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Faculty of Science   Faculty of Veterinary   Faculty of Medicine   ETSIAM
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Degree in Biochemistry
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Degree in Veterinary
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Degree in Medicine
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Forrestry Engineering Degree
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Degree in Biology  
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Degree in Science and Food  
   
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Engineering Degree and Rural
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Degree in Chemistry     Technology         Agrobusisness
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Degree in Enviromental Sciences  
           
                   
                     
 

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SUBJECTS
 
Degree in Science and Food Technology

Subject: Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Proteins: structure and function.
  • Enzymology: enzyme kinetics. Regulation of enzyme activity.
  • Bioenergetics and integration of metabolism
  • Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and nitrogen molecules.
  • Molecular Biology: replication, transcription and translation.
 
 
Bachelor in Science and Food Technology

Subject: Biotechnology

Descriptor:  
  • Purification and characterization of enzymes. Application of enzymes in the processing and analysis of food. Applications of genetic engineering in food industry.
 
   
Subject :Chemistry and biochemistry of food  
Descriptor:  
  • Food components. Chemical modifications of foods during processing and storage. Food additives
 
   
Subject: Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Proteins: structure and function.
  • Enzymology: enzyme kinetics. Regulation of enzyme activity.
  • Bioenergetics and integration of metabolism
  • Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and molecules with nitrogen.
  • Molecular Biology: replication, transcription and translation.
 
 
Degree in Veterinary

Subject: Animal and Plant Molecular Biology

Descriptor:  
  • The molecular basis of biological processes.
  • Morphology, bionomics and systematics of animals of veterinary interest.
  • Morphology, bionomics and systematics of plants of veterinary interest.
  • Practices of Molecular Biology, Zoology and Botany
 
   
Subject: Physical Chemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge of physical and chemical bases of biological processes and their veterinary sciences applications (CE2)
  • Applying their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and to bear the skills demonstrated through the preparation and defense of arguments and solving problems within their area of study (CB2).
  • Ability to apply knowledge to practice (CT3).
 
   
Subject: Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge of the chemical bases of biological processes and their applications to veterinary sciences applications (CE2)
  • Knowledge of the molecular basis of biological processes and their application (CE3)
 
   
Subject: Methodology Applications in Veterinary Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge of physical and chemical bases of biological processes and their applications to veterinary sciences
  • Molecular basis of biological processes
 
   
   
 
Forrestry Engineering Degree

Subject: Advanced Chemistry and Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge in basic subjects, scientific and technological possibilities for continuous learning and a adaptability to new situations and changing environments.
  • Ability to solve problems with creativity, initiative, methodology and critical thinking.
  • Basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and its applications in engineering
 
 
Degree in Chemistry

Subject: Biology

Descriptor:  
  • Capacity for analysis and synthesis
  • Capacity for data management and generation of information
  • Knowledge Teamwork
  • Structure and reactivity of the major classes of biomolecules and chemistry of the major biological processes.
  • Ability to recognize and implement best practices in scientific work
  • Interpretation of data from observations and measurements in the laboratory in terms of its significance and theories that support them
 
   
Subject: Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Capacity for analysis and synthesis
  • Capacity for data management and generation of information
  • Knowledge Teamwork
  • Structure and reactivity of the major classes of biomolecules and chemistry of the major biological processes.
  • Ability to recognize and implement best practices in scientific work
  • Interpretation of data from observations and measurements in the laboratory in terms of its significance and theories that support them
 
 
Bachelor in Chemistry

Subject: Molecular Biology

Descriptor:  
  • Recombinant DNA methodology. Regulation of the expression of nucleic acids. Regulatory sequences. Interactions Protein- nucleic acids. Applications of molecular biology in microbial, plant and animal biotechnology.
 
   
Subject: Applied Enzymology  
Descriptor:  
  • Isolation and purification of enzymes. Large scale production and stabilization.
    Applications in medicine and food industry. Modification of the activity and specificity. Immobilized enzymes and artificial enzymes.
 
 
Degree in Biology

Subject: Fundamentals of study and experimentation in Biology

Descriptor:  
  • Build the capacity of analysis and synthesis and critical thinking in the line of scientific method to apply their basic principles.
  • Knowing how to prepare and submit reports and memoirs.
  • Knowing how to manage sources of scientific information and helpful resources for study and research in biology.
  • Knowing the history of biology and its future projection. Profession and Ethics of biologists.
  • Knowing the instrumentation and laboratory and field material and its practical usefulness.
  • Meeting performance standards, hygiene and safety in biological experimentation.
 
   
Subject: Instrumental Principles Methodology. Molecular Cell Biology, II  
Descriptor:  
  • GetIng information, designing experiments and interpreting results.
  • Isolation and purification of biomolecules.
  • Analysis and identification of biomolecules.
  • Analysis and manipulation of the genetic material.
  • Identification and analysis of anomalies in the genetic material.
 
   
Subject: Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Understanding and improving the user level in the field of IST.
  • Knowledge of computer applications to biology.
  • Isolation, analysis and identification of biomolecules.
  • Application of techniques for manipulating genetic material.
  • Knowledge of techniques for the analysis of biological samples and performing basic biological diagnostics.
  • Evaluation of metabolic activities.
 
 
Bachelor in Biology

Subject: Advanced molecular biology

Descriptor:  
  • Deepeniong  in knowledge related to molecular architecture and control of gene expression: cis and trans regulatory elements. It gives the student an insight into other levels of regulation: regulation of mRNA and protein level. It enables students to understand the fundamentals and methodologies used in molecular biotechnology.
 
   
Subject: Methods In Biochemistry And Molecular Biology  
Descriptor:  
  • Basic research techniques in biochemistry and molecular biology. Experimental methodology for the extraction, analysis and characterization of proteins and nucleic acids. Basic methodology for cloning and sequencing. Characterization of metabolic pathways.
 
   
Subject: Plant Molecular Biotechnology  
Descriptor:  
  • Molecular Basis of Plant Biotechnology and its Applications
 
   
Subject: History Of Biology  
Descriptor:  
  • History of Biology in the system of empirical science. Methodological problems of recent developments in biology. Sustainable biology and bioethics
 
   
Subject: Human Tissue Chemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and nitrogen compounds in the tissues. Role of hormones in the integration and regulation of metabolism in different tissues
 
   
Subject: Applied Enzymology  
Descriptor:  
  • Isolation and purification of enzymes. Large scale production and stabilization.
    Applications in medicine and food industry. Modification of the activity and specificity. Immobilized enzymes and artificial enzymes.
 
 
Degree in Biochemistry

Subject: Fundamentals of biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Critical thinking skills and self-criticism
  • Capacity of learning and self-employment
  • Know how to use basic tools for communication, information seeking, and treatment of data as a professional
  • Ability to read scientific texts in English
  • Understanding the basic principles that determine the molecular structure and chemical reactivity of simple biomolecules
  • Understanding the principles that determine the structure of biological macromolecules (including proteins and fatty nucleic) and biological supramolecular complexes, and being able to explain the relationship between structure and function.
  • Understanding the thermodynamic chemical principles of molecular recognition and catalysis, and the role of enzymes and other proteins in determining the performance of cells and organisms
  • Understanding the structure of cell membranes and their role in the transport of molecules,  energy transduction And signal transduction
  • Understanding the essential aspects of metabolic processes and their control and having an integrated view of regulation and adaptation of the metabolism in different physiological situations
  • Having an integrated view of cellular function (including metabolism and gene expression), including its regulation and the relationship between different cellular compartments
 
   
Subject: Structure of macromolecules  
Descriptor:  
  • Capacity of learning and self-employment
  • Critical thinking skills and self-criticism
  • Know how to use basic tools for communication, information seeking, and treatment of data as a professional
  • Knowing how to read scientific texts in English
  • Understanding the basic principles that determine the molecular structure and chemical reactivity of simple biomolecules
  • Understanding the principles that determine the structure of biological macromolecules (including proteins and fatty nucleic) and biological supramolecular complexes, and being able to explain the relationship between structure and function
  • Understanding the biochemical and molecular basis of folding, posttranslational modification, intracellular trafficking, subcellular localization and turnover of cellular proteins
  • Knowing how to find, obtain and interpret information from the major biological databases (genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic and other similar derivatives of mass analysis) and bibliographic data, and
    using these tools
 
   
Subject: Enzymology  
Descriptor:  
  • Know how to use basic tools for communication, information seeking, and treatment of data as a professional
  • Critical thinking skills and self-criticism
  • Capacity of learning and self-employment
  • Knowing how to read scientific texts in English
  • Understanding the basic principles that determine the molecular structure and chemical reactivity of simple biomolecules
  • Understanding the chemical and thermodynamic principles of molecular recognition and catalysis, and the role of enzymes and other proteins in determining the performance of cells and organisms
  • Knowing the main methods for testing the biological activity of cellular components, especially the enzymes, both in vitro and in vivo
  • Having the skills for quantitative work in the chemistry laboratory, including the ability to prepare reagents for experiments in an accurate and reproducible WAY
  • Know how to apply laboratory experimental protocols in the area of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Having math, statistics and computer skills to collect, analyze and interpret data, and to understand simple models of biological systems and processes at the cellular and molecular level
 
   
Subject: Quantitative instrumental Methods  
Descriptor:  
  • Critical thinking skills and self-criticism
  • Capacity to work collaboratively in teams with shared responsibility
  • Capacity of learning and self-employment
  • Application of the principles of scientific method
  • Know how to use basic tools for communication, information seeking, and treatment of data as a professional
  • Knowing the principles and applications of the main experimental methods and instrumentation used in biochemistry and Molecular Biology, with emphasis on the techniques of isolation and characterization of biological macromolecules
  • Knowing the main methods for testing the biological activity of cellular components, especially the enzymes, both in vitro and in vivo
  • Learning the basic techniques of cell cultures, and the processing of cells and tissues for subcellular organelle preparations
  • Knowing the principles of handling nucleic acids, and the main techniques for the study of expression and function of genes
  • Having the skills for quantitative work in the chemistry laboratory, including the ability to prepare reagents for experiments in an accurate and reproducible way
  • Ability to apply laboratory experimental protocols in the area of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
 
   
Subject: Biosynthesis of Macromolecules  
Descriptor:  
  • Capable of learning and self-employment
  • Critical thinking skills and self-criticism
  • Know how to use basic tools for communication, information seeking, and treatment of data as a professional
  • Knowing how to read scientific texts in English
  • Understanding the basic principles that determine the molecular structure and chemical reactivity of simple biomolecules
  • Understanding the principles that determine the structure of biological macromolecules (including proteins and fatty nucleic) and biological supramolecular complexes, and being able to explain the relationship between structure and function
  • Understanding the biochemical and molecular basis of folding, posttranslational modification, intracellular trafficking, subcellular localization and turnover of cellular proteins
  • Knowing how to find, obtain and interpret information from the major biological databases (genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, metabolomic and other similar derivatives of mass analysis) and bibliographic data, and
    using these tools
 
 
Bachelor in Biochemistry

Subject: Environmental Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Biogeochemical cycles of elements. Bioaccumulation, biodegradation and biodeterioration. Organic and inorganic contaminants.
    Water and soil pollution. Air pollution. Pesticides and fertilizers. Metabolic pathways of degradation.
    Bioremediation by microorganisms. biodegradable Plastics
 
   
Subject: Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Pathology  
Descriptor:  
  • Alterations at the molecular level. Applications to clinical diagnosis.
 
   
Subject: Food Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Nutrients and food. Meat and fish, contractile proteins, cytoskeletal and connective tissue. Pigments of meat. Eggs: characteristics and composition. Proteins and lipoproteins. Fats and oils: composition and properties.
    Lipolysis and lipid oxidation. Dairy products: composition and constituents. Lipids, casein, lactose, minerals and vitamins. Biochemistry of cheese and yoghurt production. Grains and legumes: proteins, prolamins and glutelins. Cereal starch and lipids. Protein reserves, hematogluminas and glycosides From legumes. Fruits, vegetables and vegetables: composition. Aroma, flavor, color and texture. Biochemical factors from them. Notions of food biotechnology.
 
   
Subject: Macromolecule Biosynthesis and Regulation of Metabolism  
Descriptor:  
  • Mechanisms of synthesis of nucleic acids and proteins and their regulation. Description of metabolic pathways, integration and regulation. Intermediary metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids and nucleotides.
 
   
Subject: Biotechnology  
Descriptor:  
  • Development of biotechnology and microorganisms. Molecular techniques useful in biotechnology. Search for new metabolites and Microbial strains. Biotransformation. Production of microbial biomass. Production of proteins, enzymes and products. Production of secondary metabolites. Transgenic plants. plant breeding by recombinant DNA. Transgenic animals. Monoclonal antibodies. obtaining Recombinant proteins. Synthetic Vaccines. Patents. Bioethics.
 
   
Subject: Enzymology  
Descriptor:  
  • Mechanisms of enzymatic reactions. Enzyme kinetics. Enzyme activation and inhibition, and allosteric and cooperative effects. Experimental methods and enzyme technology. enzymatic analysis.
 
   
Subject: Structure of macromolecules  
Descriptor:  
  • Descriptor: Theoretical and experimental approaches to chemical and physical properties of proteins, nucleic acids and macromolecular complexes
 
   
Subject: Experimental Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Descriptor: Integrated Laboratory on experimentation and instrumentation in advanced biochemistry
 
   
Subject: Methods biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • Integrated Laboratory on experimentation and instrumentation in advanced biochemistry
 
   
Subject: Sequence Analysis of Proteins and Nucleic Acids  
Descriptor:  
  • Introduction to the software package for analysis of proteins and nucleic acids GCG (Wisconsin), Lasergene, and other free or commercial software. Access to associated databases.
    Manipulation of biological sequences: searches, comparisons, conversions, analysis, and so on. Graphics of Wisconsin. Services related with Molecular Biology in the Internet. Other programs: analysis of oligonucleotides and PCR, sequence comparisons, etc. inclusion of results in the most common editing programs
 
   
Subject: Biochemical Toxicology  
Descriptor:  
  • Xenobiotic compounds. Mechanisms of detoxification / activation of xenobiotics. Mechanisms of toxicity
 
 
Bachelor in Enviromental Sciences

Subject: Environmental Biotechnology

Descriptor:  
  • Enzymes as indicators of pollution. Systems of immobilized cells and proteins. Design of bioreactors. Biological control strategies. Transgenic organisms. Pest Control. Molecular indicators of pollution. Catalysts of contaminant biodegrative Processes
 
 
Degree in Enology

Subject: Advanced Chemistry And Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge in basic subjects, scientific and technological possibilities for continuous learning and  adaptability to new situations and changing environments.
  • Ability to solve problems with creativity, initiative, methodology and critical thinking.
  • Basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and its applications
 
   
Subject: Biochemistry  
Descriptor:  
  • demonstrated knowledge and understanding in a study area of the general basis  from secondary education, and usually found at a level that, although supported by advanced textbooks, includes some aspects involving knowledge from the forefront of their field of study.
  • Application by students of their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional manner and possessing the competences demonstrated through the preparation and defense of arguments of solving problems within their area of studyhaving developed learning skills necessary to undertake studies later with a high degree of autonomy
  • Basic knowledge of biology and its applications.
  • Basic knowledge of biochemistry and applications.
 
 
Bachelor in Enology

Subject: Enologic Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Structure, composition and maturation of the grapes. fermentations and
    winemaking.
 
   
Subject: Breeding And aging of wines  
Descriptor:  
  • Types of Breeding. affected Compounds during Breeding. Chemical composition and aging potential. The oak: making barrels. Barrel aging. Aging in bottles. Biological aging of types of dry Sherry wines
 
 
Engineering Degree and Rural Agrobusisness

Subject: Advanced Chemistry and Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Knowledge in basic subjects, scientific and technological possibilities for continuous learning and a adaptability to new situations and changing environments.
  • Ability to solve problems with creativity, initiative, methodology and critical thinking.
  • Basic knowledge of general chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry and its applications in engineering
 
 
Degree in Medicine

Subject: General Medical Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • Correctly expressing orally and in writing in spanish
  • Applying the acquired knowledge and ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar contexts within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their field of study.
  • Having the learning skills that enable to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous
  • Analysis and Synthesis
  • Basic knowledge
  • Basic knowledge of the profession
  • Oral and written (native language)
  • Troubleshooting and self-critical capacity
  • Teamwork
  • Ability to learn (learning to learn)
  • Ability to self-employment
  • Knowing the structure and cell function, and the characteristics of biomolecules in metabolism, metabolic regulation and integration
  • Learning the basic principles of human nutrition
  • Describing the basis of cell communication and behavior of excitable membranes
  • Describing the basis of homeostasis and adaptation to the environment
  • Learning to manage the material and basic laboratory techniques to Interpret a normal analytics
 
   
Subject: Molecular bases in biomedicine  
Descriptor:  
  • Expressing correctly orally and in writing in spanish
  • Knowing the processes of information, expression and gene regulation
  • Learning to manage the material and basic laboratory techniques
 
   
Subject: Clinical Application Of Basic Medical Sciences  
Descriptor:  
  • Knowing the processes of embryonic development and organogenesis
  • The morphology, structure and function of the skin.
  • The morphology, structure and function of blood
  • The morphology, structure and function of the circulatory system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the digestive system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the locomotor system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the reproductive system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the excretory system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the respiratory system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the endocrine system
  • The morphology, structure and function of the immune system
  • The morphology, structure and function of central and peripheral nervous system
  • Describing the basis of homeostasis and adaptation to the environment
  • Learning to manage the material and basic laboratory techniques
 
 
Bachelor in Medicine

Subject: Clinical Biochemistry

Descriptor:  
  • The laboratory in the planning of strategies and solutions to clinical problems and subproblems.