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16 sections • 121 lectures
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Chapter 1 - The Living World - One Shot
6 lectures • 3h 49min
The Living World
The Living World - Chapter Overview
Properties of Living Organisms
Diversity in the Living World and Taxonomy
Taxonomic Categories
Taxonomical AIDS
Chapter 2 - Biological Classification
10 lectures • 7h 58min
Biological Classification
Biological Classification - Chapter Overview
Classification System
Biological Classification - Chapter Overview
Classification System
Kingdom MONERA
Kingdom Protista
Kingdom Fungi
Kingdom Plantae and Animalia
Virus, Virorids and Lichens
Chapter 11 - Plant Kingdom
8 lectures • 5h 35min
Plant Kingdom
Plant Kingdom - Chapter Overview
Classification Systems and Plant Life Cycle
Division Algae
Division Bryophytes
Division Pteridophytes
Division Gymnosperms
Division Angiosperms
Chapter 4 - Animal Kingdom
13 lectures • 4h 46min
Animal Kingdom - Chapter Overview
Basis of Classification
Phylum Porifera
Phylum Coelenterta
Phylum Ctenophora
Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Aschelminthes
Phylum Annelida
Phylum Mollusca
Phylum Echinodermata and Hemichordata
Phylum Chordata (Part 1)
Phylum Chordata (Subphylum Vertebrata) (Part 2)
Chapter 5 - Morphology of Flowering Plants
8 lectures • 3h 33min
Morphology of Flowering Plants - Chapter Overview
The Root
The Stem
The Leaf
Inflorescence and The Flower
The Flower
The Flower
The Fruit and Seed
Chapter 6 - Anatomy of Flowering Plants
7 lectures • 3h 8min
Meristematic Tissue
Simple Permanent Tissue
Permanent Tissue
Anatomy of Dicot & Monocot Root
Anatomy of Dicot and Monocot Stem
Anatomy of Dicot & Monocot Leaf
Secondary Growth
Chapter 7 - Structural Organisation in Animals
5 lectures • 2h 28min
Epidermal Tissue
Cell Junctions
Connective Tissue
Muscular Tissue & Neutral Tissue
Morphology & Anatomy of Frog
Chapter 8 - Cell: The Unit of Life
7 lectures • 3h 43min
Discovery of Cell
Prokaryotic Cell
Eukaryotic Cell
Endomembrane System
Ribosome, Cilia and Flagella
Chapter 9 - Biomolecules
8 lectures • 4h 8min
Biomolecules - The Introduction
Amino Acids
Carbohydrates and Nitrogen Bases
Polysaccharides Nucleic Acid
Metabolism and The Living State
Chapter 10 - Cell Cycle and Cell Division
4 lectures • 2h 28min
Introduction & Mitosis (I Phase)
Mitosis (M Phase)
Meiosis I
Meiosis II
Chapter 11 - Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
8 lectures • 4h 42min
Photosynthesis & Related Experiments
Photo Systems
Light Reaction
Chemiosmotic Hypothesis
Dark Reaction (C3 Pathway)
C4 Pathway Photosynthesis
Factor Affecting Photosynthesis
Chapter 12 - Respiration in Plants
6 lectures • 3h 11min
Cellular Respiration
Glycolysis/Emp Pathway
Aerobic Respiration (Kreb's Cycle)
Electron Transport System (ETS)
Amphibolic Pathway & Respiratory Quotient
Chapter 13 - Plant Growth and Development
8 lectures • 2h 14min
Plant Growth
Growth Rate
Plant Development
Plant Growth Regulators (Auxins)
Plant Growth Regulators (Gibberellins)
Plant Growth Regulators (Cytokinin)
Plant Growth Regulators (Ethylene)
Plant Growth Regulators (Abscisic Acid)
Chapter 14 - Breathing and Exchange of Gases
7 lectures • 3h 27min
Human Respiratory System
Mechanism of Breathing
Mechanism of Breathing
Exchange of Gases
Transport of Gases
Regulation of Respiration
Disorders of Respiration
Chapter 15 - Body Fluids and Circulation
12 lectures • 4h 48min
Circulatory System (A Introduction)
Human Circulatory System
The Coagulation Pathway
Blood Grouping
Blood Vessels
The Heart
Cardiac Cycle
Double Circulation
Regulation of Cardiac Activity
Disorders of Circulatory System
Lymphatic System
Chapter 16 - Excretory Products & Their Elimination
4 lectures • 2h 2min
Types of Excretion
Human Excretory System
Process of Urine Formation


Class 11th Biology is a course that covers the study of living organisms and their interactions with each other and their environment. The course is based on the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) syllabus and follows the guidelines set by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) in India. It is designed to provide a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles of biology, as well as their applications in real-world scenarios. The course covers topics such as the structure and function of cells, genetics and evolution, ecology and biodiversity, and human physiology. Through a combination of classroom lectures, hands-on activities, and laboratory experiments, students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in further studies in the biological sciences and related fields.

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