Encabezado Facultad de Ciencias
Presentación

Biología (plan 1997) 2020-2

Segundo Semestre, Sistemática I

Grupo 5099, 25 lugares. 22 alumnos.
Profesor Hernán Vázquez Miranda vi 7:30 a 9:30 S6
Profesor María Berenit Mendoza Garfias ma 7:30 a 10:30 Laboratorio de Prácticas de Sistemática I
 

Sistemática I: Semestre 2020-2

Profesores: M. en C. Berenit Mendoza Garfias y Dr. Hernán Vázquez Miranda

(Instituto de Biología, UNAM: Microscopio Electrónico 🐛--- Colección Nacional de Aves 🦉)

🦖 "Nada en Biología tiene sentido excepto en la luz de la Evolución" - T. Dobzhansky 1973.

🦕 "Muy poco en Evolución tiene sentido excepto en la luz de la filogenia" - SSB op.cit.

En esta clase aprenderán a construir, analizar, e interpretar *el árbol de la vida* o filogenia de la biodiversidad; herramienta fundamental y base de toda la biología.

Forma de Evaluación

  1. Tres exámenes parciales ------ 45%
  2. Examenes semanales ---------- 20%
  3. Tareas y prácticas --------------- 20%
  4. Participación -----------------------15%

TOTAL ----------------------------- 100%

Software a emplear en las prácticas:

- Twitter (Así es, la red social 😎)

- R 3.5 en Rstudio (Paquetes: Rtwitter, MASS, vegan, ape, phytools, phangorn, y geiger)

- PAUP*, IQtree

- TNT: Tree analysis using New Technology

- MrBayes: Bayesian Inference of Phylogeny

- BEAST: Bayesian Evolutionary Analysis Sampling Trees

- ClustalW2, MAFFT

- Blast

- jModelTest

Cronograma (B – Berenit; H – Hernán)

Día

Tema

Profesor

Ma

28

Enero

Presentación

B y H

Vi

31

Enero

La sistemática y su relevancia

B

Ma

04

Febrero

La sistemática y su relevancia

B

Vi

07

Febrero

Pensando en árboles filogenéticos

H

Ma

11

Febrero

Historia de la Sistemática

H

Vi

14

Febrero

Conceptos de especie

H

Ma

18

Febrero

Visita a colecciones I

B y H

Vi

21

Febrero

Patrones de especiación

H

Ma

25

Febrero

Patrones de especiación

H

Vi

28

Febrero

Examen Parcial I

Ma

03

Marzo

Caracteres y Homología

B

Vi

06

Marzo

Caracteres y Homología

B

Ma

10

Marzo

Evolucionismo-Gradismo

H

Vi

13

Marzo

Visita de colecciones II

B y H

Ma

17

Marzo

Métodos de distancia y Fenética

H

Vi

20

Marzo

Métodos de distancia y Fenética

H

Ma

24

Marzo

Métodos de distancia y Fenética

H

Vi

27

Marzo

Métodos de parsimonia y Cladismo

B

Ma

31

Marzo

Examen Parcial II

Vi

03

Abril

Métodos de Parsimonia y cladismo

B

6 al 10 de Abril SEMANA SANTA (no hay clase)

Ma

14

Abril

Métodos de parsimonia y cladismo

B

Vi

17

Abril

Métodos Probabilisticos

H

Ma

21

Abril

Métodos Probabilísticos

H

Vi

24

Abril

Métodos Probabilísticos

H

Ma

28

Abril

Métodos Probabilísticos

H

Ma

05

Mayo

Visita de colecciones III

B y H

Vi

08

Mayo

Métodos de Árboles de Especies

H

Ma

12

Mayo

Nomenclatura

B

Ma

19

Mayo

Nomenclatura

B

Vi

22

Mayo

Examen Parcial III

Ma

26

Mayo

Entrega de calificaciones

H y B

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