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TN State Board 11th Biology Tuition

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What will you learn in this course?
    • Promote understanding of basic principles of Biology
    • Encourage learning of emerging knowledge and its relevance to individual and society
    • Promote rational/scientific attitude towards issues related to population, environment and development
    • Enhance awareness about environmental issues, problems and their appropriate solutions
    • Create awareness amongst the learners about diversity in the living organisms and developing respect for other living beings
    • Appreciate that the most complex biological phenomena are built on essentially simple processes
    • It is expected that the students would get an exposure to various branches of Biology in the curriculum in a more contextual and systematic manner as they study its various units.
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    • Assignments every week
    • 200+ MCQs
    • Courseware prepared by experts
    • Assessments to give you the level of improvement

Biology class 11th tuitions are based on the SCERT curriculum and cover a wide range of grade 11. Science is the investigation of living things all throughout the world. Students frequently require a lot of assistance in getting their foundations correct. Class 11 biology tuition is an excellent method to pique students' interest in the subject. 

The courses at LITAA Academy are tailored carefully to teach you everything about Class 11th Biology. This is an Online tuition for Class XII students. The subject experts provide live classes in the system. Each chapter's highlights are summarised in concepts. For each topic, they include the necessary diagrams, definitions, and equations. You may also take part in the on-demand doubt sessions. With our mock tests, test your knowledge and prepare for any upcoming school, board, or competitive exams.

Course Features

120 hours of Live Classes
200+ MCQ Test Series
Live Doubt Resolution
Individual Attention

Course Structure

Units Topics
I Plant Diversity
II Morphology and Taxonomy of Angiosperms
III Cell Biology and Bio-Molecules
IV Plant Anatomy(Structural Organisation of Plants)
V Plant Physiology (Functional Organisation of Plants)

Course Lessons

Living world – Introduction; Attributes of living organisms- metabolism-Homeostasis-growth reproduction- Shape and size- Cellular structure consciousness Classification of Plants - Three domains; Five kingdoms; Seven kingdoms ( Chromista); Diversity in the Plant World; Classification of plants; ( cryptogams, phanerogams) Plant kingdom - Viruses- Discovery, classification, shape, size, structure( TMV, Bacteriophage)Reproduction, virion, viroids, virusoids Prions. Plant viral diseases (only names); BacteriaDiscovery, Archaebacterium, Eubacterium Gram + and Gram-negative bacteria – with reference to cell wall composition, Glycocalyx flagellum ultrastructure, Pilus and fimbriae Plasmid and its types, mesosome, Bacterial life processes,-Nutrition, Respiration, reproduction, , Mycoplasma, structure, Economic importance(Useful & harmful); Cyanobacteria; Fungi – Reproduction, classification, Phycomycetes, zygomycetes, ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes, Deuteromycetes, symbionts – Lichen, Mycorrhizae, Structure, Economic Importance; Algae – Thallus organisation, classification, Reproduction, Characteristics of Chlorophyceae, Phaeophyceae, Rhodophyceae,Structure of Oedogonium and Chara, Economic importance; Bryophytes – Salient features, classification Reproduction, Alternation of generation, Structure of Marchantia and Funaria, Economic importance; Pteridophytes – Salient features, classification, Different types of Stele, structure of Selaginella and Adiantum Economic importance; Gymnosperms- Salient features, comparison with angiosperm classification,Structure of Cycas and Pinus. Economic importance; Angiosperms- salient features, Dicots and monocots – Difference-traditional concept – Modern –Only Monocots; the Life cycle of Plants – Haplontic, Diplontic, Haplo- Diplontic with examples.

Vegetative morphology - Introduction; Habit-Types; Life span; Habitat; Root system; Characteristics features, Regions of root; Types of roots, Functions, Modification of roots- Tap root (Storage, Nodulated, Pneumatophore, assimilatory, Root buttress); Adventitious ( Storage, Mechanical- Prop roots, stilt roots (Balancing roots)- types and functions ) Shoot system - Characteristic features, BudsTerminal, Axillary, and Adventitious budsmodifications; Stem modifications - aerial, sub-aerial, underground; Comparison of underground stem and root, branching of a stem; Leaf –Parts – Venation, Types -simple and compound; Phyllotaxy- Symmetry of leaves; Modification of leaf ( Tendrils, spines, Hooks, Scales, tentacles, leaf bladders, foliar roots, storage, pitcher, Phyllode) Reproductive Morphology - Inflorescence - Types Racemose, Cymose, Mixed and special types; FlowerMonoecious, Dioecious, Polgamous, , floral symmetry; Calyx, corolla, Perianth; Aestivation; Androecium – Structure and types (Adelphy, epipetalous, syngenesious, gynostegium, pollinia, Didynamous, Tetradynamous; Gynoecium –Parts – syncarpous and apocapous,Gynobasic style; Gynandrophore, Placentation, Construction of floral diagram and floral formula- Hibiscus, Brassica juncea, Crotolaria, Vinca, Phyllanthus, Musa; Fruit –Definition and types. Taxonomy and Systematic Botany - Difference between Taxonomy and Systematic Botany; Concept of species- morphological, Biological, Phylogenetic; Types of Specie; Taxonomic hierarchy; Organisms with their taxonomic categorie; ICBN Principles (now ICN) , Nomenclature, Codes of Nomenclature – Vernacular and Scientific names – Polynomial, Binomial and Trinomial nomenclature, Author citation; Type concept- Holotype, Isotype, Lectotype, Syntype, Paratype, Neotype, Epitype; Taxonomic Aids- Keys, Flora, revisions Monographs, catalogs, Botanical gardens, International and National, BSI, Herbariumpreparation and uses, National( MH, PCM, CAL, TBGRI) and International herbaria (Kew); Classification - need and types; Artificial- Linnaeus,Natural – Bentham and Hooker, PhylogeneticEngler& Prantl; Cronquist, APG system-APG III and IV- Cladistic methodology; Modern trends in taxonomy, Chemotaxonomy, Biosystematics, Karyotaxonomy, Serotaxonomy, Molecular methods (RFLP, AFLP and RAPD); Difference between classical and modern taxonomy; Diagnostic features and economic importance of following families, Fabaceae – Pisum sativum, Clitoria ternatea, Solanaceae - Solanum nigram, Datura metel, Liliaceae -Allium cepa

Cell: The Unit of Life Discovery; Microscopy– Compound microscope, Electron microscope ( TEM, SEM); Darkfield, Phase contrast Microscope; Comparison of microscopes; Cell Theory, Cell doctrine, Exceptions to cell theory, Protoplasmic theory, Granular theory, colloidal Theory, Sol-Gel Theory. Properties, Cell size &shape; Prokaryotes-Mesokaryotes- Eukaryotes; Plant cell and Animal cell differences; Protoplasm- Cell Wall- Cell Membrane-E.R, Golgi Apparatus- MitochondriaPlastids- Ribosomes- lysosomes -PeroxisomesGlyoxysomes –Centrioles-Vacuole-Cell inclusion endocytosis- Phago cytosis –pinocytosis- exocytosis, microbodies- xenobiotics; Flagella- Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes Mechanism of Flagellar Movement, ultrastructure of flagellum; Nucleus, ChromosomeStructure and Types, Cytological techniques Cell Cycle - History of Cell division, scientist contribution; Cell cycle – stages, duration; Cell Division – Amitosis, Mitosis & Meiosis; Mitosis stages and significance; Meiosis stages and Significance; Difference between Mitosis and Meiosis; Mitogens, mitotic poisons, endomitosis- Anastral, Amphiastral Biomolecules - Primary metabolites; Water; Carbohydrates – Classification & Structure; Proteins & Amino Acids– Classification & Structure; Lipids – Classification & Structure; Nucleic Acids general Structure & composition – Forms Of DNA & Types Of RNA; Enzymes – Classification, Nomenclature, Structure and Concepts, Mechanism of Enzyme Action, Activation energy, factors affecting enzyme action; Secondary Metabolites

Tissues - Introduction to anatomy & milestones; Brief outline of theories of meristem – (Apical Cell theory, Tunica Corpus theory, Quiescent Centreconcept); Tissues – introduction & types; Meristematic tissue – characteristics & types; Permanent tissue – Simple (Parenchyma, Collenchyma & Sclerenchyma) Complex (Xylem & phloem); Types – special types – aerenchyma, chlorenchyma. Tissue System - Dermal tissue – root, stem, and leaf; Ground tissue – cortex &pith; Vascular tissue – types of bundles(collateral, bi-collateral, conjoint, concentric, radial, amphivasal, amphicribral )– comparison of primary structure – monocot and dicot root, stem and leaf Secondary Growth - Secondary growth in dicots; Cork cambium, vascular cambium; Wood anatomy, Sapwood, and heartwood; Autumn wood and springwood; Anomalous secondary growth in dicots and monocots

Transport in Plants - Movement of water, gases and nutrients; Cell to cell transport-diffusion, facilitated diffusion – active transport – uniport, antiport and symport , role of membrane permeability in transport, comparison of different transport processes – aquaporins; Plant water relations-Water potential, Osmosis, Osmotic pressure, Plasmolysis, Deplasmolysis, DPD, Imbibition, movement of substances; Absorption of water, -apoplast, symplast; Conduction of water - root pressure, Exudation, Guttation, Hydathodes; Transpiration, types of transpiration, factors affection transpiration; Plant antitranspirants; Transpiration pull and guttation; Ascent of sap; Mechanism of stomatal movement – role of potassium , Calcium & ABA; Uptake and translocation of minerals ; Transport of food- phloem transport-phloem loading and unloading; Mechanism of translocation Mineral Nutrition - Essential minerals, Criteria for essentiality; Classification on the basis of function; Mechanism of absorption of elements; Macro and micronutrients and their role; Deficiency symptoms& toxicity of mineral elements, Hydroponics, Aeroponics, Special modes of nutrition; Nitrogen metabolismNitrogen cycle, biological nitrogen fixation (Symbiotic and non symbiotic eg. Rhizobium, Frankia, Azospirillum) Photosynthesis in higher plants - Introduction, Historical,; Significance, site of photosynthesis; Pigments involved in photosynthesis; Chlorophyll structure; Photosynthetic units; Photochemical and biosynthetic phases; Photoluminescence; Cyclic and noncyclic photophosphorylation, Chemiosmotic hypothesis; C3, C4 and CAM cycle; Bacterial photosynthesis; Photorespiration, CO2 compensation point; Respiration – Introduction; Mechanism of Respiration, , anaerobic (fermentation); Factors affecting respiration; Aerobic, Glycolysis, Pyruvate oxidation,TCAcycle(amphibolic pathway); Electron transport chain , oxidative phosphorylation, energy relations – ATP molecules generated; Respiratory quotient (RQ); Growth and Development - Introduction-Charactereristic- Phases of plant growth – growth types- kinetics of growth and growth rateGrowth curve types- Conditions of growthmeasurement of growth; Conditions of growth,Sequence of developmental process in a plant cell; Differentiation, dedifferentiation,and redifferentiation; Plant growth regulators – classification; Auxin, Avena curvature test, Went’s experiment. Types of auxins, Precursors, structure, Bioassay, and physiological effects; Synergistic effects, antagonistic effects; Gibberellin – discovery, the chemical structure of GA3, Precursors, Bioassay and Physiological effects; Cytokinin – discovery, Precursors, structure, Bioassay and physiological effects; Ethylene – discovery, Precursors, structure, Bioassay and physiological effects; ABA – discovery, Precursors, structure, Bioassay and physiological effects; Photoperiodism- Vernalization


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