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Chapter 1: Introduction (15 videos)

1.1: Biology and Its Major Fields

Introduction to Biology

Zoology,Botany, Microbiology

Five Kingdom System

1.2: Level of Biological Organization

Subatomic and Atomic Level, Molecular Level

Organelle and Cell Level, Tissue

Organ and Organ System Level

Individual level, Population level

1.3: Biological Methods

Biological Method

More one Biological Method

Law Principles

1.4: Applications of Biology for The Walfare of Mankind

(No vidoes available yet. Still under development.)

1.5: Concepts of Biological Control and Integrated Disease Management

(No vidoes available yet. Still under development.)

Chapter 3: Enzymes (10 videos)
Chapter 10: The Kingdom Animalia (44 videos)

10.1: Animal Classification

Criteria for Animal Classification

Embryo, Embryology and Cleavage

Diploblastic and Triploblastic Organization

Grade Radiata, Bilateria

10.2: Phylum Porifera

Phylum Porifera,Sycon

Generalized Sponge Anatomy

10.3: Phylum Cnidaria

Phylum Coelenterata

Advance Phylum Coelenterata

Hydra, Jelly Fish

10.4: Phylum Platyhelminthes

Phylum Platyhelminthes

More on Phylum Platyhelminthes

Liver Fluke, Tapeworm

10.5: Phylum Nemathelminthes

Phylum Nematoda, Ascaris

More on Phylum Nematoda

10.6: Phylum Annelida

Phyllum Annelida, Leech, Earth worm

More on Phylum Annelida

Classes of Annelida

Round Worms

Diseases Caused by Pathogenic Worms, Thread Worms

10.7: Phylum Mollusca

Phylum Mollusca, Fresh Water Mussel, Snail

More on Phylum Mollusca

10.8: Phylum Arthropoda

Phylum Arthropoda

More on Phylum Arthropoda

Classification of Arthropods

Metamorphosis

Some Insects being the Vectors of Diseases

10.9: Phylum Echinodermata

Echinodermata, Star Fish, Sea Urchin

Phylum Hemichordata

More on Phylum Echinodermata

10.10: Phylum Chordata

General Features of Chordates

Notochord, Pharyngeal, Hollow Dosral Nervous System

Subphylum, Uro and Cephalo Chordates

Subphylum Vertebrata (Craniata), Jawless Fish

Class Chondrichthyes

Class Osteichthyes

Adaptatios in Fishes to Aquatic Life

Class Pisces, Fishes, Rohu

Class Amphibia, Frog, Toad

Class Reptilia, Wall Lizard, Snake

Class Aves, Birds

Flying Birds and Running Birds

Class Mammalia, Mammals

Egg laying and Pouched Mammals

Placental Mammals

Chapter 11: Bioenergenetics (46 videos)

11.1: Need for Energy in Living Organisms

Need for Energy in Living Organisms

Role of ATP as Energy Currency

11.2: Photosynthesis

Comparison of Photosynthesis and Respiration

Photosynthesis

Ultrstructure of Plant Cell

Animal and Plant Cells Common Features

Role of Chlorophyll and Light

Role of Chlorophyll and Light

Role of Photosynthetic Pigments, Carotenoids

Chlorophyll , Chemical Structure of Chlorophyll

More on Leaf Structure and Function

Mesophyll tissues in Leaf

Intake of Carbon Dioxide and Water by Plants

Role of Carbon Dioxide and Water in Photosynthesis

Water and Photosynthesis

11.3: Process of Photosynthesis

Mechanism of Photosynthesis

More on Photosynthesis

Mechanisim of Photosynthesis

The Energy Transfer Process

Light Reaction

More on Light Reaction

Cyclic Phosphorylation

Noncyclic Phosphorylation

Dark Reaction

Synthesis of ATP, Chemiosmosis

More onDark Reaction

Alternative Mechanisms of Carbon Fixation

Malic Acid, C4 plants with Kranz Anatomy

CAM plants

11.4: Cellular Respiration

Respiration

Types of Anaerobic Respiration (Fermentation)

Fermentation

Types of Fermentation

Importance of Fermentation

Aerobic Respiration

Mitochondria Convert Energy

Oxidation Phosphorylation

Mechanism of Respiration, Glycolysis

Oxidation of Pyruvic Acid and Krebs Cycle

Respiratory chain

11.5: Energy Flow through the Ecosystem

Energy Flow in Food chain

Unidirectional Energy Flow

Pyramids of Energy

Trophic Levels

Efficiency of Energy Flow and its Significance

Advantages of Short Food Chains

Chapter 12: Nutrition (58 videos)

12.1: Introduction

Basic definitions

12.2: Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Nutrition

Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Nutrition

12.3: Autotrophic Nutrition

Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Organisms

Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Organisms

Phototropic Nutrition

Chemotrophic Nutrition

12.4: Mineral Nutrition in Plant

Minerals Requirement in Plants

Macronutrients, Micronutrients

Role of Nitrogen and Magnesium

Minerals Requirement, Nitrogen

Minerals Requirement, Phosphorus

Minerals Requirement, Potassium

Minerals Requirement, Magnesium

12.5: Heterotrophic and Special Mode of Nutrition in Plants

Parasitic and Saprophytic Nutrition

More on Heterotrophic Nutrition, Parasitic and Saprophytic Nutrition

Insectivorous Plants and Symbionts

More on Insectivorous Plants

Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores

Frugivores,Insectivore, Parasitic, Saprozoic

Parasitic Nutrition

Parasitic Nutrition classification

12.6: Heterotrophic Nutrition in Animals

More on Hetrotrophic Animal Nutrition, Carnivores, Herbivores, Omniv

12.7: Holozoic Nutrition

(No vidoes available yet. Still under development.)

12.8: Digestion and Absoption

Mechanical and Chemical Digestion

12.9: Nutrition in Amoeba, Hydra, Planaria and Cockroach

Digestion in Amoeba

Digestion in Hydra

Digestion in Planaria

Digestion in Cockroach

12.10: Human Digestive System

Carbohydrates

Digestion in Human

More on Digestive System of Man

Mechanical and Chemical Digestion

Oral Cavity

The Causes of Tooth Decay and its Prevention

Types of Teeth

Teeth , Structure of Tooth

Pharynx and Oesophagus

More on Alimentry Canal Structure

Stomach Digestion

Small intestine

More on Small intestine

More on Digestion and Absorption of Food in the Small Intestine

More on Jejunum

Large intestine

More onLarge Intestine

Role of Liver

More on Liver

More on Digestive Glands

Enzymes

More on Pancreas

12.11: Disorders of the Gastro-Intestinal Track

Dyspepsia, Food Poisoning

Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa, Ulcer

Diarrhoea, Vomiting

Enterobiasis

Appendicitis

Botulism

Mal-nutrition,Under-nutrition, Over-Nutrition

12.12: Parasitic Nutrition

Famine

Chapter 13: Gaseous Exchange (59 videos)

13.0: Introduction

Need of Respiratory Gas Exchange

Need of Respiratory Gas Exchange

13.1: Respiratory Media

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas Exchange in Air and Water

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas Exchange in Air and Water

Air and Water as Respiratory Medium

13.2: Gaseous Exchange in Plants

Gaseous Exchange in Plants

Gaseous Exchange in Plants

Structure of Stomata

Mesophyll Tissues

Lenticular Transpiration

Cuticalar Transpiration

Stomatal Transpiration

Stomata, Exchange in Leaves

Stomata, Exchange in Leaves

Mechanism of Stomatal Transpiration

Factors Affecting the Rate of Transpiration

Transpiration- A Necessary Evil

Evaporation from Leaves

Transpiration is Necessary Evil

Cellular Respiration, Gasoues Exchange and Breathing

Respiration

Anaerobic Respiration

Types of Fermentation

Mechanism of Respiration, Glycolysis

Oxidation of Pyruvic Acid and Krebs Cycle

Respiratory chain

Photorespiration

13.3: Gaseous Exchange in Animals

Properties of Respiratory Surface

Respiration in Hydra

Respiration in Earthworm

Gaseous Exchange in Insects

Gaseous Exchange through Gills and Skin

Respiration in Frog

Cutaneous respiration in frog

Gaseous Exchange through Lungs

Respiration in Birds

The Air Passageway

Adaptations of Diving Mammals

13.4: Respiratory System of Man

Structure of Human Respiratory System

The Lungs

The Mechanism of Breathing

13.5: Breathing in Man

Mechanism of Breathing in man

Lungs Volumes and Capacities

Rate of Breathing

Inspiration

Expiration

Upper Respiratory Disorders, Sinusitis

Otitis Media

Bronchitis, Emphysema

Pulmonary Tuberculosis (T.B)

Lung Cancer

Pneumonia, Asthma

13.6: Transport of Gases in Man

Role of Respiratory Pigments

Factors Affecting The Capacity of Heamoblobin To Combine With O2

Transport of Oxygen

Transport of (CO2)

As Carboxyhaemoglobin, AS a Dissolved Carbon Dioxide in Plasma

Myoglobin

Haemoglobin

Chapter 14: Transport (147 videos)

14.1: Introduction

Need of Transport of Materials

14.2: Transport in Plants

Transport in Plants

14.3: Upatke and Transport of Water and Minerals

Diffusion, Facilitated Diffusion

More on Diffusion, Active Transport,Facilitated Diffusion

Passive Transport and Active Transport

Water as Metabolite, Solvent

Water as a Medium of Transportation

Water and Ion Uptake

Osmosis

More on Osmosis

Water Balance Problems

Opening and Closing of Stomata

Water Relation of Plant Cell (More on Water Potential)

Water Potentials

More on Water Potential

Solute Potential

Plasmolysis

Plasmolysis And Deplasmolysis

14.4: Water and Minerals Uptake by Root

Absorption by Roots

Apoplast Pathway

Symplast Pathway

Vacuolar Pathway

Xylem

Transport of Molecules across the Plasma Membrane

14.5: Ascent of Sap

Ascent of Sap

More on Ascent of Sap

Cohesion and Tension Theory

Root Prssure , Root Prssure Theory

Imbibition

Guttation

Bleeding

14.6: Transpiration

Transpiration Pull

Transpiration is Necessary Evil

Significance of Transpiration

Structure of Stomata

Lenticular Transpiration

Cutical Transpiration

Stomatal Transpiration

Mechanism of Stomatal Transpiration

Stomatal Transpiration

Mesophyll Tissues

14.7: Translocation of Organic Solutes

Opening and Closing of Stomata

Strach Sugar Hypothesis

Influx of K+ Ions

Translocation

Phloem

Patterns of Transport

Path of Transport of Organic Materials in Plants, Diffusion

Pressure Flow Hypothesis

Source- Sink Movement

14.8: Transport in Animals

Transportation in Hydra

Transportation in Planaria

14.9: Circulatory System

General Characteristics of Circulatory System

Circulatory System, Open and Closed Circulatory System

Open Circulatory System

Closed Circulatory System

Difference Between Open and Closed Circulatory System

Transportation in Earthworm

More on Transportation in Earthworm

Transportation in Cockroach

Blood Vessel in Cockroach

Circulation in Cockroach

single circuit circulation

Double Circuit Circulation

General Plan of Circulatory System of Vertebrates

Evolution of Vertebrate Heart (Fish)

Evolution of Vertebrate Heart (Amphibians)

Evolution of Vertebrate Heart (Reptiles)

Evolution of Vertebrate Heart (Birds & Mammal)

14.10: Transport in Man

Transportation in Man

Plasma

More on Plasma

Blood Cells and Cell Like Bodies

Role of Respiratory Pigment (Haemoglobin)

White Blood Cells and Platelets

White Blood Cells

Agranular Leukocytes

Granular Leukocytes

Platelets

Functions of Blood

Functions of Blood

More on Functions of Blood

Leukaemia

Thalassaemia

14.11: Human Heart

Human Heart

Structure of Human Heart

More on Structure of Human Heart

More on Structure of Human Heart

Valves of Heart

More on Valves of Heart

Circulation of Blood inside Heart

Passage of Blood Through Heart

Cardiac Cycle

HeartBeat and Pulse Rate

Heartbeat

Reason For Slight Delay Between Atrial & Ventricular Contraction

S-A Node, Pace Maker, AV Node

Artificial Pacemaker

Blue Babies or Cyanosis

14.12: Blood Vessels

Blood Vessels, Arteries

Capillaries, Veins

More on Blood Vessels, Arteries

Capillaries

Veins

Arterioles

Control of Capillary Beds

Comparison of Arteries, Capillaries and Veins

Role of Precapillary Sphincter

Valves in Veins

Rate of Blood Flow

Blood Pressure, Measuring of Blood Pressure

14.13: Lymphatic System

Lymphatic System

Lymphatic System of Man

Lymph Nodes

Position of Lymph Nodes

Lymph Nodes in Pelvic, Abdominal & Thoracic Cavity

lymphatic vessels

Lymphatic capillaries

Spleen as a Lymphatic Organ

Lymphatic System & Cancer

Diseases of Lymphatic System

Functions of Lymphatic System

14.14: Cardiovascular Disorders

Oedema

Atherosclerosis and Arteriosclerosis

More on Atherosclerosis

Angina Pectoris

Hypertension

Hypotension

Thrombosis

Myocardial Infarction

More on Myocardial Infarction

Stroke

14.15: The Immunity System

Immunity, Immunology, Immune System

Inborn and acquired immunity

Killing Cells of Blood, Macrophages

Neutrophils, Natural Killer Cells

Complement System

Interferon

Inflammatory Response as one of the non specific Defenses

Pyrexia and Pyrogens

Ways the Fever kills Microbes

Types of Immunity,Active Immunity

Passive Immunity

Cell Mediated Immunity (CMI)

Antibody Mediated Immune Response

Primary and Secondary Immune Response

Difference Between Primary and Secondary Immune Response

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