- Scope and branches of biology, its relation with other subjects
- Life and its origin, Oparin and Halden’s theory, Miller Urey Experiments
- Life components (Organic and inorganic)
- Definition, Organic evolution
- History, theories of organic evolution ( Lamarckism, Darwinism, Neo-Darwinism)
- Evidences of organic evolution (morphological, embryological, anatomical, palentological, chemical and genetical)
- Human evolution.
A. Animal Diversity and Their Classification
- General Characteristics and its classification up to class with examples of the following:
- Echinodermata and
B. Paramecium caudatum :
- Habit and habitat, structure, reproduction (Binary fission and Conjugation with its significance).
- Bones Appendicular and Axial
- A. Plasmodium vivax: Habit and habitat, structure (Sporozoite), life- cycle and control of malaria.
- B. Pheretima posthuma: Habit and habitat, structure, digestive, nervous and reproductive system and economic importance of earthworms.
- C. Rana tigrina: Habit and habitat, structure, digestive, nervous, respiratory, circulatory, excretory, and reproductive systems. Histology of the related organs
- D. Developmental Biology
- Development of frog (embryonic and post embryonic development)
- Mammal (Rabbit /Man):
- and reproductive systems.
- Histology of the related organs,
- human blood groups and sense organs (Eye and Ear).
- Socially significant : Drug abuse, Alcoholism and Smoking.
- Communicable: Typhoid, Tuberculosis, Ascariasis, Girardiasis and AIDS.
- Non-communicable: Cancer.
- Covid -19
- Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous.
- Animal Behavior
- Reflex action
- Migration of fishes and birds: Habit and habitat, structure, digestive, nervous and reproductive
- Animal Adaptation
- Volant (aerial)
- Desert and parasitic