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 Plant Kingdom Online Biology Class Topics

  • 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.

3.1 Plantae

  • Gerneral Characters

  • Classfication

  • Types of classification

  • Artificial classification

  • Natural classification

  • Pylogenetic system of classification

  • Classical and new systematics

  • Classical systematics

  • New systematics

  • Forms of new systematics

  • Morphotaxonomy

  • Cytotaxonomy

  • Biochemical taxonomyh or chemotaxonomy

  • Numerical taxonomy

  • Experimental taxonomy

  • Molecular phylogenetics

3.2 Algae

  • Green algae(chlorophyta)

  • Economic importance of green algae- food, antibiotics, sewage disposal, green algae in space research, parasitic algae

  • Brown algae(phaeophyta)

  • General characters of brown algae

  • Economic importance of brown algae- food, alginic acid, iodine and potash, medicines, biofoulers

  • Red algae(rhodophyta)

  • General characters of red algae

  • Economic importance of red algae- food and fodder, phycocolloids(agar), bromine, medicines

3.3 Bryophyta

  • Habitat

  • The gametophytic plant body

  • The sporophyte

  • Alternation of generation

  • Classified

  • Liverworts

  • Hornworts

  • Mosses

  • General characters of mosses

  • Economic importance of bryophytes

  • Soil conservation

  • Formation of soil

  • Use in nursery

  • Peat

  • Other uses

3.4 Pteridophyta

  • General characters

  • Mosses and ferns are amphibians of the plant kingdom

  • Some common examples- Lycopodium(club moss), selaginella(spike moss), equisetum(horsetails), ferns

  • Economic importance

  • Ornamental value

  • Medicines

  • Food

3.5 Gymnosperms

  • General Characters of Gymnosperms

  • Distribution

  • Habit

  • External features

  • Internal features

  • Reproduction

  • Adaptation to land conditions

  • Development of seed habit

3.6 Classification of gymnosperms

  • Division 1. Progymnospermatophyta(extinct)

  • Divison 2. Pteridospermatophyta(all extinct)

  • Division 3. Cycadophyta(extinct and living: the plants are commonly called cycads)

  • Division 4. Cycadeoidophyta(all extinct)

  • Division 5. Ginkgophyta(all extinct except the maiden tree- Ginkgo biloba)

  • Division 6. Coniferophyta(extinct and living: the plants are commonly called conifers)

  • Division 7. Gnetophyta(includes-Gnetum, Ephedra, Welwitschia(living plant close to angiosperms in having Gnetalian vessels and flower-like arrangement of sporophylls)

  • Cycads

  • Conifers

3.7 Economic importance of gymnosperms

  • Ornamental uses

  • Sources of wood

  • Edible products

  • Medicinal uses

  • Resins

  • Tannins

  • Essential oils

3.8 Angiosperms

  • Some peculiar characteristic features of angiosperms

  • Development of flower and fruit habits

  • Economic importance of angiosperms- food, edible oils, spices, beverages, medicines, timber, fibres, others

3.9 Plant Life Cycles and Alternation of Generation

  • Haplontic life cycle

  • Diplontic life cycle

  • Diplohaplontic life cycle

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