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Locomotion Online Biology Class 

  • Following is the list of topics that are covered during online biology classes for NEET preparation.

  • After completion of all the topics of the chapter, MCQs based on NEET Pattern questions are discussed.

  • Doubts during the class are also cleared. You can also post your doubts and we will promptly answer it.

20.1 Introduction

  • Introduction

  • Movements

  • what is movement

  • autonomic and induced movement

  • Brownian movement

  • Types of Movements

  • Non-muscular movements

  • Muscular movements

  • Movement of Body Parts

  • Movements In Invertebrates

  • Movements In Land Vertebrates

20.2 Muscular Movements

  • Muscle System

  • types

  • striated muscle

  • primary myofilaments

  • secondary myofilaments

  • smooth muscle

  • cardiac muscle

  • morphology of body muscles

  • antagonistic muscles

  • functional classification of body muscles

20.3 Body Muscles

20.4 Muscle Contraction

  • Muscle Contraction

  • motor unit

  • innervation of skeletal muscle/motor end plate/neuromuscular/myoneural junction

  • all-or-none principle

  • threshold stimulus

  • single muscle twitch

  • tetanus

  • muscle tonus (tone)

  • Mechanism Of Muscle Contraction

  • main events

  • sliding filament theory

  • muscle relaxation

20.5 Energy and Muscle Contraction

  • Energy For Muscle Contraction

  • cori’s cycle

  • muscle fatigue

  • oxygen debt

20.6 Red and White Muscles

  • Red And White Skeletal Muscles Fibres

  • tonic (slow red) muscle fibres

  • twitch (fast white) muscle fibres

  • Contraction Of Smooth Muscles

  • Contraction Of Cardiac Muscles

20.7 Axial Skeleton

  • axial skeleton

  • skeleton (skeletal system) of animals

  • main parts of the human skeleton and their bones

  • axial skeleton (80 bones)

  • skull

  • cranium

  • ear ossicles

  • facial bones

  • hyoid bone

  • functions of skull

  • vertebral(spinal) columns

  • cervical vertebrae

  • thoracic vertebrae

  • lumbar vertebrae

  • sacral vertebrae:

  • coccyx

  • curves

  • functions of vertebral column

  • types of vertebrae

  • ribs

  • sternum (breastbone)

20.8 Appendicular Skeleton

  • Appendicular Skeleton

  • Girdles

  • Pectoral (shoulder) girdle

  • Scapula or shoulder blade

  • Clavicle or collar bone

  • functions of Pectoral girdle

  • Pelvic (Hip) girdle

  • Functions of pelvis girdle

  • Limb bones

  • Forlimbs

  • Hindlimbs

  • Adaptations In Skeleton For Upright Posture

20.9 Joints

  • Joints

  • Definition of a joint

  • Classification (types) of joints

  • Fibrous or immovable joints or fixed or synarthrose joint

  • Cartilaginous or slightly movable joints or imperfect or amphiarthroses

  • Synovial or freely movable joints or diarthroses joints

  • Ball-and-socket joint

  • Hinge joint

  • Angular, ellipsoid, condyloid joint

  • Articulate end of one bone is oval and convex and of other is elliptical and concave

  • Movement only in 2 directions i.e. back and forth or side to side e.g. joint between radius and carpal

  • Gliding joint

  • Pivot joint

  • Saddle joint

20.11 Lever System

  • Lever System

  • First class lever

  • Second class lever

  • Third class level

20.12 Disorders of Skeleton and Joints

  • Disorders Of Skeleton And Joints

  • Sprain and strains

  • Arthritis or aching joints

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Rheumatoid arthritis

  • Gout

  • Osteoporosis

  • Dislocation

  • Slipped disc

  • Fracture

  • Types:

  • Green-stick fracture

  • Simple fracture

  • Comminuted fracture

  • Compound fracture

  • Evulsive fracture

  • Bursitis

  • Tetany

  • Myasthenia gravis

  • Muscular dystrophy

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