Complete O/L Biology notes Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE.

1.1.       WATER RELATION..

1.1.1.         IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO PLANTS.

1.1.2.         IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO ANIMALS.

1.1.3.         USES OF WATER TO MAN..

1.1.4.         THE WATER CYCLE.

1.2.       DIFFUSION.. 4

1.2.1.         EXPERIMENT TO DEMONSTRATE THE RATE OF DIFFUSION IN GASES.

1.2.2.         EXPERIMENT TO DEMONSTRATE THE RATE OF DIFFUSION IN LIQUIDS.

1.2.3.         FACTORS AFFECTING DIFFUSION.

1.2.4.         DIFFUSION IN LIVING ORGANISM.

1.3.       TURGIDITY AND FLACCIDITY.

1.4.       PLASMOLYSIS.

1.5.       OSMOSIS.

1.5.1.         OSMOTIC POTENTIAL.

1.5.2.         Demonstration of osmosis.

1.5.2.1.          IN NONE LIVING TISSUES.

1.5.2.2.          IN LIVING TISSUES.

1.5.2.3.          EXPERIMENT TO SHOW THAT THE XYLEM CONDUCTS WATER UPWARD.

1.1.1.1.          EXPERIMENT TO SHOW ROOT PRESSURE.

1.6.       ROOT PRESSURE AND SUCTION PRESSURE.

1.6.1.         EXPERIMENT TO DEMONSTRATE THAT PLANTS EXERT SUCTION PRESSURE.

1.7.       TRANSPIRATION..

1.7.1 USE OF A POTOMETER.

1.7.2. CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE RATE OF TRANSPIRATION.

1.7.3. EXPERIMENT TO SHOW THAT VAPOR IS GIVEN OFF DURING TRANSPIRATION..

1.7.4. EXPERIMENT TO COMPARE THE TRANSPIRATION RATE OF TWO SURFACE OF A LEAF.

1.8.       TRANSLOCATION..

1.8.1.         EXPERIMENT ON TRANSLOCATION.

1.8.2.         Importance of transpiration.

 


CHAPTER TWO..

2. CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING ORGANISMS.


CHAPTER THREE.

3. VIRUSES. 21

3.1. Why viruses are considered to be non-living. 

3.2. why viruses are considered to be living. 

3.3. REPRODUCTION OF VIRUS. 

3.4 SOME DISEASES CAUSED BY VIRUSES. 


CHAPTER FOUR

  1. BACTERIA.. 

4.1. Classification of bacteria.

4.2. Forms of Bacteria.

General structure of a bacteria.

4.3. General characteristics of bacteria.

4.4. Reproduction in bacteria.

4.5. Respiration in bacteria.

4.6. Excretion in bacteria.

4.7. Habitats of bacteria.

4.8. Reproduction of Bacteria.

4.9. Growth and multiplication of bacteria.

4.10. Harmful effects of bacteria.

4.11. Useful effects of bacteria.

4.12. Economic importance of bacteria.

4.13.          Control and prevention of bacteria.


CHAPTER FIVE

5.0.       AMOEBA.. 

5.1.       Classification of amoeba.

5.2.       Processes that amoeba carries out.

5.3.       Respiration in amoeba.

5.4.       Excretion and osmoregulation in amoeba.

5.5.       Habitats in amoeba:

5.6.       Reproduction in amoeba.

5.7.       Locomotion in amoeba.

5.8.       Biological importance of amoeba.

5.9.       Difference between bacteria and amoeba.


CHAPTER SIX

6.0.       PLASMODIUM

6.1.       Classification of plasmodium

6.2.       Methods of transmission

6.3.       Signs and symptoms of malaria

6.4.       Effects of plasmodium

6.5.       Prevention and control of malaria

6.6.       Life cycle of malaria


CHAPTER SEVEN

7.0.       SPYROGYRA

7.1.       Classification of spirogyra

7.2.       Habitats of spirogyra

7.3.       Structure of spirogyra

7.4.       Growth in spirogyra

7.5.       Respiration in spirogyra

7.6.       Nutrition in spirogyra

7.7.       Reproduction in spirogyra

7.8.       Economic importance of Algae

7.9.       Differences between spirogyra and amoeba

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