-2 (8:00-9:35), Wednesday 6-7(13:15-14:50)
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1B-203

07190450 Developmental Biology (14 /32 hours)
Chinese course
Autumn semester (Sep. 18, 2007-Oct. 16, 2007) 
Students: 60 undergraduate students
Time: Tuesday 1-2 (8:00-9:35), Thursday 1-2(8:00-9:35)
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1A-310

2006-2007

071K0020 Introduction of Life Sciences

Summer semester (May. 11, 2007-June. 29, 2006) 
Students: 80 undergraduate students
Time: Friday 6-8 (13:15-15:40)
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1A-307

071300301  Developmental Biology
 
Spring semester (Feb. 26, 2007-April 23, 2007) 
Students: 13 Graduate students
Time: Monday 1-4
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Room # 250, College of Life Sciences Building 

07190450 Developmental Biology
 
Fall semester (Sep. 11, 2006-Nov. 15, 2006) 
Students: 67 undergraduate students
Time: Monday 1-2 and Wednesday 1-2
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Western Teaching Building 2-313

071K0020 Introduction of Life Sciences
Fall semester (Sep. 11, 2006-Nov. 15, 2006) 
Students: 84 undergraduate students
Time: Friday 6-8 (13:15-15:40)
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1A-215

07120170  Animal Reproductive Biology 
Winter semester (Nov. 20, 2006-Jan. 26., 2007) 
Studends: 5 undergraduate students.
Time: Tuesday 1-2 and Friday 1-2.
Location: Zi Jin Gang Campus, Eastern Teaching Building 1A-218

2005-2006
071300301  Developmental Biology 
Spring semester (Feb. 21, 2006-April 13, 2006) 
Students: 9 Graduate students
Time: Tuesday 5-6 and Thursday 5-6
Location: Tian Jia Bing Teaching Building, Xixi campus. Room# 409

07120170  Animal Reproductive Biology 
Autumn semester (September 5, 2005-November 5, 2005) 
Studends: 11 undergraduate plus 2 graduate students. 
Time: Wednesday 1-4
Location: Zijingang Eastern Teaching Building #1B-211

2004-2005

071300301  Developmental Biology
Spring semester (March 1, 2005-April 26, 2005)  
Students: 11 Graduate students
Time: Tuesday 5-8
Location: Tianjiabing Teaching Building, Xixi campus. Room# 517

07190120  Histology
Summer semester (May 9, 2005- July 2, 2005)  
Students: 88 undergraduate students
Time: Monday 11-13 and Saturday 3-5
Location: Zijingang Western Teaching Building #1-102

The years before June 2001

General Biology
This course is designed for the first grade of medical school students as well as the first grade college students who majored in biotechnology. This course covers topics in cell chemistry, cell structure and function, and major metabolic processes. Students will learn to recognize different organisms and the evolutionary processes responsible for the great diversity in life forms. The relationship between structure and function will be introduced at different levels. Cellular mechanisms of control and reproduction will be studied, as well as basic genetic and evolutionary principles . A comparative analysis of systems including reproductive highlights the relationship between form and function. Thirty six hours of experiments are required.

Marine Biology
This is an open course (public course) specially designed for all undergraduates of all kinds of majors in Zhejiang University. The course will introduce students to varities of biota in China Sea especially those live in East China Sea; students will also be introduced to the range of marine environments within the biosphere - and the factors which generate this variety. The aim of this course is to make non biological students familiarise themself with a range of marine life found (mainly) in China water. In the class, a bunch of videos and pictures will be used to demonstrate marine life. Students will also learn basic knowledge about  the ecology and environmental physiology of selected marine organisms. A full day trip to Zhejiang Coast is suggested before the end of this course, students will see the real marine life and their environment.  

Developmental Biology
This course is designed for both the undergraduate and graduate students who majored in biology, cell biology, and biotechnology.  The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with the basic processes during embryonic development and cellular differentiation of plants and animals. The emphasis will be on the interpretation of important experiments that have led to an understanding of the basic principles of development. The contents contain: 1) Principles of experimental embryology; 2) Fertilization and early invertebrate development; 3)  Later embryonic development;  4) Patterning the vertebrate body plan; 5) Ramifications of developmental biology; 6)Sex determination; 7) Organogenesis and limb development ; 8)Metamorphosis, regeneration and aging; 9)Environmental regulation of development ; 10)Environmental regulation of development ; 11)Plant development; 12)Evolution and development

Zoology
This course is designed for college student (undergraduate students)  who majored in biology and biotechnology. The aim of this course is to let students achieve a good balance between structure, function and principles; to give students the knowledge about the relationship between human being and animals.  The contents contain: Functional systems of animals; reproduction and evolution; the animal kingdom; ecology.

Histology
The purpose of this course is to teach students how to identify various cell types in tissue sections, and to identify a variety of normal tissues. This course will also emphasize the organizational aspects of the body at the subcellular, cellular, tissue and organ levels, it will also sketch out molecular correlates and functional implications of biological structure. It is intended that the integrated perspective presented in Histology will provide a framework for the more detailed molecular and functional aspects you will be taught in subsequent courses in the Basic Sciences such as Biochemistry and Physiology. The class time will include lecture and demonstration of various tissue slides using a video microscope. Access to a microscope is thus required for this course. Histology will also be central to your understanding of the mechanisms of infection, disease and drug action presented during the second year in the Microbiology, Pathology and Pharmacology courses.

During Jun. 2001-Dec. 2004, I was a postdoc at the Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, no teaching obligation at Zhejiang University.



  
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