Course Outcome: ZOOLOGY

“Animal Diversity – Non Chordata”

Course Code Name of the Course Course Outcome: After completion of the course, students will be able to –
CO1            

 

Describe general taxonomic rules on animal classification categorized and appropriately classify an unknown / unidentified species and set them in to the hierarchy in the animal taxonomy applying the rules of the taxonomy.
CO2 Classify Protista up to phylum using examples from parasitic adaptation Identify or categorized the free living and parasitic Protista by the existing knowledge
CO3 Classify Phylum Porifera with taxonomic keys Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field
CO4 Describe the phylum Coelenterate and its polymorphism Variety in the life form specially polymorphism in a life cycle of variety in some specific phylum of animals kingdom
CO5 Write down the life history of Fasciola and its classification Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field Platyhelminthes.
CO6 Describe Phylum Nematoda and give examples of pathogenic Nematodes Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field as well as concept about the free living and parasitic nematodes.
CO7 Identify the characters of Phylum Annelida with its classification Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field
CO8 Write down the classification and characteristics of Phylum Arthropoda Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field
CO9 Identify the given Mollusca with respect to economic importance Economic importance of Mollusca and studies of malacology in terms of Fisheries  
CO10 Write down the classification and characteristics of Phylum Echinodermata, Phylum Hemichordata and minor phylas Construct the taxonomy key based on the provided sample or unknown species in the field of Echinodermata. Enhancement of the knowledge on the Minor Phyla and their importance to studies.