Course curriculum

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. 2. Animal Cell - Basic Structure

    3. 3. Cell Membrane

    4. 4. Cytoplasm

    5. 5. Nucleus

    6. 6. Mitochondrion and Ribosome

    7. 7. Plant Cell - Basic Structure

    8. 8. Cell Wall

    9. 9. Chloroplast

    10. 10. Large Central Vacuole

    11. 11. Comparing the animal cell to the plant cell

    12. 12. The Bacteria Cell

    13. 13. Levels of organization

    14. 14. Specialized Cells (Part 1)

    15. 15. Specialized Cells (Part 2)

    16. 16. Specialized Cells (Part 3)

    17. 17. Specialized Cells (Part 4)

    18. Drawings in Biology

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. Exercise 1

    3. 2. Why Classify

    4. Exercise 2

    5. 3. The binomial System of Naming Species

    6. Exercise 3

    7. 4. Examples of scientific Names

    8. Exercise 4

    9. 5. Classification

    10. Exercise 5

    11. 6. Kingdoms

    12. Exercise 6

    13. 7. Prokayotes - Main characteristics

    14. Exercise 7

    15. 8. Protoctist - Main characteristics

    16. Exercise 8

    17. 9. Fungi - Main characteristics

    18. Exercise 9

    19. 10. Plants - Main characteristics

    20. Exercise 10

    21. 11. Animals - Main characteristics

    22. Exercise 11

    23. 12. Vertebrates

    24. Exercise 12

    25. 13. Fish

    26. Exercise 13

    27. 14. Amphibians

    28. Exercise 14

    29. 15. Reptiles

    30. Exercise 15

    31. 16. Birds

    32. Exercise 16

    33. 17. Mammals

    34. Exercise 17

    35. 18. Arthropods

    36. Exercise 18

    37. 19. Insects

    38. Exercise 19

    39. 20. Myriapods

    40. Exercise 20

    41. 21. Arachnids

    42. Exercise 21

    43. 22. Crustaceans

    44. Exercise 22

    45. 23. Classification of plants

    46. Exercise 23

    47. 24. Ferns

    48. Exercise 24

    49. 25. Flowering Plants

    50. Exercise 25

    51. 26. Dicots vs Monocots

    52. Exercise 26

    53. 27. Virus

    54. Exercise 27

    55. 28. Replication of viruses

    56. Exercise 28

    57. 29. Dichotomous Key

    58. Exercise 29

    59. 30. Diagrammatics Representation

    60. 31. Descriptive Representation

    61. Course in PDF

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. 2. Diffusion

    3. 3. How molecules move

    4. 4. Factors affecting diffusion

    5. 5. Osmosis

    6. 6. Osmosis and its effects

    7. 7. Turgor pressure

    8. 8. Water

    9. 9. Active transport and its importance

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. 2. Carbohydrates

    3. Exercise 1

    4. 3. Monosaccharides- simple sugars

    5. Exercise 2

    6. 4. Disaccharides - double sugars

    7. 5. Polysaccharides- multiple sugars

    8. 6. Functions of carbohydrates

    9. Exercise 3

    10. 7. Lipids

    11. Exercise 4

    12. Exercise 5

    13. 8. Function of lipids

    14. Exercise 6

    15. 9. Proteins

    16. Exercise 7

    17. 10. Functions of proteins

    18. 11.Nucleic acids

    19. Exercise 8

    20. Exercise 9

    21. 12. Nucleotides

    22. 13. DNA and RNA

    23. Course in PDF

    1. 1. What is a catalyst (Introduction)

    2. 2. Structure and mechanism of enzymes

    3. 3. Activation energy

    4. 4. Characteristics of enzymes

    5. 5. Effect of temperature on enzymes

    6. 6. Effect of PH on enzymes

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. Exercise 1

    3. 2. Chlorophyll

    4. Exercise 2

    5. 3. Raw materials

    6. Exercise 3

    7. 4. Products Part 1

    8. Exercise 4

    9. 5. Products Part 2

    10. 6. The leaf

    11. Exercise 5

    12. 7. Adaption of a leaf

    13. Exercise 6

    14. 8. Internal structure of a leaf Part 1

    15. 9. Internal structure of a leaf Part 2

    16. Exercise 7

    17. 10. Leaf structure Part 1

    18. 11. Leaf structure Part 2

    19. 12. Leaf structure Part 3

    20. Exercise 8

    21. 13. Raw materials for photosynthesis

    22. Exercise 9

    23. 14. Importance of photosynthesis

    24. Exercise 10

    25. 15. Mineral solution

    26. Exercise 11

    27. 16. Magnesium

    28. 17. Nitrogen nitrate

    29. Exercise 12

    30. 18. Limiting factors

    31. 19. Light intensity as limiting factor

    32. 20. Carbon dioxide as limiting factor

    33. Exercise 13

    34. 21. Temperature as limiting factor

    35. 22. Test for starch in leaf

    36. Exercise 14

    37. 23. Testing for the importance of light for photosynthesis

    38. 24. Testing for the importance of chlorophyll for photosynthesis

    39. 25. Testing for the importance of carbon dioxide for photosynthesis

    40. Exercise 15

    41. 26. Demonstrating oxygen is produced during photosynthesis

    42. Exercise 16

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