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Nervous Co-ordination: The CNS and PNS

Complexity: Standard

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: (a) explain nervous co-ordination (b) state five differences between nervous and endocrine co-ordination. (c) mention three basic components…

Nervous Co-ordination: The Spinal Cord

Complexity: Standard

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: identify the P N S describe the functions of P N S explain the process of impulse transmission…

The Sense Organs: The Organs Touch, Smell and Taste

Complexity: Standard

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: list five sense organs highlighting their respective locations. describe the organ of smell and taste. identify the different…

Ecology of Population I

Complexity: Standard

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: define the term succession. distinguish between primary and secondary succession, describe the series of changes which often culminate…

Hormones

Complexity: Standard

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson students should be able to: (a) define animal hormones (b) state five  animal hormones and their functions (c) mention three effects of over…

Nutrient Cycling in Nature: Carbon Cycle; Oxygen Cycle

Complexity: Standard

NUTRIENT CYCLING IN NATURE: CARBON CYCLE; OXYGEN CYCLE CONTENT Introduction to Nutrient Cycling in Nature The Carbon Cycle The Oxygen Cycle The Carbon Oxygen Balance   Introduction to Nutrient Cycling…

Ecological Management: Association

Complexity: Standard

ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT: ASSOCIATION CONTENT Types of Associations Features of Biological Importance Possessed by Organisms of an Association   Types of Associations Ecology is defined as the study of living organisms…

Ecological Management: Tolerance

Complexity: Standard

ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT: TOLERANCE CONTENT The Meaning of Tolerance The Concepts of Minimum and Maximum Range of Tolerance Geographic Range Graph Illustrating the Maximum and Minimum Range of Tolerance Adaptation in…

Pollution

Complexity: Standard

AIR POLLUTION; NOISE POLLUTION; WATER POLLUTION CONTENT Definition of Pollution Types of Pollution (i) Air Pollution (ii) Noise pollution (iii) Water pollution   Definition of Pollution Pollution can be defined…

Reproductive Systems in Vertebrates: Birds and Mammals

Complexity: Standard

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS IN VERTEBRATES CONTENT (B) Reproductive Systems in Bird and Mammals Structures of the Male and Female Reproductive Systems Parts of the Reproductive Systems and their Functions Structures of…

Reproductive Systems in Plants

Complexity: Standard

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS IN PLANTS CONTENT Structures and Functions of the Reproductive Organs of Plants Arrangement of Reproductive Organs of Different Plants Types of Flowers (i) Hypogenous and (ii) Perigynous Kinds…

Pollination in Plants

Complexity: Standard

POLLINATION IN PLANTS CONTENT Meaning of Pollination Types of Pollination Features of Self Pollination and Cross Pollination Features of Wind and Insect Pollinated Flowers Agents of Pollination   Meaning of…

Regulation of the Internal Environment: The Kidney

Complexity: Standard

REGULATION OF THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT: THE KIDNEY CONTENT Homeostatic Organs: Substance Involved in Homeostasis The Kidney Structure of the Kidney Functions of the Kidney Diseases of the Kidney The Effects…

The Nervous System: The Central Nervous System (CNS)

Complexity: Standard

CONTENT:   A. Organization of the nervous system Central Nervous System (CNS) Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) 2. The Brain-position, structure and functions 3. The Spinal Cord-position, structure and functions   ORGANIZATION…

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