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தாவரவியல் 11 வது வகுப்பு (Botany 11th std)

தாவரவியல் 11 வது வகுப்பு
-:- Living World
-:- Attributes of living organisms
-:- Viruses
-:- Characteristic features of Viruses
-:- Classification of Viruses
-:- Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) and its Structure
-:- Structure of T4 bacteriophage
-:- Multiplication or Life Cycle of Phages
-:- List of Viral diseases
-:- Classification of Living World
-:- Bacteria
-:- Ultrastructure of a Bacterial cell
-:- Gram staining procedure - Bacteria
-:- Life processes in Bacteria
-:- Reproduction in Bacteria
-:- Economic importance of Bacteria
-:- Archaebacteria
-:- Cyanobacteria (Blue Green Algae)
-:- Mycoplasma or Mollicutes
-:- Actinomycetes (Actinobacteria)
-:- Fungi
-:- General characteristic features of Fungi
-:- Methods of Reproduction in Fungi : Asexual and Sexual Reproduction
-:- Classification of Fungi
-:- Kingdom : Myceteae (Fungi)
-:- Economic importance of Fungi
-:- Rhizopus - Fungi
-:- Agaricus - Fungi
-:- Importance of Mycorrhizae
-:- Lichens and its Classification - Fungi
-:- Living World: Summary
-:- Plant Kingdom
-:- Classification of Plants
-:- Life Cycle Patterns in Plants
-:- Algae
-:- General Characteristic features of Algae
-:- Classification of Algae
-:- Economic Importance of Algae
-:- Oedogonium - Algae
-:- Chara - Algae
-:- Bryophytes
-:- General characteristic features of Bryophytes
-:- Classification of Bryophytes
-:- Economic importance of Bryophytes
-:- Marchantia - Bryophytes
-:- Funaria : Internal structure, Reproduction - Bryophytes
-:- Pteridophytes
-:- General characteristic features of Pteridophytes
-:- Classification of Pteridophytes
-:- Economic Importance of Pteridophytes
-:- Selaginella - Pteridophytes
-:- Adiantum - Pteridophytes
-:- Types of Stele - Pteridophytes
-:- Gymnosperms
-:- General characteristic features of Gymnosperms
-:- Classification of Gymnosperms
-:- Comparison of Gymnosperm with Angiosperms
-:- Economic importance of Gymnosperms
-:- Cycas - Gymnosperms
-:- Pinus - Gymnosperms
-:- Know about Fossil plants - Tamil Nadu
-:- Angiosperms
-:- Salient features of Angiosperms
-:- Characteristic features of Dicotyledons and Monocotyledons
-:- Gymnosperms : Summary
-:- Vegetative Morphology
-:- Plant Habit
-:- Plant habitat
-:- Plant Life Span
-:- Parts of a flowering plant
-:- Root System
-:- Characteristic features of Root
-:- Regions of root
-:- Types of root
-:- Modifications of root
-:- Tap root modification
-:- Adventitious root modification
-:- Shoot system (Stem)
-:- Characteristic features of the stem
-:- Functions of the stem
-:- Buds
-:- Types of Stem
-:- Modification of Stem
-:- Aerial modification of stem
-:- Sub aerial stem modifications
-:- Underground stem modifications
-:- Stem Branching
-:- Leaf
-:- Characteristics of leaf
-:- Functions of the leaf
-:- Parts of the leaf
-:- Venation and its Types
-:- Phyllotaxy
-:- Leaf mosaic
-:- Leaf type
-:- Modification of Leaf
-:- Ptyxis
-:- Leaf duration
-:- Leaf symmetry
-:- Vegetative Morphology of Angiosperm : Summary
-:- Reproductive Morphology of Angiosperm : Introduction
-:- Inflorescence
-:- Types of Inflorescence Based On Position
-:- Types of Inflorescence Based on branching pattern and other characters
-:- Racemose Inflorescence
-:- Cymose inflorescence
-:- Mixed Inflorescence
-:- Special Inflorescence
-:- Flower and Parts of flower
-:- Flower sex
-:- Plant sex
-:- Flower symmetry
-:- Arrangement of whorls
-:- Cycly
-:- Merosity
-:- Calyx
-:- Corolla
-:- Perianth
-:- Aestivation
-:- Androecium
-:- Gynoecium
-:- Construction of floral diagram and floral formula
-:- Fruits : Structure, Types, Functions
-:- Types of Fruit
-:- Simple Fruits and its Types: Fleshy and Dry Fruit
-:- Aggregate Fruits
-:- Multiple or Composite Fruit
-:- Functions of Fruit
-:- Seed
-:- Types of Seed
-:- Significance of Seeds
-:- Summary of Reproductive Morphology of Angiosperm
-:- Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
-:- Taxonomy and Systematics
-:- Taxonomic Hierarchy
-:- Concept of species-Morphological, Biological and Phylogenetic
-:- International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
-:- Type concept - Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
-:- Taxonomic Aids
-:- Botanical Gardens
-:- Herbarium - Preparation and uses
-:- Classification of Plants
-:- Types of classification - Taxonomy
-:- Artificial system of classification - Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
-:- Bentham and Hooker (Natural) system of classification
-:- Phylogenetic system of classification - Taxonomy
-:- Angiosperm phylogeny group (APG) classification
-:- Modern trends in taxonomy
-:- Cladistics
-:- Family: Fabaceae (Pea family)
-:- Botanical description of Clitoria ternatea (Sangu pushpam)
-:- Botanical description of Pisum sativum (Pea Plant)
-:- Economic Importance of Family: Fabaceae (Pea family)
-:- Family: Apocynaceae (milk weed family) (including Asclepiadaceae)
-:- Family: Solanaceae (Potato Family / Night shade family)
-:- Botanical description of Datura metel
-:- Botanical description of Solanum americanum
-:- Economic importance of Family: Solanaceae (Potato Family / Night shade family)
-:- Economic importance of the family Apocynaceae (milk weed family)
-:- Family: Euphorbiaceae (Castor Family / Spurge Family)
-:- Botanical Description Of Ricinus communis (Castor)
-:- Economic importance of the family Euphorbiaceae (Castor Family / Spurge Family)
-:- Family Musaceae – Banana Family
-:- Botanical Description of Musa paradisiaca
-:- Economic Importance of The Family Musaceae (Banana Family)
-:- Family: Liliaceae (Lily Family)
-:- Botanical description of Allium cepa
-:- Economic importance of the family liliaceae (Lily Family)
-:- Summary - Taxonomy and Systematic Botany
-:- Discovery - Cell: The Unit of Life
-:- Microscopy and its types
-:- Electron Microscope
-:- Cell Theory
-:- Types of cells
-:- Difference between plant and animal cells
-:- Plant Cell Organelles
-:- Nucleus
-:- Structure and Functions of the nucleus
-:- Structure and Types of chromosome
-:- Flagella
-:- Cytological Techniques
-:- Summary - Cell: The Unit of Life
-:- History of a Cell
-:- Cell Cycle
-:- Cell Division
-:- Difference Between Mitosis and Meiosis in Plants and Animals
-:- Mitogens
-:- Organic compounds: Biomolecules
-:- Water - Biomolecules
-:- Primary and Secondary Metabolites - Biomolecules
-:- Carbohydrates - Biomolecules
-:- Lipids - Biomolecules
-:- Proteins - Biomolecules
-:- Enzymes - Biomolecules
-:- Nucleic Acids - Biomolecules
-:- Summary - Biomolecules
-:- Milestones in Anatomy - Tissue and Tissue System
-:- Meristematic Tissue
-:- Permanent Tissues
-:- Simple Permanent Tissues: Parenchyma, Collenchyma, Sclerenchyma
-:- Complex Tissues: Xylem and Phloem
-:- Difference Between Different types of tissues
-:- Introduction to Tissue System, Types and Characteristics of tissue System
-:- Epidermal Tissue System
-:- Fundamental Tissue System
-:- Vascular Tissue System
-:- Primary Structure of Dicot Root - Bean Root
-:- Primary Structure of Monocot Root-maize Root
-:- Anatomical differences between dicot root and monocot root
-:- Anatomy and Primary Structure of Dicot stem - sunflower stem
-:- Anatomy and Primary Structure of Monocot Stem-maize Stem
-:- Anatomical differences between dicot stem and monocot stem
-:- Anatomical differences between root and stem
-:- Anatomy of a Dicot and Monocot Leaves
-:- Anatomy and Primary Structure of a Dicot Leaf-sunflower Leaf
-:- Anatomy and Primary Structure of a Monocot Leaf - Grass Leaf
-:- Water Stomata (or) Hydathodes
-:- Summary - Tissue and Tissue System
-:- Secondary Growth of Plant
-:- Secondary Growth in Dicot Stem
-:- Secondary Growth in Dicot root
-:- Cambial variants (Anomalous Secondary Growth)
-:- Timber - Secondary Growth
-:- Summary - Secondary Growth
-:- Transport in Plants
-:- Types of Transport in Plants
-:- Cell to Cell Transport
-:- Plant Water Relations
-:- Imbibition: Significance and Experiment
-:- Water Potential (Ψ) in Plants
-:- Osmotic Pressure and Osmotic Potential in Plants
-:- Turgor Pressure and Wall Pressure in Plants
-:- Diffusion Pressure Deficit (DPD) or Suction Pressure (SP) in Plants
-:- Osmosis
-:- Thistle funnel experiment
-:- Potato Osmoscope
-:- Absorption of Water in Plants
-:- Ascent of Sap
-:- Transpiration in Plants
-:- Types of Transpiration in Plants
-:- Structure of Stomata
-:- Mechanism of Stomatal Movement­
-:- Factors Affecting Rate of Transpiration in Plants
-:- Plant Antitranspirants
-:- Guttation
-:- Measurement and Significance of transpiration in Plants
-:- Translocation of Organic­ Solutes in Plants
-:- Ringing or girdling experiment
-:- Mechanism of Translocation in Plants
-:- Mineral Absorption in Plants
-:- Summary - Transport in Plants
-:- Mineral Nutrition for Plants
-:- Classification of Plants Mineral Nutrition
-:- Functions, mode of absorption and deficiency symptoms of macronutrients
-:- Functions, mode of absorption and deficiency symptoms of Micronutrients
-:- Deficiency diseases and symptoms - Plants
-:- Critical concentration and toxicity of minerals - Plants
-:- Hydroponics and Aeroponics
-:- Nitrogen Fixation
-:- Nitrogen cycle and nitrogen metabolism
-:- Special modes of plant nutrition
-:- Summary - Plant Mineral Nutrition
-:- Photosynthesis: Introduction
-:- Historical Events in Photosynthesis
-:- Definition, Significance and Site of Photosynthesis
-:- Photosynthetic Pigments­
-:- Spectrum of ­Electromagnetic Radiation
-:- Properties of Light
-:- Photosynthetic Unit (Quantasome)
-:- Absorption Spectrum and Action Spectrum
-:- Emerson's Experiments and Hill's Reaction
-:- Modern Concept of Photosynthesis
-:- Photo-Oxidation Phase of Light Reaction
-:- Photo chemical phase of light reaction
-:- Photophosphorylation
-:- Chemiosmotic Theory
-:- Dark Reaction or C3 Cycle or Biosynthetic Phase or Photosynthetic Carbon Reduction (PCR) Cycle
-:- Hatch & Slack Pathway or C4 Cycle or Dicarboxylic Acid Pathway or Dicarboxylation Pathway
-:- Crassulacean Acid Metabolism or CAM cycle
-:- Photorespiration or C2 Cycle or Photosynthetic Carbon Oxidation (PCO) Cycle
-:- Factors affecting ­Photosynthesis
-:- Experiment to determine rate of photosynthesis by Wilmott’s bubbler
-:- Test tube funnel experiment or Experiment to prove oxygen evolved during Photosynthesis
-:- Photosynthesis in bacteria
-:- Summary - Photosynthesis
-:- Plant Respiration : Introduction
-:- Gaseous Exchange in Plant
-:- Structure of ATP
-:- Redox Reactions - Plant Respiration
-:- Types of Respiration in Plant
-:- Stages of Respiration in Plants
-:- Glycolysis - Stages of Respiration in plants
-:- Krebs cycle or Citric acid cycle or TCA cycle
-:- Electron Transport Chain (ETC) (Terminal oxidation) - Plant Respiration
-:- Respiratory Quotient (RQ) in Plant
-:- Experiment to demonstrate the production of CO2 in aerobic respiration
-:- Fermentation - Anaerobic Respiration in Plants
-:- Demonstration of alcoholic fermentation
-:- Factors Affecting Plant Respiration
-:- Pentose Phosphate Pathway (Phospho Gluconate Pathway)
-:- Summary - Plants Respiration
-:- Plant Growth and Development : Introduction
-:- Characteristics of Plant Growth
-:- Kinetics of plant growth
-:- Arc auxanometer Experiment - Measurement of growth by direct method
-:- Plant Growth Regulators
-:- Auxins - Natural Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
-:- Gibberellins - Natural Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
-:- Cytokinins - Natural Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
-:- Ethylene (Gaseous Phytohormone) - Natural Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
-:- Abscisic Acid (ABA) (Stress Phyto Hormone) - Natural Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)
-:- Plant Movements
-:- Experiment to demonstrate negative geotropism in aerial stem
-:- Experiment to demonstrate positive phototropism in shoot tips
-:- Photoperiodism
-:- Vernalization
-:- Seed Germination and Dormancy
-:- Senescence
-:- Stress Physiology - Plant
-:- Summary - Plant Growth and Development