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Department of Microbiology


Karol Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences

H. Wieniawskiego 3, 61-712 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (61) 8536-477

e-mail:


Objectives of the course:

The students should obtain knowledge about the presence of microorganisms in the environment, the physiology if microorganisms, the relationship between microorganisms and plants and/or animals. The lecture topics include the use of microorganisms in the biodegradation of chemical pollution and the technology for removal of selected groups of microorganisms from the environment, among other topics.


Course description:

Environmental microbiology as a discipline is useful in man’s endeavour to control communicable diseases, improve food production and overcome chemical pollution. This science describes interaction between microorganisms. On the other hand, it focuses on the additional complexities of the host – parasite interaction introduced by human modification of the environment. Microbiology deals mostly with the groups of fungi, bacteria and viruses which equal in diversity and physiological phenomena to more traditional groups of organisms. Microorganisms have become one of the preferred objects of research in biochemistry and genetics because of their rapid growth, highly developed capacity for adaptation and the ease with which they can be manipulated. Because the present knowledge of molecular details and interactions has made biological phenomena more easily understood it is possible to use this information for examination of environmental pollution, especially caused by mutagenic substances. Microorganisms are commonly used for removal of pollution in the environment, as well. Knowledge about the influences of physical and chemical agents on metabolism and multiplication of microorganisms is commonly used in industry and agriculture. Microbiology is a basic discipline of medicine and veterinary medicine. The diversity of living organisms and processes can be derived from common origins and a limited number of elementary structures. This knowledge yields valuable principles for the biological sciences.


Assessment methods:

Written tests.


Bibliography:

  1. Hans Schlegel. Mikrobiologia ogólna. Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN 1996.

  2. Władysław Kunicki-Goldfinger. Życie bakterii. Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN 1994.




Course title: Toxicology

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 3

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Jadwiga Jodynis-Liebert, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Department of Toxicology


Faculty of Pharmacy,

Karol Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences

ul. Dojazd 30, 60-631 Poznań,

tel. (61) 847-07-21

e-mail:


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain knowledge of:

  • basic concepts and phenomena determining toxic action of chemicals,

  • toxicity of some groups of chemicals: inorganic compounds, solvents, pesticides, heavy metals,

  • methods of the assessment of exposure to chemicals,

  • methods of protection human health and the environment from the adverse effects of chemicals.


Course description:

Toxicology is a multidisciplinary field of study of science which is concerned with the harmful effects of chemicals on living organisms. Fundamental toxicology defines the main concepts and terms, correlation between chemical structure and biological activity, elucidates fate of chemicals in organism and mechanisms by which chemicals exert their toxic effects. Another branch of toxicology deals with specific classes of toxic materials grouped by chemical or use characteristics: metals, solvents, pesticides, drugs, plastics. The main applications of toxicology are: clinical, forensic, analytic and experimental. One of the specialized subdisciplines is environmental toxicology. This field of study is concerned with the presence, fate and effects of chemicals on ecosystems as well as with monitoring of pollutants and their transfer between ecosystems (water, soil, air).


Assessment methods:

Oral examination.


Bibliography:

1. W.Seńczuk, Toksykologia, PZWL Warszawa 1994.


Course title : Radiochemistry and Radiation Protection

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2 E

semester IV



Number of credits: 7

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Wiesław Gorączko, Ph.D.,

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. (+48 61) 665 2565, fax (+48 61) 665 2571,

e-mail :Wieslaw.Goraczko@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

Basic knowledge in: radiochemistry, application of radiochemical methods in controlling of typical chemical processes, radiometric methods of measurement, elements of radiation protection, influence of ionizing radiation on biological objects and environment.


Course description:

1-basic elements of nuclear physics - nucleus parameters and models, natural and artificial radioactive elements, nuclear reactions;

2-radiochemistry and radiotracer methods in the study of chemical reactions - isotope exchanging reactions, kinetic and thermodynamic isotope effects, tracing of individual atoms in reactions, elements of radiation chemistry; chemical effects of nuclear transformations;

3-radiametry - gamma, beta, alfa and neutron measurement techniques;

4-basic elements of radiation protection - radioactive sources, doses and dose rates, ionizing radiation shields, radioactive waste and its utilization, health and safety precautions, radiation hormesis phenomena;

5-application of radioactive elements - technical, medical and environmental protection; nuclear energy production;


Assessment methods:

Permanent control and written tests during lab and mathematical exercises; final spoken examination.


Bibliography :

1. H.A.C.Mc Kay, Principles of Radiochemistry; London Butterworths, 1985

2. Niesmiejanow, Radiochemistry; PWN Warszawa, 1995

3. J.Kroh, Radiation Techniques; PWN Warszawa, 1980

4. B.Dziunikowski, Application of Ionizing Radiation Sources in Techniques, Agriculture, Medicine; Wydawnictwa AGH, Kraków 1995

5. Radiation Protection - materials from IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), Polish National Atomic Energy Agency and Polish Nuclear Society



Course title : Law Aspects of Environmental Protection

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



ECTS points : 3

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Andrzej Mizgajski, Ph.D., prof. UAM

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań


Faculty of Geographical & Geological Sciences

Educational Centre in Environmental Protection & Sustainable Development

Zwierzyniecka 7 c, 60-813 Poznań, Poland

tel. (+48 61) 8292425, tel/fax (+48 61) 8292423

e-mail: mizgaj@amu.edu.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student will obtain knowledge of Polish environmental law. The emphasis is put on the legal aspects important for manufacture and management.


Course description:

The main parts of the course:

  • Polish and EU environmental policies,

  • structure of environmental law in Poland,

  • overview of the significant Polish environmental acts,

  • legal control of the environmental impact of manufacturing,

  • the role of local and regional authorities in the environmental policy,

  • legal control of the waste management, duties of the waste producers.


Assessment methods:

Final written examination


Bibliography:

  1. Act of environmental protection and development

  2. Act of water

  3. Act of wastes




Course title: Identification of Organic Compounds

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation: -

lecture:

2

semester V



Number of credits: 6

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Professor Adam Voelkel, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.,

Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 2, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (+48 61) 665 3687, fax (+48 61) 665 3649,

e-mail: Adam.Voelkel@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student should gain knowledge on fundamentals of absorption spectroscopy (UV, IR, NMR) and mass spectrometry as well as on the applications of the above methods in the determination of the structure of organic compounds.


Course description:

Students are instructed in the problems of the utilization of influence of electromagnetic radiation on the molecules of organic species. The possibilities of application of these phenomena for identification of organic compounds - the fundamentals of UV/VIS, IR, NMR and MS spectroscopies - are presented and discussed. The range of presented knowledge enables the independent interpretation of the respective spectra. Students should achieve the basic service skills connected with the common spectral equipment.


Assessment methods:

Written control work - theoretical background, current tests during Laboratory Classes


Bibliography:

1. R.M. Silverstein, G.C. Bassler “Spektroskopowe metody identyfikacji związków organicznych”, PWN, 1970.

2. L.A. Kazicyna, N.B. Kupletska, "Metody spektroskopowe wyznaczania struktury związków organicznych", PWN, Warszawa, 1974.

3. M. Szafran, Z. Dega-Szafran , “Określanie struktury związków organicznych metodami spektroskopowymi”, PWN, Warszawa,1988.

4. W.Zieliński, praca zbiorowa, “Metody spektroskopowe i ich zastosowanie do identyfikacji związków organicznych”, WNT, Warszawa, 1995.



Course title: Fundamentals of Chemical and Process Engineering

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week – semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

3

E

semester V

semester VI



Number of credits: 6 / 4

project:

1

semester V


Lecturer: Professor Stefan Jan Kowalski, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng
Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering

Faculty of Chemical Technology
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