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 المناهج والمقررات للفرع
 

 المواد المدرجة ضمن الفرع:

    المواد العلمية التي تدرس في فرع العقاقير وعدد ساعاتها النظرية والعملية والسنوات التي تدرس فيها موضحة في الجدول التالي:

 

رقم المقرر

السنة

المادة

الفصل

الفصل

نظري

عملي

الوحدات

السنة الثانية

2210

2

عقاقير I

 

 

 

 

2

3

2

4

السنة الثالثة

312

3

عقاقير II

1

 

 

 

 

2

2

3

3210

3

عقاقير III

 

 

 

 

2

3

2

4

 

 

 

 

 Department of PharmacognosyDepartment of Pharmacognosy

 

Title of the course: Pharmacognosy      Course number: 2210

Level: 2nd Class, 2nd Semester

Credit hours: Theory 2 hours       Laboratory    1 hour

Tutors:

Reference text: Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy; (Latest edition).

 

Objectives: This course is intended to study the scope of pharmacognosy, Medicinal plant   nomenclature, classification of natural products, phytochemistry which include extraction and isolation of active constituents from natural sources.

No

Lecture title

hours

1.

General Introduction: The Scope of Pharmacognosy, definitions and basic principles.

2

2.

Drugs from natural sources, crud drugs, official and non-official drugs.

1

3.

Classification of natural products.

1

4.

Plant nomenclature and taxonomy.

1

5.

Production of crude drugs: Cultivation, collection, drying and storage. 

3

6.

Deterioration of crude natural products.

1

7.

Pharmacological activities of natural products.

2

8.

Chemistry of natural drug products.

3

9.

Quality control: Evaluation of natural products; macroscopical evaluation; physical evaluation; chemical evaluation; biological evaluation; spectroscopical evaluation.

4

10.

Phytochemical investigation of herbal products: Extraction of the plant material; Separation and isolation of constituents; characterization of the isolated compounds.

3

11.

Separation technique: Introduction; Mechanisms of separation and classification based on the type of technique; paper chromatography; Thin layer  chromatography; Ion-exchange chromatography; Gel filtration chromatography; Column chromatography; Gas chromatography; HPLC; Electrophoresis; Affinity chromatography.

7

 

12.

Traditional plant medicines as a source of new drugs.

2

 

Department of Pharmacognosy

Title of the course: Pharmacognosy II   Course number: 312

Level: 3rd Class, 1st Semester

Credit hours: Theory 2 hours       Laboratory    1 hour

Tutors:

Reference text: Robbers JE, Speedie MK, Tyler VE (Eds.); Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology;  latest edition.

 

Objectives: This course is intended to study chemistry of natural product namely glycosides, volatile oils, fixed oils, tannins and resins. The course includes chemistry, pharmacology, uses of these constituents and plants containing these constituents.

 

No

Lecture title

hours

1.

Introduction: General biosynthesis pathways of secondary metabolites.

2

2.

Carbohydrates.

2

3.

Glycosides: Biosynthesis, physical and chemical properties; cardiac glycosides; saponin glycosides; anthraquinone glycosides; flavonoid glycosides; cyanophore lycosides.

5

4.

Glycosides: Isothiocyanate  glycosides; aldehyde glycosides; alcoholic  glycosides; phenolic glycosides; lactone  glycosides; coumarins and chromones.

5

5.

Resins and resin combination; tannins.

2

6.

Lipids: fixed oils and waxes.

3

7.

Volatile oils: Introduction; chemistry of volatile oils; biosynthesis of volatile oils; hydrocarbons as volatile oils; alcohols as volatile oils; aldehydes as volatile oils.

4

8.

Ketones as volatile oils; Phenols as volatile oils; Oxides  as volatile oils; Ester as volatile oils; Phenolic ethers as volatile oils.  

3

9.

Non- medicinal toxic plants.

2

10.

Vitamins and Amino acids.

2

 

Department of Pharmacognosy

Title of the course: Pharmacognosy III   Course number: 3210

Level: 3rd Class, 2nd Semester

Credit hours: Theory 2 hours       Laboratory    1 hour

Tutors:

Reference text: Robbers JE, Speedie MK, Tyler VE (Eds.); Pharmacognosy and Pharmacobiotechnology;  latest edition.

 

Objectives: This course is intended to study chemistry of other natural products namely alkaloids and antibiotics. Also this course includes studying tissue culture techniques utilized for production of natural products.

 

 

No

Lecture title

hours

1.

Alkaloids: Introduction; Physical and chemical properties; pyridine, piperidine alkaloids; tropane alkaloids.

5

2.

Alkaloids: Quinoline tropan alkaloids; iso-quinoline alkaloids; imidazole alkaloids; indole alkaloids.

5

3.

Alkaloids: Steroidal alkaloids; lupinane alkaloids; alkaloidal amines; purine alkaloids.

4

4.

Antibiotics: Natural sources; biosynthetic pathways, isolation and purification.

8

5.

Tissue culture of medicinal plant: Introduction and history; laboratory of the plant tissue culture; aseptic techniques.

4

6.

Application of the plant tissue culture; environmental and biological control; plant growth regulators.

4

 

 

 

خريجي الكلية

القسم
الشهادة
السنة
النوع
الجنس
الاسم

الاساتذة والاداريين


القسم
اللقب
الاسم


طلبة الكلية

القسم
المرحلة
الشهادة
النوع
الجنس
الاسم