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Genetics

The objective is to: 1. Distinguish between continuous and discontinuous variations 2. Describe the structure and properties of chromosomes 3. State the first law of inheritance and describe Mendel’s work 4. Construct and use punnet square/checker board 5. Distinguish between F1 and F2 generations, genotype and phenotype, haploidy and diploidy, homozygosity and heterozygosity, dominance and …

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Evolution

Then objective is to: 1. Explain the meaning of evolution and the current concepts of evolution 2. Describe the struggle for existence and survival for the fittest 3. Describe the evidences for organic evolution 4. Explain resistance to antibiotics, fungicides and pesticides

Reception, Response, and Coordination in Plants and Animals

The objective is to: 1. Define irritability, stimulus and response 2. Explain differences between tactic and tropic responses and their survival values 3. Explain the production of plant hormones and their effects on tropisms (growth responses) 4. Relate the structure of the mammalian nervous system to its functions 5. Distinguish between simple and conditioned reflex …

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Lesson BIO-303: Reproduction in Plants and Animals

The objective is to: 1. Describe location and appearance of chromosomes and chromosome movement during mitosis and meiosis 2. Differentiate between mitosis and meiosis stating their significance in reproduction 3. Describe and state the importance of asexual reproduction, binary fission, spore formation and budding 4. Compare adaptations of wind and insect pollinated flowers 5. Describe …

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Lesson BIO-301: Classification II

The objective is to: 1. State briefly the general principles of classification of living organisms 2. State general characteristics of each of the five kingdoms 3. State the main characteristics of arthropoda, chordata and major divisions of plantae 4. Name classes of spermatophyta 5. Describe the main characteristics of classes of phyla arthropoda and chordata …

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Lesson BIO-302: Ecology

The objective is to: 1. Define the terms ecology, habitat, biomass, ecosystem and carrying capacity 2. Identify the physical (abiotic) and biological (biotic) factors in a given ecosystem 3. Describe the inter relationships of organisms in the ecosystem 4. Differentiate between saprophytism, parasitism and symbiosis 5. Explain the importance of fungi and bacteria as decomposers …

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Lesson BIO-202: Gaseous Exchange

1. Explain the need for gaseous exchange in living organisms 2. Explain the mechanism of gaseous exchange in plants 3. Compare the internal structures of aquatic and terrestrial roots, stems and leaves 4. Examine various types of respiratory structures in animals and relate them to their functions 5. State the characteristics of respiratory surfaces 6. …

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Lesson BIO-203: Respiration

The iobjective is to: 1. Explain the significance of respiration in living organisms 2. Distinguish between aerobic and anaerobic respiration 3. Describe the economic importance of anaerobic respiration in industry and at home 4. Describe experiments to show that respiration takes place in plants and animals.