HBD3104 - Dermal Sciences 3
|1.||Compare variations in craniofacial anatomy and the integumentary system related to sex and race;|
|2.||Examine the current theories of genetic variation and the transmission of genetic information from parent to daughter cells to predict how genotype may translate to phenotype and apply this to understanding the genetic basis of disease;|
|3.||Evaluate the development of the integumentary system from embryogenesis to adulthood;|
|4.||Analyse the various theories of ageing relating to the integumentary system; and|
|5.||Investigate the cutaneous manifestations of ageing, autoimmune disease and genetic disorders relevant to dermal science.|
|Test||Three (3) online tests (30 mins each duration)||20%|
|Assignment||Writing a book chapter (Group task, 2500 words)||50%|
|Presentation||Presentation (In groups of up to 5 students, 15mins duration and submission of PowerPoint slides)||30%|
Biology of Ageing
McDonald, R. (2019)
Connecticut, USA: Taylor and Francis
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