Course code PJH340

PJH340 Quality in Food Plants

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Course responsible: Siv Fagertun Remberg
Teachers: Anne Kjersti Uhlen
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Biosciences
Teaching language: EN, NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Even years
First time: 2012H
Last time: 2021V
Preferential right:
Master students in Plant Sciences, Biology, Food Sciences
Course contents:
The course will focus on human food plants, including fruits, berries, vegetables, potato and cereals. Important nutrients and health related compounds in food plants will be emphasised. The effect of genetic variation, environmental factors and agronomic practices will also be important aspects. The importance of selected compounds in the plants and their influence on human health will also be included.
Learning outcome:
Students following the course are expected to have obtained the following: Competence: -be able to use existing knowledge and skills to obtain new knowledge in the field -be able to communicate relevant problems and discuss possible solutions with specialists in the field -be able to communicate relevant knowledge to the public Knowledge: -Obtain knowledge on attributes related to quality in food plants -Obtain knowledge on how quality attributes in food plants are influenced by genetics and environmental conditions -Obtain knowledge on individual compounds in food plants and their effect on human health Skills: -Be able to provide assistance to the food industry regarding quality and quality variations in food plants -Be able to contribute to increased knowledge regarding quality of food plants through research
Learning activities:
Lectures, laboratory exercises and student presentations
Teaching support:
Canvas
Syllabus:
Textbooks, scientific papers and laboratory activities
Recommended prerequisites:
BOT130
Mandatory activity:
Laboratory exercises and student presentations
Assessment:
Written exam counts 100%
Nominal workload:
app. 300 hours
Entrance requirements:
Special requirements in Science
Type of course:
4 hours lectures and laboratory exercises per week
Note:
Autumn 2020 is the last time this course is offered. Revised and new course is planned offered for the first time autumn 2021. 
Examiner:
External sensor
Allowed examination aids: A1 No calculator, no other aids
Examination details: One written exam: A - E / F