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Monday, February 11, 2013

Download HSEB Notes of Zoology Class 11 | Biology

BIOLOGY | ZOOLOGY
UNIT WISE HSEB NOTES OF ZOOLOGY
CLASS : 11


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UNIT ONE : INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY 
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Nature and scope of Biology, branches and relation with other sciences, General approach to understand life processes.

UNIT TWO : ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE
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Meaning of evolution, Life and its origin, A brief history of evolutionary ideas, Oparin and Haldane's theory, Miller and Urey Experiment, Organic evolution, evidences of evolution : structural, anatomical, paleontological, embryological,biochemical and genetical, Lamarckism, Darwinism and concept of Neo-Darwinism, Human evolution.


UNIT THREE : BIODIVERSITY
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Meaning of biodiversity, faunal diversity of Nepal.

UNIT FOUR : KINGDOM PROTISTA
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Characteristics and classification of phylum Protozoa up to class with examples; habit and habitat, structure, reproduction and life cycle of Paramecium and Plasmodium vivax (a concept of P. falciparum ).

UNIT FIVE : KINGDOM ANIMALIA
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General character and classification of the following phyla (upto class) with examples- Porifera, Coelentratrata (Cnidaria), Platyhelminthes, Aschelminthes (Nemathelminthes), Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata and Chordata.

Habit and habitat, structure; digestive, circulatory, excretory, reproductive and nervious systems. Economic importance.

Habit and habitat, structure; digestive, circulatory, respiratory, urino-genital and nervious system (structure and function of brain).

Air, water and soil. Sources of pollution, their effect and control measures. Hazards of pesticides.

Taxes, reflexes and reflex action, dominance and leadership, migratory behaviour of fish and bird. Animal Adaptation : Aquatic Adaptation : Aquatic, amphibious and terrestrial (arboreal and volant)

Wildlife conservation : Meaning of wildlife, importance of wildlife, meaning of rare, threatend, vulnerable and endangered species; few endangered species in Nepal. Conservation practices (National parks, Wildlife reserves and hunting reserves ), Ways of conservation and causes of extinction. Human responsibility for the protection of earth.

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