BPharma, PY 101(B) Remedial Biology 1st First Semester RGPV / RGTU B Pharma, PHARMACY 1st First Semester Syllabus
BPharma 1st sem Remedial Biology Syllabus
i. Morphology and Anatomy of flowering plant and its parts like root, stem, bark, wood, leaf, flower, fruit and seed. Modification of root and stem.
ii. Transportation, photosynthesis and respiration in plants, Plant growth and development.
iii. Structure of plant cell, Different types of plant tissues and their functions.
i. Cell- the unit of life.
ii. Biomolecules – Lipids, polysaccharides, Proteins, and nucleic acids. Enzymes and cofactors , their classification , chemistry, mechanism of action and factors affecting enzyme activity.
iii. Cell cycle and cell division, stages of mitosis and meiosis, and their significance.
i. Biological classification – Five kigdoms Monera, Prostita, Fungi, plantae and animalia. Viruses, viroids and lichens.
ii. Animal kingdom - Classification and its basis
iii. Plant kingdom – Algae, bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms, Angiosperms. Plant life cycles and alteration of generations.
4. Genetics and Evolution :
i. Principles of inheritance and variation – Mendals laws, inheritance of one gene and two gene, sex determination, mutation and genetic disorders.
ii. Molecular basis of inheritance – DNA, RNA, Replication, Transcription, Genetic code, Translation, regulation of gene expression, DNA fingerprinting, Human Genome Project.
iii. Evolution – Origin of life, theory of evolution of life forms, Evidences for evolution, Adaptive radiation, Biological evolution, Hardy- Weinberg principle.
1. To study the simple and compound microscope.
2. To study the microscopic section of the Monocot and Dicot plant.
3. To identify the part of the plant by given section (root).
4. To identify the part of the plant by given section (stem).
5. To identify the part of the plant by given section (bark).
6. To identify the part of the plant by given section (leaf).
7. To identify the part of the plant by given section (seed).
8. To identify and differentiate the parts of the given plant sample morphologically.