NEET Biology Video Course

Living World(Code-RLW)

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 1 (Characteristics of the Living  Organisms)-RLW1

 
  • Cellular Structure

  • Definite Shape And Size

  • Organisation

  • Growth And Development

  • Reproduction

  • Energy

  • Metabolism

  • Homeostasis

  • Response And Irritability

  • Healing And Repair

  • Excretion

  • Movement

  • Variation & Adaptation- Short Term And Long Term

  • Evolution

  • Life Span

  • Death

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 2(Degree and Basis of Diversity)-RLW2

  • Appearance

  • Form

  • Size

  • Color

  • Habitat

  • Aquatic

  • Plankton

  • Nekton

  • benthos

  • terrestrial

  • fossorial

  • scanosorial

  • arboreal

  • Volant

  • Cursorial

  • Plants hydrophytes, halophytes, mesophytes, xerophytes

  • HABITS- free living, parasites, commensals, symbionts, solitary, colonies, social life, plantigrade, digitigrade, unguligrade, autotomy, regeneration, hibernation, aestivation

  • Structure- prokaryotic, eukaryotic

  • Nutrition

  • Autotrophic-photosynthetic or chemosynthetic

  • Heterotrophic

  • Saprozoic or saprophytic

  • Holotrophic/holozoic

  • Herbivorouss

  • Carnivorous

  • Omnivorous

  • Sanguivorous

  • Mixotrophic

  • Insectivorous

  • Respiration

  • Body surface

  • Gills

  • Lungs

  • Tracheae

  • Stomata(plants)

  • Excretion

  • Irritability

  • Reproduction

  • Asexual

  • Sexual

  • Seeds, spores

  • Oviparous, viviparous, ovoviviparous

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 3 (Taxonomy)-RLW3

  • History

  • Classical taxonomy

  • Modern taxonomy/ new systematics

  • Basis of Systematic Study

  • Characterization

  • Identification

  • Classification

  • nomenclature

  • Identification

  • Classification

  • Classification guidelines

  • Interpretation of characteristics of organisms

  • Chemical similarities

  • Problems in classification

  • Nomenclature

  • Meaning

  • Need for scientific name

  • Advantages and drawbacks of common/vernacular names

  • Drawbacks

  • Insufficiency

  • Multiplicity

  • Ambibuity

  • Unscientific basis

  • Fantasticalness

  • Wrong impression

  • Different meanings

  • Fresh names

  • Advantages

  • Systems of scientific names- binomial and trinomial nomenclature

  • Codes of biological nomenclature- ICBN(1961), ICZN(1964), ICBN, ICVN, ICNCP

  • Rules of scientific names/binomial nomenclature

  • Advantages of scientific names

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 4 (Taxonomy)-RLW4

  • Taxonomic Category

  • Meaning

  • Major taxonomic categories

  • Obligate categories

  • Species

  • genus,

  • family,

  • order,

  • class,

  • phyla/divisions,

  • kingdom

  • Intermediate categories

  • Taxonomic hierarchy

  • Taxon

  • Utilities of systematics

  • Academic facility

  • Identification service-applied biology, pest control, disease control, quarantine control, preservation of wild life, fossil study, newly discovered organisms, indicator organisms

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 5 (TAXONOMIC AIDS)-RLW5

  • History of herbaria

  • Major herbaria

  • Role of herbaria

  • Repository of plant species

  • Safety of type specimens

  • Compilation of floras, manuals and monographs

  • Identification facility

  • Training facility

  • Research facility

  • Preservation of voucher specimen

  • Herbarium techniques (Pic. Of herbarium, tools)

Class XI 11 Biology Living World- Part 6 (Identification of Species)-RLW6

  • Flora

  • Monograph

  • Catalogue

  • Key

  • Botanical gardens

  • Meaning

  • Plants grown in botanical gardens

  • History of botanical gardens

  • Major botanical gardens

  • Role of botanical gardens

  • Aesthetic and recreation

  • Material for botanical research

  • On site teaching

  • Conservation

  • Seed exchange

  • Herbarium and library

  • Public services

  • Ecological roles

  • Employment

  • Zoological museums

  • History of indian museums

  • Aims/functions of zoological museums

  • Acquisition of matrials

  • Recording of materials

  • Preservation of materials

  • Research & education

  • Exhibition of materials

  • Catergories of zoological museum-small, medium, large

  • How to proceed in museum

  • Objects exhibited in museums

  • Stuffed animals

  • Stuffed heads

  • Preserved animals

  • Dried animals

  • Skeletons

  • Bird beaks, feets, eggs, feather, nests

  • Molluscan shells

  • Elephant tusks

  • Fossils

  • Models and charts

  • Animal products

  • Zoological parks

  • Meaning

  • Role in wildlife conservation

  • Zoos of india

  • Keys(show pic)- yorked or indented/ bracketed key

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