This chapter will make you understand the major characteristics of living organisms such as growth, metabolism, reproduction, and more. You will also learn the binomial nomenclature of a few common plants and animals. Also, you will learn to distinguish between the terms taxonomy and systematics.
This chapter illustrates the classification of the Kingdom of Plants. The plant kingdom is classified into five groups including Angiosperms, Algae, Angiosperms, Bryophytes, and Gymnosperms. Further, you will also study about the Plant Life Cycles and Alternation of Generations.
This chapter will give you an in-depth understanding of the characteristics features of animals such as fertilization, reproduction, and more. Other main topics of the chapter include levels of organization, symmetry, coelom, segmentation, notochord, diploblastic and triploblastic organization.
This chapter will help you understand the concepts based on the root, stem, leaf, flower, seed, fruit, inflorescence and semi-technical description of typical flowering plants. Flowering plants reveal huge variations in shape, size, mode of nutrition, structure, life span, and habitat.
It is a very interesting chapter in which new concepts, technical terms, and demonstrations are introduced. This chapter explains tissues, tissue system, secondary growth, the anatomy of dicotyledonous and monocotyledonous plants.