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Practical Handbook in Zoology

S.Y. B.Sc. Semester-III

Animal Diversity-III & Applied Zoology-I

S.Y. B.Sc. Semester-IV

Animal Diverisyt-IV & Applied Zoology-II

Author: Dr. Vikram Kakulte, Dr. Ashok Yeole, Dr. Anirudh Bhagat, Dr. Ramnath Andhale

Book ID: 1896

ISBN: 978-81-946902-8-3

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Semester-III

Section – I (Animal Diversity-III)

1. Museum study of Group Protochordata : Balanoglossus, Herdmania, Petromyzon. (D)

2. Museum study of Class Pisces: Labeo, Scoliodon, Hippocampus. (D)

3. Museum study of Class Amphibia : Salamandra, Rana, Ichthyophis. (D)

4. Study of types of scales in fishes: Placoid scale, Cycloid scale, Ctenoid scale and Ganoid scale. (D)

5. Study of types of tail fins in fishes: Homocercal, Heterocercal and Diphycercal. (D)

6. Study of external characters and digestive system of locally available fish. (E) - Compulsory

7. Study of brain of locally available fish. (D)

8. Temporary preparation of scales and its identification from locally available fish. - (E) Compulsory

9. Compulsory field visit to study pond ecosystem with reference to Pisces and amphibians, report writing and submission. (2P)

Section – II (Applied Zoology-I)

Sericulture          

1 Study of external morphology and life-cycle of Bombyx mori. (D)

2 Study of five equipments in Sericulture. (E) - Compulsory

3 Preparation of a map showing distribution of silk moth and rearing/ sericulture practices in India. (E)        

4 Compulsory submission of Photographs/ sketches of Mulberry, Tassar, Eri  and Muga silkmoths. (E)

Agricultural Pests and their control

1. Study of following insect pests with respect to marks of identification, nature of damage, economic importance and control measures. (D)

(Jowar stem borer, Red cotton bug,Brinjal fruit borer and Mango stem borer)

2. Study of following pests with respect to marks of identification, nature of damage, economic importance and control measures. (D)

(Blister beetle, Rice weevil, Pulse beetle and Tick)

3. Study of any two non insect pests corresponding to theory course. (D)

4. Compulsory submission of at least five Insect Pests/ Photographs/ Sketches. (E)

5. Study of pest control appliances (as per theory course). (D)

6. Compulsory field visit to Sericulture farm/ Agricultural farm, report writing and submission. (2 P).

Semester-IV

Section – I (Animal Diversity-IV)

1. Museum study of Class Reptilia: Venomous and Non-venomous snake – Two each. (D)

2. Identification of Venomous and Non-venomous snakes with the help of pictorial taxonomic keys. – (D) -Compulsory

3. Museum study of Class Aves: Crow, Kingfisher and Duck. (D)

4. Study of types of beaks and feets in birds – Any two each. (D)

5. Museum study of Class Mammalia: Rat, Shrew and Bat. (D)              

6. Study of external characters and digestive system of Rat. (D)

7. Study of Heart of Rat. - (D) -Compulsory

8. Study of brain of Rat. (D)

9. Study of reptilian / avian diversity in and around the campus (2 P) - (E) -Compulsory

10.          Compulsory visit to Zoo / Wildlife sanctuary / Bird sanctuary, report writing and submission. (2 P)

Section –II (Applied Zoology-II)

Apiculture           

1. Study of external morphology, life cycle and polymorphism in Honey Bee. (D)

2. Temporary mounting of mouth parts, legs, wings and sting apparatus of worker bee. (E)

3. Study of Bee keeping Equipment: Bee box, Honey extractor, Smoker, Bee-veil, queen excluder. (D) - Compulsory

4. Study of Bee products: Honey, Wax, Venom, Royal jelly, Pollen. (D)

5. Estimation of carbohydrates from Honey in different samples. (D) - Compulsory          

6. Study of Bee enemies: Wax moth, Bee eater, ant. (D)

Fisheries

1. Identification, Classification and study of habit, habitat and economic importance of

a) Rohu (Labeo rohita),

b) Catla (Catla catla),

c) Mrigal (Cirrhinus mrigala). (D)

2. Identification, Classification and study of habit, habitat and economic importance of;

a) Prawn,

b) Crab,

c) Lobster,

d) Pearl Oyster. (D)             

3. Study and maintenance of Aquarium. (D) - Compulsory

4. Study of crafts:

a) Catamaran,

b) Machwa,

c) Dinghi (Photographs / models / line drawings). (D)

5. Study of gears in fishing:

a) Gill net

b) Dol net

c) Rampani net

d) Cast net. (Photographs/models/line drawings). (D)

6. Study of nutritional value of fish: Biochemical estimation of fish muscle proteins by using Biuret method. (E) - Compulsory

7. Compulsory study tour/field visit to Apiculture institute / Fish farm/ Aquarium. (E) (2 P).             

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