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SYLLABUS BREAKUP For XI (Pre-Medical) By Ms Erum Gul Zoology Department
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SEPTEMBER 2011 BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES What are biological molecules? Structure and Function of important biological molecules Proteins Carbohydrates Lipids Nucleic Acids
OCTOBER 2011 ENZYMES Characteristics of Enzymes Mode of Action of Enzymes Energy of Activation Enzyme Inhibition
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JANUARY 2011 NUTRITION IN ANIMALS Nutrition in Unicellular Organisms Hydra Nutrition in Multicellular Organisms Planaria Earthworm Cockroach Man
FEBRUARY 2011 RESPIRATION IN ANIMALS Amoeba Earthworm Grasshopper Respiratory system in Man Air passage Ways Inspiration Expiration
MARCH 2011 TRANSPORT IN ANIMALS Open Circulatory System Closed Circulatory System Single Circuit Circulation Double Circuit Circulation Human Heart Lymphatic System Immune System
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