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UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 21000 NOVI SAD, TRG DOSITEJA OBRADOVIĆA 8



znak fakulteta2

Study Programme Accreditation

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDIES PHYTOMEDICINE



Table 5.2 Course specification

Course:

CHEMISTRY

Course id:3OFM1O01

Number of ECTS: 7

Teacher:

Prof. dr Dubravka Štajner, Prof. dr Boris Popović

Course status

Mandatory

Number of active teaching classes (weekly)

Lectures: 4

Practical classes: 3

Other teaching types:

Study research work:

Other classes:

Precondition courses

None/navesti ako ima

  1. Educational goal

Providing the basis for the formation of a certain view of the world, getting to know the most important principles, theories and laws of chemistry, providing theoretical basis for acquiring other skills, mastering specific skills related to the application of theoretical knowledge, the development of creative skills and practical skills necessary for the exercise of the profession.

  1. Educational outcomes

After completing the course of chemistry, students will train the application of theoretical and practical knowledge of chemistry both in life and in the acquisition of other knowledge (eg, biochemistry, agrochemistry, microbiology, physiology, etc.). In terms of practical knowledge and skills students will be able to compute in chemistry, handling basic laboratory equipment, perform basic volumetric determinations and basic instrumental measurements. In addition to this, students should be able to continue their studies or to apply their knowledge and understanding of the profession and to convey it to others.

  1. Course content

Theoretical classes:

Introduction. Basic concepts and laws of chemistry. Chemical formulas and equations. Atomic structure and arrangement of electrons in an atom. The structure of atoms and the periodic table of elements. The structure of the molecule. Electron theory of chemical bonding. The main types of inorganic compounds. Intermolecular interactions and states. Basics of thermochemistry, chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium. The solutions. Electrolytic dissociation and equilibrium in electrolyte solutions. Acids and bases. Hydrolysis and buffers. Oxidation-reduction processes. The redox potential. Colligative properties. Koliodi. Chemical properties of biogenic elements. The most important compounds of biogenic elements and their significance. Structure and classification of organic compounds. Hydrocarbons. Halogen, hydroxy and carbonyl hydrocarbons. Carboxylic acids and carboxylic acid derivatives of biologically important. Amines. Heterocyclic compounds. Carbohydrates. Simple and complex lipids. The peptides and proteins. The nucleic acids. Secondary biomolecules of plants and their significance.

Practical teaching:

Methods for separation and purification of substances. The stoichiometry. Quantifying the composition of the solution. Electrolytic dissociation and pH. Acid-base titration. Permanganometry. Potentiometric titration. Spectrophotometry. Hydrocarbons and for all their reaction. Chemical reactions of individual groups of organic compounds (alcohol, phenol, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids and acid derivatives). Chemical reactions of primary biomolecules.



  1. Teaching methods

Theoretical classes and practical exercises.

Knowledge evaluation (maximum 100 points)

Pre-examination obligations

Mandatory

Points

Final exam (izabrati)

Mandatory

Points

Lecture attendance

Yes

3

Theoretical part of the exam/Oral part of the exam/Written part of the exam-tasks and theory

Yes

55

Test

Yes

20




Exercise attendance

Yes

2

colloquium

Yes

20

Literature

Ord.

Author

Title

Publisher

Year



Gorzynski Smith, J.

General, Organic &Biological Chemistry

Published by McGraw-Hill, New York.

2010.



Štajner, D., Kevrešan, S.

Chemistry

Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad

2006.

znak univerziteta

UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 21000 NOVI SAD, TRG DOSITEJA OBRADOVIĆA 8

znak fakulteta2

Study Programme Accreditation
UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDIES PHYTOMEDICINE


Table 5.2 Course specification

Course:

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

Course id:3OFM1O02

Number of ECTS:6

Teacher:

Exercises:



Radovan V. Pejanović, PhD, full professor, Danica M. Drakulić, PhD, full professor

Mirela J. Tomaš-Simin, Msc, Teaching Fellow, Danica B. Glavaš-Trbić, MSc, Research Assistant



Course status

Mandatory

Number of active teaching classes (weekly)

Lectures:

3x15=45


Practical classes:

2x15=30


Other teaching types:

Study research work:

Other classes:

Precondition courses

None

  1. Educational goal

Introduce students to the fundamental principles of economic science. The course offers economic concepts, categories, processes and ways of thinking that apply to a modern market economy.

  1. Educational outcomes

Selected and key economic issues give students close interpretation of the principals of economic trends, economic developments and economic policy in general. In a theoretical frame and study of the economic concepts in the field of production, distribution and consumption of student acquires the necessary knowledge and guidance for the future economic life.



  1. Course content

Lectures

On the concept and the importance of the economy. The basic components of production. Determinants of production. Enterprises and economic institutions. Economic factors (resources) of production. Specifics of agriculture and capital investment. The basic principles of economics. Principles of economics in agriculture. Markets and market relations. Pricing of goods and factors of production. Households and firms as market participants. The main economic issues and different economic systems. Money and monetary policy. The modern world development trends. Transition. Globalization.



Practical classes

The exercises are conducted through essays with the active participation of students in the discussion. Topics on exercises are adapted curriculum lectures. Some of the topics: Introductory categories of economics and basic concepts of economics, elements and mechanisms of classical and modern capitalist economy, the concept and history of money, basic production unit of social reproduction, market, market participants and market relations, multinational and transnational companies, Stock Exchange Operations, Crises in the economy, the causes and consequences of transition and privatization. Scientific-technical revolution and its impact on the world economy.



  1. Teaching methods

Theoretical and practical lecture are conducted in the classroom.

Knowledge evaluation (maximum 100 points)

Pre-examination obligations

Mandatory

Points

Final exam

Mandatory

Points

Lecture attendance

Yes

5

Oral part of the exam

Yes

50

Test

Yes

30




Exercise attendance

Yes

5

Essays

No

10

Literature

Ord.

Author

Title

Publisher

Year



Pejanović Radovan

Principi ekonomije

Poljoprivredni fakultet, Novi Sad

2007



Samuelson Pol

Ekonomija

Mate, Zagreb

2000

znak univerziteta

UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 21000 NOVI SAD, TRG DOSITEJA OBRADOVIĆA 8



znak fakulteta2

Study Programme Accreditation

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDIES PHYTOMEDICINE



Table 5.2 Course specification

Course:

MICROBIOLOGY

Course id: ZOHK1O03

Number of ECTS:6

Teacher:

Ass. Prof. Simonida Djuric, PhD

Course status

Mandatory

Number of active teaching classes (weekly)

Lectures:45

Practical classes:30

Other teaching types:

Study research work:

Other classes:

Precondition courses

None

  1. Educational goal

To acquaint students with basic characteristics and strains of microorganisms and their role in the cycling of matter, the creation and maintenance of soil fertility, role in crop production and the possibilities of their application.

  1. Educational outcomes

Acquired knowledge in microbiology are the basis for understanding and monitoring teaching of agrochemicals, plant physiology, plant protection, general husbandry, farming, and forage crops

  1. Course content

Lectures:

General part: Morphology of microorganisms. Ecology of microorganisms, systematic groups – viruses, bacteria, algae, protozoa, fungi, lichen. Microbial metabolism – absorption of nutrients, growth and reproduction, variability of microorganisms.

Special part: Soil natural habitat for microorganisms. Diversity of microorganisms in soil. Relationships between microorganisms and between microorganisms, fauna and plants. Formation and composition of organic matter in soil. Microbial transformation of C, N, P, S, K, Fe and Mn. Microorganisms involved in synthesis and mineralization of humus. Effect of agrotechnical measures on microorganisms. Application of microorganisms in plant production. Biofertilizers, biopesticides, biostimants, bioremediation of soil.

Practical classes:

Microscopic techniques. Morphology and determination of protozoa, algae, fungi and bacteria. Methods for isolations and getting pure culture of microorganisms. Estimation of abundance and determination of microorganisms in soil. Microorganisms involved in cycles of N, C, F and S. Effect of pesticides on microorganisms. Characterization of microorganisms used in biopreparates production


  1. Teaching methods

Lectures and Practical classes, Consultations if needed.

Knowledge evaluation (maximum 100 points)

Pre-examination obligations

Mandatory

Points

Final exam

Mandatory

Points

Lecture attendance

No




Written part of the exam-tasks and theory

Oral part of the exam

Yes

Yes


30

40


Test

No







Exercise attendance

Yes

2 - 10

Test

Yes

20

Literature

Ord.

Author

Title

Publisher

Year

1.

Prescott, L. M

Microbiology, 5th edition

5th edition, McGraw Hill, NY

2002

2.




Free Microbiology Books

http://www.wsmicrobiology.com/alcamos-fundamentals-of-microbiology/

2014



znak univerziteta

UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 21000 NOVI SAD, TRG DOSITEJA OBRADOVIĆA 8



znak fakulteta2

Study Programme Accreditation

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDIES PHYTOMEDICINE



Table 5.2 Course specification

Course:

METEOROLOGY

Course id:3OFM1004

Number of ECTS: 6

Teacher:

D.T. Mihailovic

Course status

Mandatory

Number of active teaching classes (weekly)

Lectures: 3

Practical classes: 2

Other teaching types: 0

Study research work: 0

Other classes: 0

Precondition courses

None

  1. Educational goal

The course aims to provide students with the basic concepts to understand the physical characteristics of the Earth's atmosphere and how these properties affect fundamental processes of importance to agriculture.

  1. Educational outcomes

The course is designed to provied fundamental information to enable students to have reasonable understanding of meteorological problems related to agriculture and to extrapolated this knowledge to new situations related to organisation of agricultural production from farm to regional level.

  1. Course content

Lectures

Part I: Physical background

Introduction. Short description of meteorology. Meteorological elements. Weather and climate. Organization of weather observation (2). 2. The composition of the atmosphere. Origin and the physical structure of the atmosphere. Atmospheric density and pressure - vertical profile (3). 3. The Atmosphere and Earth radiation fluxes. Global radiation. Earth and atmospheric longwave radiation. Atmospheric UV radiation. Soil and water energy balance. Energy balance of the Atmosphere. Atmospheric pressure (8). 4. Atmospheric water. Evaporation. Evapotranspiration. Condensation and sublimation of water vapor in the atmosphere. Cloud precipitation. (8). 5. Atmospheric circulation. Wind. Fronts and cyclones. Local winds. General atmospheric circulation (5).

Part II: Impact of climate and weather on plants

About climate. Climate elements and factors. Climate classification (4). 7. Climate change. Climate change impact on agriculture. Natural and anthropogenic causes of climate change. Recent climate change trends. Potential climate change impact on agriculture (4). 8. Selected chapters of agrometeorology. Role of agrometeorology. Impact of weather and climate on plants. Impact of weather and climate on pest and disease developments. Adverse weather conditions in agriculture - forecasting and protection. Agrometeorological analysis and forecasting (7).

Practical classes: Calculus



Introduction. Weather observation and data management (2). Duration of shortwave radiation - measurement and calculation (2). Intensity of shortwave and longwave radiation - measurement and calculation (2). Atmospheric humidity - measurement and calculation (2). Evaporation - measurement and calculation (2). Transpiration - measurement and calculation (2). Precipitation - measurement and calculation (2). Soil temperature - measurement and calculation (2). Air temperature measurement. Sum of active temperatures - methods of calculation (2). Effective sums of air temperature. Calculation of acummulated dagree-days and degree-hours (2). Drought. Calculation of hydrothermic coefficient of Selyaninov (2). Radiation frost forecasting (2). Forecasting meteorological conditions for plant disease and pests appereance (2). New techniques in weather data measurements and analysis (2).

  1. Teaching methods

Lectures,Practical classes/Calculus, Consultations

Knowledge evaluation (maximum 100 points)

Pre-examination obligations

Mandatory

Points

Final exam (izabrati)

Mandatory

Points

Lecture attendance

Yes

0

Written part of the exam-tasks and theory

Yes

50

Test - lectures

No

30




Exercise attendance

Yes

0

Test - exercise

Yes

20

Literature

Ord.

Author

Title

Publisher

Year

1.

Milosavljevic M.

Climatology

Scientific book

1963

2.

Milosavljevic M.

Meteorology

Scientific book

1967

3.

Mihailovic, D.T., Lalić, B., Arsenić, I.

Meteorological observations and data management

Faculty of Agriculture

2008

znak univerziteta

UNIVERSITY OF NOVI SAD

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 21000 NOVI SAD, TRG DOSITEJA OBRADOVIĆA 8



znak fakulteta2

Study Programme Accreditation

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC STUDIES PHYTOMEDICINE



Table 5.2 Course specification

Course:

SOCIOLOGY

Course id: 3ОФМ2О05


Number of ECTS: 5

Teacher:

Assistant professor: Dejan R. Janković, Ph.D.

Assitants: M.Sci. Marica D. Petrović, M.A. Marina D. Novakov



Course status

Mandatory

Number of active teaching classes (weekly)

Lectures: 2

Practical classes: 1

Other teaching types:

Study research work:

Other classes:

Precondition courses

None

  1. Educational goal

The sociology course will introduce students to the basic theoretical and methodological standpoints in relation to agriculture and rural areas, social changes that affect rural areas, as well as the interaction between rural and urban social phenomena. Changes of traditional social structures and patterns of behaviour are the starting point for the analysis of social change of peasantry and rural areas, agriculture and its functions, as well as various functions and transformations of social groups and institutions in the process of rural development.

  1. Educational outcomes

This course will provide students with: knowledge of the basic sociological categories and methods of research in (rural) sociology; ability to analyze social phenomena in terms of social (agrarian and rural) structure and social relations; understanding of the basic principles of traditional peasant economy and transformation of traditional structures in relation to social groups, institutions, cultural patterns; understanding of complexity of rural development process.

  1. Course content

Meaning and tasks of the sociology as a discipline. Development of sociology and rural sociology. Methods in (rural) sociology. Basic theoretical and methodological approaches in rural sociology. Meaning, dimensions and elements of social structure. Meaning and types of social change. Global development processes as agents of change of agrarian and rural structures. Ecological problems of agriculture and rural areas. Peasant economy and changes in the agrarian structure. The old agrarian relations in Europe and Balkans and recent changes in the agrarian structure in Balkans. Family farms and features of rural areas in Serbia in present time. Rural settlements and rural population. Rural development and rural policy. The peasantry as a social class and as a political-historical factor. The social organization of local rural communities. Social groups in rural areas. Social institutions and organizations in rural areas. Rural culture - between tradition and innovation. Diffusion of innovation in agriculture and rural areas.

  1. Teaching methods: Lectures, Discussions, Group work, Research work, Consultations

Knowledge evaluation (maximum 100 points)

Pre-examination obligations

Mandatory

Points

Final exam

Mandatory

Points

Lecture attendance

Yes

10

Theoretical part of the exam/Oral part of the exam/Written part of the exam-tasks and theory

Yes

30

Test

Yes

40




Exercise attendance

Yes

10

Term paper and students involvement in classroom activities

Yes

5 + 5

Literature

Ord.

Author

Title

Publisher

Year



Шљукић, С и М. Шљукић

Земља и људи. Сељаштво и друштвена структура.

Mediterran Publishing. Нови Сад

2012



Стојанов М

Социологија сеоских колектива.

Матица српска. Нови Сад

2004



Митровић, М.

Социологија села

СДС. Београд

1998



M. Haralambos i M. Holborn.

Sociologija: teme i perspektive

Internet sources; scientific journals



Golden marketing. Zagreb

2002


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