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Marine Studies B BEN203 Course Online

Why Study this Marine Studies B Course?

If you want to further deepen your knowledge about the various varieties of marine organisms, then this course is for you! This online marine studies b course will further boost your understanding about the marine world.

This course will teach you various things about the different varieties of organisms, plants, arthropods, mollusks, and echinoderms that exist in the marine environment, the difference and shared characteristics of non-body fish, bony fish, and how to differentiate their families, and the other groups of animals that includes reptiles, birds and mammals.

 

Marine Biology Online Course

Follow on from Marine Studies I with this in-depth course that focuses on Protists, Sponges, Marine plants, Cnidarians, Worms, Arthropods, Molluscs, Echinoderms, Non Bony Fish, Selected Bony Fish and selected Marine Mammals.   You can take this as a stand alone course too!

Course Aims

  • Describe the variety and nature of microscopic animals which occur in marine environments.
  • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of marine plants.
  • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of cnidarians and marine worms.
  • Describe the variety and nature of arthropods in marine environments.
  • Describe the variety and nature of Molluscs in marine environments.
  • Differentiate between different classes of Echinoderms and selected families within those classes.
  • Describe the shared characteristics and distinguishing features of a selection of different species of non-bony fish.
  • Describe characteristics of bony fish, including anatomy, physiology and behaviour.
  • Differentiate between different families of bony fish.
  • Describe the taxonomic characteristics of groups of marine animals including reptiles, birds and mammals.

Course Outline

There are 10 lessons in this course:

  1. Introduction and Simple Organisms
    • Terminology
    • Classification or Taxonomy
    • Simple and microscopic organisms
    • Types of protazoans
    • Ciliates
    • Flagellates
    • Algae
    • Bacteria
    • Plankton
    • Sponges
  2. Marine Plants
    • Terminology
    • Overview of seaweeds
    • Chlorophyta (Green Algae)
    • Phaeophyta (Brown Algae)
    • Rhodophyta (Red algae)
    • Marine fungi
    • Marine flowering plants: sea grasses, mangroves, salt marsh plants
  3. Cnidarians and Worms:
    • Terminology
    • Anemones
    • Jellyfish
    • Crustaceans
    • Worms: flatworms, ribbon worms, round worms
    • Segmented worms. peanut worms, giant tube worms
  4. Arthropods
    • Introduction
    • Characteristics
    • Prawns and shrimps
    • Deep water prawns in the atlantic
    • The common prawn (Palaemon serratus)
    • Giant red shrimp
    • Pink prawn
    • Shallow water prawns
    • Indian white prawn
    • Tiger prawn
    • Kuruma shrimp
    • Green tiger prawn
    • Peneaeus notialis and others
    • Barnacles
    • Crabs
    • True crabs
    • Hermit crabs
  5. Molluscs
    • Introduction and classification
    • Characteristics
    • Gastropods
    • Whelk
    • Bivalves
    • Mussels and oysters
    • Cocles
    • Green lipped mussels, common mussel, mediterranean mussel, and others
    • Pacific oyster, European flat oyster, Olympia oyster
    • Nudibranchs (open gilled sea slugs)
    • Cephalapods
    • Octopuses
    • Biology of the octopus
    • Cuttlefish
    • Squid: classification and biology
    • Oegopsida squid and other squid
    • Chitons
  6. Echinoderms:
    • Terminology
    • Characteristics of Echinoderms
    • Starfish
    • Sea Urchins
    • Sea Cucumbers
  7. Non Bony Fishes:
    • Lampreys
    • Hagfishes
    • Sharks
    • Rays
  8. Bony Fishes I
    • Introduction
    • Terminology
    • Structure and biological characteristics
    • Classification
  9. Bony Fishes II
    • Families within Oesteichyes
    • Mesopelagic fish: distribution, life historyand ecology
    • Clupeoids (eg. sardine, herring)
    • Tunas: types, life history, feeding, predators
    • Mackerels
    • Bill Fish (Marlins, spear fish, sail fish)
  10. Marine Mammals and Higher Animals
    • Marine reptiles: sea snakes, sea turtles, crocadylians
    • Pinnipeds (seals walruses, Seal lions
    • Dugongs and Manatees
    • Whales and Dolphins
    • Sea birds

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  • Certificate sent to you
  • Online study (Printed notes available)
  • Self paced - no set timetable
  • 12 months to complete course

From: $35.00 / week for 19 weeks

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    Why Study this Marine Studies B Course?

    If you want to further deepen your knowledge about the various varieties of marine organisms, then this course is for you! This online marine studies b course will further boost your understanding about the marine world.

    This course will teach you various things about the different varieties of organisms, plants, arthropods, mollusks, and echinoderms that exist in the marine environment, the difference and shared characteristics of non-body fish, bony fish, and how to differentiate their families, and the other groups of animals that includes reptiles, birds and mammals.

     

    Marine Biology Online Course

    Follow on from Marine Studies I with this in-depth course that focuses on Protists, Sponges, Marine plants, Cnidarians, Worms, Arthropods, Molluscs, Echinoderms, Non Bony Fish, Selected Bony Fish and selected Marine Mammals.   You can take this as a stand alone course too!

    Course Aims

    • Describe the variety and nature of microscopic animals which occur in marine environments.
    • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of marine plants.
    • Describe the variety and nature of a range of different types of cnidarians and marine worms.
    • Describe the variety and nature of arthropods in marine environments.
    • Describe the variety and nature of Molluscs in marine environments.
    • Differentiate between different classes of Echinoderms and selected families within those classes.
    • Describe the shared characteristics and distinguishing features of a selection of different species of non-bony fish.
    • Describe characteristics of bony fish, including anatomy, physiology and behaviour.
    • Differentiate between different families of bony fish.
    • Describe the taxonomic characteristics of groups of marine animals including reptiles, birds and mammals.

    Course Outline

    There are 10 lessons in this course:

    1. Introduction and Simple Organisms
      • Terminology
      • Classification or Taxonomy
      • Simple and microscopic organisms
      • Types of protazoans
      • Ciliates
      • Flagellates
      • Algae
      • Bacteria
      • Plankton
      • Sponges
    2. Marine Plants
      • Terminology
      • Overview of seaweeds
      • Chlorophyta (Green Algae)
      • Phaeophyta (Brown Algae)
      • Rhodophyta (Red algae)
      • Marine fungi
      • Marine flowering plants: sea grasses, mangroves, salt marsh plants
    3. Cnidarians and Worms:
      • Terminology
      • Anemones
      • Jellyfish
      • Crustaceans
      • Worms: flatworms, ribbon worms, round worms
      • Segmented worms. peanut worms, giant tube worms
    4. Arthropods
      • Introduction
      • Characteristics
      • Prawns and shrimps
      • Deep water prawns in the atlantic
      • The common prawn (Palaemon serratus)
      • Giant red shrimp
      • Pink prawn
      • Shallow water prawns
      • Indian white prawn
      • Tiger prawn
      • Kuruma shrimp
      • Green tiger prawn
      • Peneaeus notialis and others
      • Barnacles
      • Crabs
      • True crabs
      • Hermit crabs
    5. Molluscs
      • Introduction and classification
      • Characteristics
      • Gastropods
      • Whelk
      • Bivalves
      • Mussels and oysters
      • Cocles
      • Green lipped mussels, common mussel, mediterranean mussel, and others
      • Pacific oyster, European flat oyster, Olympia oyster
      • Nudibranchs (open gilled sea slugs)
      • Cephalapods
      • Octopuses
      • Biology of the octopus
      • Cuttlefish
      • Squid: classification and biology
      • Oegopsida squid and other squid
      • Chitons
    6. Echinoderms:
      • Terminology
      • Characteristics of Echinoderms
      • Starfish
      • Sea Urchins
      • Sea Cucumbers
    7. Non Bony Fishes:
      • Lampreys
      • Hagfishes
      • Sharks
      • Rays
    8. Bony Fishes I
      • Introduction
      • Terminology
      • Structure and biological characteristics
      • Classification
    9. Bony Fishes II
      • Families within Oesteichyes
      • Mesopelagic fish: distribution, life historyand ecology
      • Clupeoids (eg. sardine, herring)
      • Tunas: types, life history, feeding, predators
      • Mackerels
      • Bill Fish (Marlins, spear fish, sail fish)
    10. Marine Mammals and Higher Animals
      • Marine reptiles: sea snakes, sea turtles, crocadylians
      • Pinnipeds (seals walruses, Seal lions
      • Dugongs and Manatees
      • Whales and Dolphins
      • Sea birds

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      Enrol Now

      • Experienced Tutor support
      • Certificate sent to you
      • Online study (Printed notes available)
      • Self paced - no set timetable
      • 12 months to complete course

      From: $35.00 / week for 19 weeks

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