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 Structural Organisation in Animals

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.

7.1 Epithelial Tissue-Introduction

  • General structure

  • Intercellular junctions

  • Basement

  • Specialization of plasma membrane

  • General Functions

  • Types of epithelial tissues

7.2 Simple Epithelium

  • Simple squamous

  • Simple cuboidal

  • Ciliated cuboidal

  • Brush bordered cuboidal epithelium

  • Simple columnar

  • Brush bordered columnar epithelium

  • Ciliated columnar epithelium

  • Pseudostratified columnar

  • Pseudostratified columnar ciliated

  • Neuroepithelia

  • Myoepithelial cells

  • Glandular epithelia

7.3 Compound Epithelium

  • Stratified squamous

  • Keratinized

  • Non- keratinized

  • Stratified cuboidal

  • Stratified columnar

  • Stratified ciliated columnar

  • Transitional epithelia

7.4 Epithelial Tissue-Glands

  • Exocrine

  • Endocrine

  • heterocrine

  • Merocrine

  • Apocrine

  • holocrine

  • Unicellular Glands

  • multicellular Glands

  • Simple tubular Gland

  • Compound tubular Gland

  • Simple Saccular Gland

  • Compound Saccular Gland

  • Compound Tubulo-Saccular Gland

7.5 Connective Tissue-Introduction

  • Intro

  • Basic structure

  • General functions

7.6 Loose Connective Tissue

  • Areolar

  • Matrix

  • Fibres

  • Collagen

  • Elastin

  • Cells

  • Fibroblasts

  • Cartwheel/plasma cells

  • Mast cells

  • Histamine

  • Serotonin

  • Heparin

  • Mesenchyme

  • Chromataphores

  • Few adipocytes

  • Adipose

  • White adipose

  • Brown adipose

7.7 Dense Connective Tissue

  • White fibrous Connective Tissue

  • Dense regular Connective Tissue/tendon/cords

  • Dense irregular Connective Tissue/sheets

  • Yellow elastic Connective Tissue

  • Dense regular Connective Tissue/cord/ligament

  • Dense irregular Connective Tissue/sheaths

  • Specialised Connective Tissue

  • Reticular Connective Tissue

7.8 Skeletal Tissue-Cartilage

  • Cartilage

  • Chondroblasts

  • Matrix

  • Fibres

  • Types of cartilage

  • On the basis of composition of matrix

  • Hyaline cartilage

  • Fibrous cartilage

  • White fibrous cartilage

  • Yellow elastic cartilage

  • Calcified cartilage

  • Nucleus pulposes

7.9 Skeletal Tissue-Bone

  • bone

  • Periosteum

  • Matrix

  • Haversian lamellae

  • Interstitial lamellae

  • Outer circumferential lamellae

  • Inner circumferential lamellae

  • Endosteum

  • Bone marrow

  • Red bone marrow

  • Yellow bone marrow

7.10 Skeletal Tissue-Bone

  • Types of bones

  • Compact bone

  • Spongy/ cancellous bone

  • Dried bone

  • Decalcified bone

  • Basis of origin

  • Cartilaginous/endochondral/replacing bone

  • Membranous/dermal/investing bone

  • Sesamoid bone

  • Visceral bone

7.11 Muscular Tissue

  • General structure of Muscle

  • General function of Muscles

  • Striated

7.12 Muscular Tissue

  • Smooth Muscles

  • cardiac Muscles

7.13 Nervous Tissue

  • Neurons

  • Cyton

  • Neurites

  • Dendrites

  • Axon

  • Arrangement of neurons

7.14 Nervous Tissue

  • Sensory Neurons

  • Motor Neurons

  • Internuncial Neurons

  • Non polar Neurons

  • Pseudo-unipolar Neurons

  • Unipolar Neurons

  • Bipolar Neurons

  • Multipolar Neurons

7.15 Nervous Tissue

  • Medullated Nerve Fibres

  • Axis cylinder

  • Medullary sheath

  • Neurilemma

  • Non medullated Nerve Fibres

  • Schwann or sheath cells

7.16 Nervous Tissue

  • Nerve

  • Sensory Nerve

  • Motor Nerve

  • Mixed Nerve

  • Neuroglia cells

  • Microglial cells

  • Macroglial cells

  • Astrocytes

  • Fibrous astrocytes

  • Protoplasmic astrocytes

  • Oligodendrocytes

  • Glioblasts

  • Pituicytes

  • Muller cells

  • Bergmann glial cells

  • Ependymal cells

  • Neurosecretory cells

7.17 Cockroach External Morphology

  • systematic position

  • natural history

  • Habitat

  • Habit

  • Activity

  • Feeding

  • Locomotion

  • Breeding

  • morphology

  • shape, size colour and symmetry:

  • exoskeleton

  • head

  • sense organs

  • Compound eyes

  • Antennae

  • Fenestrae

  • mouth parts

  • Labrum

  • Mandibles

  • First maxillae

  • Labium

  • Hypopharynx

  • thorax

  • Legs

  • Wings

  • spiracles/stigmata

  • abdomen

  • sclerites

  • Terga

  • Sterna.

  • spiracles/stigmata

  • stink glands

  • Anal cerci

  • Anal styles

  • Gonapophyses

  • apertures

  • Anus

  • Genital aperture

7.18 Cockroach Anatomy

  • anatomy

  • body wall

  • Cuticle

  • Hypodermis or Epidermis.

  • Basement membrane

  • body cavity

  • Fat Body or Corpora Adiposa of Cockroach

  • Endoskeleton of Periplaneta (Cockroach)

7.19 Cockroach Digestive System

  • digestive system

  • Foregut/ Stomodaeum

  • Mesenteron

  • Hindgut/Proctodaeum

  • Digestive glands

  • Salivary Glands

  • Food and feeding of Cockroach

  • Physiology of Digestion

  • Absorption

  • Egestion

7.20 Cockroach Respiration

  • respiratory

  • Spiracles

  • Mechanism of Respiration Cockroach

7.21 Cockroach Circulation

  • Haemocoel

  • Haemolymph

  • Heart

  • Haemolymph or Blood

  • Course of Circulation of Blood

  • Cockroach Excretion

  • Physiology of Excretion

  • the fat bodies

  • Nephrocytes

  • Cuticle

  • Uricose Glands

7.22 Cockroach Nervous System

  • nervous

  • Central Nervous System

  • Circum-oesophageal nerve ring

  • Nerve cord

7.23 Cockroach Endocrine System

  • Inter-cerebral Gland Cells

  • Prothoracic Glands

  • Corpora Allata

  • Corpora Cardiaca

  • Intercerebral gland cells

7.24 Cockroach Reproductive System

  • Male Reproductive System

  • Testes

  • Vasa Deferentia.

  • Ejaculatory duct

  • Mushroom Gland

  • Phallic Gland

  • Gonapophyses

  • Female Reproductive System

  • Ovaries

  • Oviducts

  • Vagina

  • Brood pouch or Genital pouch or Gynatrium

  • Collaterial glands

  • Spermathecae

  • Gonapophyses

  • Copulation, ootheca, formation, fertilization and development

  • Metamorphosis in Cockroach

  • Hormonal Control of Metamorphosis

  • adaptations

  • Interaction with mankind

7.25 Earthworm

  • systematic position

  • natural history

  • habitat

  • habit

  • morphology

  • Form, size, colour, symmetry

  • Segmentation

  • Clitellium:

  • Mouth & Anus

  • Genital openings

  • Male genital opening

  • Female genital opening

  • Spermathecae aperture- Nephridiopores

  • Dorsal pores

  • Genital papillae

  • Setae

7.26 Earthworm Anatomy

  • epidermis

  • Musculature

  • Coelom

  • arrangement of septa

  • Coelomic fluid

  • phagocytes

  • Mucocytes

  • Circular nucleated cells

  • Chloragogen cells

  • locomotion of Earthworm

7.27 Earthworm Digestive System & Respiration

  • Pharyngeal glands

  • Gastric epithelium

  • Intestinal caecae

  • Mouth and buccal chamber

  • Pharynx

  • Oesophagus

  • Gizzard

  • Stomach

  • Intestine

  • Pretyphlosolar region

  • Typhlosolar region

  • Post typhlosolar region

  • Histology of alimentary canal

  • Cuticle

  • Food and feeding mechanism

  • Physiology of digestion

  • respiration

7.28 Earthworm Circulation

  • Closed type

  • dorsal blood vessel

  • ventral blood vessel

  • sub- neural blood vessel

  • lateral oesophageal vessels

  • supra oesophageal blood vessel

  • Hearts & anterior loops

  • Blood glands

7.29 Earthworm Excretion

  • Septal nephridia

  • Pharyngeal nephridia

  • Integumentary nephridia

  • chloragogen cells

7.30 Earthworm Nervous System

  • Anterior nerve ring

  • Ventral nerve cord

  • peripheral nervous system

  • Sense organs

  • epidermal receptors

  • buccal receptors

  • photoreceptors

7.31 Earthworm Reproduction

  • Testes

  • Testes sac

  • Seminal vesicles

  • Spermaducal funnels

  • Vasa deferentia

  • Prostate gland

  • Glandular part- racemose gland

  • Accessory glands

  • Ovaries

  • Oviducal funnels

  • Oviducts

  • Spermathecae

  • Copulation and fertilization: Protandrous

  • Cocoon

  • Development

  • interaction with mankind

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