Complete A/L Biology course Part I Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE.

GENERAL INTRODUCTION

  1. SYSTEMATIC:

1.1.       The artificial system of classification

1.2.       THE NATURAL SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION

2.        NOMENCLATURE

  1. Vernacular naming
  2. Common names:
  3. SCIENTIFIC NAME (BINOMIAL SYSTEM OF NOMENCLATURE)

2.3. UNITS OF CLASSIFICATION OR TAXONOMY HIERARCHY

2.4. REASONS FOR CLASSIFYING ORGANISMS

CHAPTER TWO

2. TAXONOMY

2.1. NUMERICAL TAXONOMY

2.2. CLADISM OR CLADISTICS

2.3. SPECIMEN IDENTIFICATION

  1. DICHOTOMOUS KEY
  2. FLOW KEY

CHAPTER THREE

3.0. VIRUSES. 8

3.1. Characteristics of viruses. 8

3.2. Replication or life cycle of a Bacteriophage i.e. D.N.A virus. 9

3.3. STRUCTURE OF A RETROVIRUS- H.I.V.. 9

3.4. Replication of retrovirus. 10

3.5. ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF VIRUS. 11

 

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