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11th Standard Higher secondary First Year

zoology -

BIODIVERSITY


-> Biodiversity Explanation and Biodiversity in India
-> Taxonomic systems
-> Introduction to taxa and species
-> Phenetic method or Numerical taxonomy and Cytotaxonomy and Chemotaxonomy and Palaeotaxonomy Explaination
-> Nomenclature methods and Basic principles of nomenclature and Identification keys
-> Methods of grouping animals
-> Phylum : Protozoa, Porifera and Coelenterata or Cnidaria
-> Phylum: Platyhelminthes
-> Phylum : Nematoda and Annelida
-> Phylum : Arthropoda
-> Phylum Mollusca and Phylum Echinodermata
-> Phylum Chordata and Diversity and General Characters of Chordates
-> Classification of Phylum Chordata
-> Sub phylum : Vertebrata (Craniata) and Classification of Vertebrata - Class : Pisces and Tetrapoda
-> Class : Amphibia - sub phylum Tetrapoda
-> Class : Amniota - Reptilia - sub phylum - Tetrapoda
-> Class : Aves - sub phylum - Tetrapoda
-> Class : Mammalia - Reptilia - sub phylum - Tetrapoda
-> Monotremata, Marsupialia and Placentalia –Classification of Class : Mammalia - Reptilia - sub phylum – Tetrapoda
-> Scientific Names of Animals
-> Plasmodium
-> Life cycle in the mosquito - sporogony
-> Control of Malaria
-> Types of Malaria
-> Earthworm - External features , External apertures
-> Earthworm - Body wall ,Body Cavity,Locomotion
-> Earthworm - Digestive System, Feeding
-> Earthworm - Circulatory System
-> Earthworm - Excretory Systemk
-> Earthworm - Excretory System
-> Earthworm - Nervous System
-> Earthworm - Reproductive System
-> Pigeon - External features
-> Pigeon - The wings
-> Pigeon - Exoskeleton : Quill feather
-> Pigeon – Endoskeleton : Flight muscles, Pectoralis major, Pectoralis minor or subclavius, Coracobrachialis
-> Pigeon – Digestive system
-> Pigeon - Respiratory System
-> Pigeon - Circulatory system and Venous system
-> Nervous system and Sense organ of Pigeon
-> Pigeon - Urinogenital system and Male, Female reproductive organs

CELL BIOLOGY


-> Cell Biology
-> Microscopy and Anton van Leeuwenhoek simple microscope
-> Compound light, Dark field, Phase contrast, Oil – immersion and Electron microscope
-> Cytological Techniques
-> Plasma Membrane
-> Mitochondria
-> Ribosomes
-> Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) and Function of Endoplasmic Reticulum
-> Golgi apparatus
-> Lysosomes
-> Centrioles
-> Animal Nucleus or Human Nucleus
-> Chromosomes of Animal Nucleus or Human Nucleus
-> Cancer biology
-> Molecular biology of cancer
-> Types of cancer and factor causes cancer
-> Cancer and death
-> Management of cancer : Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy

HUMAN ANATOMY


-> History of Human anatomy
-> The Integumentary System - Skin and hypodermis
-> The Integumentary System - hypodermis, Epidermis, Callus, Skin color, Hair, glands, Nails
-> Human Skeletal System
-> Structure of a typical long bone
-> Skull - Human Skeletal system
-> Vertebrae - Human Skeletal system
-> Rib cage - Human Skeletal system
-> Appendicular skeleton - Pectoral girdle, Pectoral girdle, Pelvic girdle or pelvis, Wrist, Hand, Leg, Ankle, Foot, Kinds of joints, Fibrous joints, Cartilaginous joints, Synovial joints
-> Human Muscular System and Types of Muscular System
-> Skeletal muscles - Human Muscular System
-> Shapes of muscles and Naming of muscles - Human Muscular System
-> Distribution of human muscles - Muscles of the human head, Muscles of the Neck region, Muscles of the Trunk region, Muscles of the upper limb, Muscles of the lower limb
-> Human Entire Digestive system process with diagram - Mouth or Buccal cavity, Tongue, Teeth, Salivary glands, Pharynx, Stomach, Small intestine, Duodenum, Jejunum and ileum, Liver, Gall bladder, Pancreas, Caecum, Colon, Rectum, Anal canal
-> Human Respiratory system with diagram - Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Lungs, Thoracic wall and muscles of respirations
-> The Human Circulatory System - Systemic and Pulmonary circulations - Pulmonary circulation, Systemic circulation, Portal circulation
-> Components of Human Circulatory system : Blood vessels, Types of blood vessels, The Heart
-> The Human Heart structure with diagram
-> Human Lymphatic system - Lymphoid cells and tissues, Thymus, Lymph nodes, Spleen, Tonsils, The lymphatic circulation
-> The structure of a peripheral nerve : Central nervous system (C N S) Peripheral nervous system Autonomous nervous system , brain
-> Human Brain : Prosencephalon (Fore brain), Mesencephalon (mid brain), Rhombencephalon (hind brain), Brain stem, Pachymenix, Leptomeninges
-> The Eye - Sensory Organ
-> Ears (The organs of hearing) - The Sensory Organ
-> Endocrine system and glands : Pituitary gland (or) Hypophysis, thyroid, parathy roids, pancreas, adrenals, testes and ovaries
-> Urinary system : kidneys (renes), ureters, the uri-nary bladder (vesica urinaria) and the urethra
-> Male reproductive organs
-> Female reproductive organs

GENETICS


-> GENETICS
-> Quantitive inheritance - GENETICS
-> Genetics : Sex determination in Human beings
-> Male haploidy or Haplo-diploidy mechanism
-> Genetics : Sex - linked Inheritance
-> Genetics : Pleiotropy

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY


-> Developmental Biology - Gametogenesis, Spermatogenesis, Oogenesis, Fertilization
-> Types of eggs
-> Cleavage and types - Frog’s egg
-> Gastrulation in frog embryo
-> Organogenesis of Frog

ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY


-> Corals - reef builders - ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY
-> Earthworm - Vermiculture
-> Uses and types of Beneficial Insects : Productive Insects - Honey bee, Silk worms, Lac insects. Helpful Insects : Insect - Predators
-> Prawns, Lobsters and Crabs - ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY
-> Pearl Oyster
-> Fishes - Nutritive value
-> Guano (Bird excreta)
-> Aquarium - Setting up an aquarium tank
-> Vivarium ( Zoo ) and List of important Zoos
-> Disease causing organisms – Vectors : Housefly - Musca domestica, Sand flies - Phlebotomus papatasi, Rat fleas - Xenopsylla cheopis, The human louse - Pediculus humanus, Mosquitoes : Anopheles, Culex, Aedes sp
-> Poisonous Organisms : Physalia, Scorpion, Centipede, Honey bees and Wasps, Poisonous fishes, Poisonous snakes
-> Poisonous snakes : Cobra, Krait, Vipers, Sea Snakes and Poison Apparatus of a Snake
-> Fouling Organisms
-> Pests - Pests of Crops : Cotton, Paddy, Sugarcane, Vegetables, Coconut palm, Stored grains, household goods

ORIGIN OF LIFE


-> ORIGIN OF LIFE - Theories
-> Geological time scale : Palaeozoic era, Mesozoic era, Cenozoic era
-> Fossils : Fossilization, Evolutionary significance of fossils, List of Important fossils
-> Extinct animals-mass extinction : Causes and Pattern of extiniction

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