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Biology  & Environmental Studies

 

B/M/P Level = Study level (or study cycle) => Course suitable more for Bachelor / Master / PhD students

All courses in the list are guaranteed to be taught in English.

► The complete list of subjects taught at the Faculty of Science can be found also on the Student Information System (SIS).

 

SIS code Course Name Term               Dept. Level
MB100P10
*)
4EU+ Biological Engineering
– ImageJ Intensive course
ST 1/2 Ex 1000 (B)+M+P
MB150P83E Model organisms in developmental biology ST 2/0 Ex 1510 B+M
MB100P01 Seeing is believing  I  
  Everyday Microscopy for Biologists
ST ++) 2/1 C+Ex 1510 B+M
MB100P02 Seeing is believing  II  
  Everyday Microscopy for Everyone
ST +) 2/1 C+Ex 1510 B+M
MB150C07E Developmental biology – a practical course ST 0/3 C 1510 B+M
MB150C27E Histology – a practical course ST 0/2 days C 1510 B+M
MB151C15E Immunology – a practical course WT 0/1 week C 1510 B+M
MB151P142E Systems Immunology ST 2/1 C+Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB151P125 Molecules of Life & Mutations ST 2/3 days Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB150P88E The basics of bioinformatics ST 2/2 Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB150P77E Histology ST 3/0 Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB151P80E Cytometry ST 2/1 C+Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB150P14E Immunology WT 2/0 Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB151P104E Advances in Cell Biology WT 2/0 Ex 1510 B+M+P
MB150P90E Innate immunity WT 2/0 Ex 1510      M
MB151P117E Advances in developmental biology WT 2/1 C+Ex 1510      M
MB150P91E RNA structure and function ST 2/0 Ex 1510      M
MB150P32E Cell differentiation in ontogenesis ST 2/0 Ex 1510      M
MB151P99E Animal models in immunology ST 2/0 Ex 1510      M
MB151P140E Functional Immunology ST 3/0 Ex 1510      M
MB100P04 Image analysis and data processing in superresolution microscopy: fairSIM and ThunderSTORM open source systems ST 0/3 C 1510      M+P
MB100P08 Quantitative Microscopy ST 1/1 Ex 1510      M+P
MB100P09 Molecular Probes in Biomedical Imaging WT 1/1 Ex 1510      M+P
MB150P09E Proteins of signaling cascades ST 2/0 Ex 1510      M+P
MB150P78A Advances in immunology both 2/0 C 1510      M+P
MB151P107E Protein dynamics in development and cancer WT 2/0 Ex 1510      M+P
MB150P85 Epigenetics WT 2/0 Ex 1510      M+P
MB150P120E Molecular mechanisms of regulated cell death WT 2/0 Ex 1510      M+P
MB150C31 Practical course in animal and human physiology both 0/1 week C 1520 B+M
MB150P59 Neurobiology WT 2/0 Ex 1520 B+M
MB152P02 Muscle Physiology ST 3/0 Ex 1520 B+M
MB150P95 Chronobiology ST 2/0 Ex 1520 B+M+P
MB150P54 Advances in Physiology and Neuroscience both 1/1 C 1520      M
MB150P61 Transgenic Animal Models in Biomedical Research ST 2/0 Ex 1520      M
MB150P57 Course on Optogenetics both 2/0 Ex 1520      M+P
MB170P124 Basics of Evolutionary Biology WT 2/0 Ex 1700 B+M
MB170P125 Vertebrate diversity WT 2/0 [+ 1 day] Ex 1700 B+M
MB170C125 Vertebrate diversity – practical exercise ST $) 0/3 days C 1700 B+M
MB170T22 Specialized field course in zoology ST 1 week /0 Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P07 Specialized invertebrate zoology WT 3/0 [+ 1 week] C+Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P102 Evolutionary genetics WT 2/1 C+Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P106 Ethology and sociobiology WT 2/0 [+ 1 day] C+Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P62 Molecular applications in zoology ST 2/0 [+ 1 day] Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P05 Arachnology ST 2/1 C+Ex 1700 B+M+P
MB170P98 Diversity of Insects WT 2/0 Ex 1700      M+P
MB170P84 Evolutionary and ecological immunology WT 3/0 C+Ex 1700      M+P
MB170P122 Comparative embryology WT 2/0 C+Ex 1700      M+P
MB140P88E General Microbiology ST 2/0 Ex 1400 B
MB140P96 Plant, fungal and bacterial viruses ST 2/0 Ex 1400 B+M
MB140P19E Recent achievements in genetics ST #) 1/0 Ex 1400 B+M
MB140C35 Practical molecular biology ST 0/1 week C 1400 B+M
MB140P82 Progress in Molecular Virology WT 2/0 Ex 1400 B+M
MB140S50E Advances in Infection Biology  I WT #) 0/2 C 1400      M
MB140P91 Molecular and Immunologic mechanism of viral pathogenesis WT 2/0 Ex 1400      M
MB140P97 Antiviral Drug Discovery WT 2/0 Ex 1400      M
MB140C69E Practical course of diagnostic methods in virology WT 0/1 week C 1400      M
MB140C75E Fluorescence spectroscopy in biology WT 0/1 week C 1400      M
MB140C38 Molecular Cloning ST 0/3 days  C 1400      M
MB140P86 Methods of functional genomics ST 4 days /0 Ex 1400      M
MB140P31E Fungal Pathogens and
Interaction with their Hosts
ST 2/0 Ex 1400      M
MB140P27
*)
Everything you wanted to know about gene expression but were afraid to ask ST 2/0 Ex 1400      M
MB130P16 Practical basic of scientific work WT 0/2 C 1300 B
MB130P61E Plant anatomy WT 2/2 C+Ex 1300 B+M
MB130P13E Plant physiology WT 2/2 C+Ex 1300 B+M
MB130P34 Plant cell biology WT 3/1 Ex 1300 B+M+P
MB130P09 Plant Ecophysiology ST 2/1 C+Ex 1300 (B)+M+(P)
MB120P184 Botany of non-vascular plants ST 3/0 Ex 1200 B
MB120C121 Botany of non-vascular plants
– a practical course
ST 0/2 C 1200 B
MB120P166 Introduction to plant systematics,
evolution and ecology
both 2/0 Ex 1200 B+M
MB120P94E Population biology of plants WT 3/0 Ex 1200 B+M
MB120P21 Practical class in Quaternary Palaeoecology WT 0/3 C 1200 B+M
MB120C51 Practical course of karyological and palynological methods WT +) 0/1 C 1200 B+M
MB120P180 Clonal plants ST 2/2 C+Ex 1200 B+M
MB120P113 Conservation biology ST 3/0 Ex 1200 B+M
MB120C14 Experimental plant ecology ST 1/2 C 1200 B+M
MB120T64 Field course in botany ST 0/1 week C 1200
MB120P173 Skills in pedagogy, communication and self confidence in science ST 2/2 C+Ex 1200 B+M+P
MB120P144 Plant Breeding Systems ST 2/2 C+Ex 1200 B+M+P
MB120P147E R for life WT 1/1 C+Ex 1200 B+M+P
MB120C23 Course of work in Linux command line not only for MetaCentrum WT 0/4 days C 1200 B+M+P
MB120P44 Use of molecular markers in plant systematics and population biology WT 3/0 Ex 1200      M
MB120C16 Course of work with molecular data in R WT 0/5 days C 1200      M+P
MB120P172 Plant Epigenetics WT 2/4 C+Ex 1200      M+P
MB120P186
*)
Transposable elements: From junk DNA toad to Prince Major Driver of biodiversity WT 2/2 C+Ex 1200      M+P
MB120P165 Genomics of adaptation and speciation ST 2/2 C+Ex 1200      M+P
MB162P47 General ecology ST 3/0 Ex 1620 B
MB162P24 Biological invasions WT 2/0 Ex 1620 B+M
MB162P14 Introductory bioacoustics WT #) 2/0 Ex 1620 B+M
MB162S02 Journal Club in Ecology  1 WT 1/0 C 1620 B+M
MB162S07 Journal Club in Evolution  1 ST 1/0 C 1620 B+M
MB162P09 Ecology of Birds ST 2/0 C+Ex 1620 B+M
MB162T07 Ecology in landscape and urban design ST 0/4 days C 1620 B+M
MB162T10 Practical course in fish ecology ST 0/5 days C 1620 B+M+P
MB162T09 Ichthyological field course ST 0/3 days C 1620      M
MB162P11 Ecological Developmental Biology and Evolution of Phenotype ST 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P30 Ecology of the Cryosphere ST 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P39 Fish ecology ST 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P40 Diversity of marine fishes ST 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P36 Insect ecology and conservation ST 3/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P38 Diatomology ST #) 1/3 C 1620      M
MB160P06 Crustacean Biology and Diversity ST #) 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB160P11 Ecology of Cyanobacteria and Algae WT 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P27 Introduction to polar ecology WT 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P31 Stream Ecology WT 2/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P48 Advanced Ecology  I. WT 3/0 Ex 1620      M
MB162P49 Advanced Ecology  II. ST 3/0 Ex 1620      M
MB160P66 Parasitology both 2/0 Ex 1610 B+M
MB160T40 Field course in fish parasitology for Erasmus students WT 0/1 day C 1610      M
MB160P75E Parasite Immunology WT 2/0 Ex 1610      M+P
MB160P44 Bioinformatics for Biologists WT 1/0 Ex 1610 B+M+P
MB180C25E First Aid Course for Foreign Students both 0/2 days C 1800 B+M+P
MO550P126E Limnology WT 2/1 C (+Ex) 7500 B+M
MO550P111E     Environmental issues, background examples and solutions WT 4/0 Ex 7500 B+M
MO550C06E Hot topic of environmental sciences WT 3/0 C 7500
MO550P95E Introduction to ecology ST 2/0 Ex 7500
MO550P105 Population ecology and species protection ST 2/0 Ex 7500 B+M+P
MO550P83E Environmental Informatics ST 0/2 MC 7500 B+M+P
MO550S15 Journal Club in Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry ST 0/1 C 7500 B+M+P
MO550P19E Environmental modelling WT 2/2 C+Ex 7500 B+M+P
MO550P110 News in conservation biology WT **) 0/2 C 7500      M

 

Dept. = Department responsible for the course
1000 (SIS) = Biology section
1100 (SIS) = Department of Anthropology and Human Genetics
1200 (SIS) = Department of Botany
1300 (SIS) = Department of Experimental Plant Biology
1400 (SIS) = Department of Genetics and Microbiology
1510 (SIS) = Department of Cell Biology
1520 (SIS) = Department of Animal Physiology
1610 (SIS) = Department of Parasitology
1620 (SIS) = Department of Ecology
1700 (SIS) = Department of Zoology
1800 (SIS) = Department of Teaching and Didactics of Biology
1900 (SIS) = Department of Philosophy and History of Science

7500 (SIS) = Institute of Environmental Studies

SIS = Student Information System

WT = Winter Term / Semester (October – February)
ST = Summer Term / Semester (February – June)

Hours per week: e.g. 1/1 = 1 lecture (45 minutes) + 1 exercise (45 minutes)
Ex = Exam,  C = Credit,  MC = Credit with classification

B/M/P Level = Study level (or study cycle) => Course suitable more for Bachelor / Master / PhD students

All courses in the list are guaranteed to be taught in English.

$) Only for all-year Erasmus students (winter AND summer semester)
#) minimum number of participants in this course is 5
+) will NOT be given in odd years (e.g. ST 2025, 2027 etc.)
++) will NOT be given in even years (e.g. ST 2024, 2026 etc.)
**) starting from 2024/25
!!)  not taught in 2023/2024!

Please note that MARKS can be given only for subjects finishing with an exam (Ex or C+Ex in the detail of the subject) !!!
Other subjects can only be evaluated with credit points!

 

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