Tag: Biology

SS 1 FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE BIOLOGY

BIOLOGY SCHEME OF WORK S S ONE Week 1 ‚Äď Recognizing Living things Week 2 ‚Äď Living things and non-living things Week 3 ‚Äď Classification of Living things Week 4 ‚Äď Organization of life Week 5 ‚Äď Plant Nutrition Week 6 ‚Äď Nutrient cycling in Nature Week 7 ‚Äď Nutrition in Animals Week 8 ‚Äď

SS 2 FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE BIOLOGY

  FIRST TERM E-LEARNING NOTE   SUBJECT: BIOLOGY CLASS: SSS 2   SCHEME OF WORK   WEEKS                 TOPIC               Aquatic Habitat               Terrestrial Habitat               Food Production and Storage               Nutrient Cycling in Nature               Nutrient Cycling in Nature (Cont’d)               Pollution               Conservation of Natural Resources               Ecological Management and Tolerance               Adaptation               Adaptation (Cont’d)

SS 1 Third Term Biology Lesson Notes

THIRD TERM E-LEARNING NOTE SUBJECT:  BIOLOGY       CLASS:  S. S. ONE SCHEME OF WORK   WEEKS                   TOPIC Micro-Organisms Around Us and the Concept of Culturing. Micro-Organisms in Action. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Towards Better Health Relevance of Biology to Agriculture Pests and Diseases of

SS 2 Biology Third Term Lesson Notes

THIRD TERM E-LEARNING NOTE   SUBJECT:  BIOLOGY                     CLASS:  SS 2   SCHEME OF WORK   WEEK TOPIC Excretion in Lower Organisms Excretory System in Vertebrates and Plants Male and Female Reproductive Structures Sexual Reproduction  Reproduction in Plants  Pollination Ecological Succession Overcrowding and Food Shortage Balance

BIOLOGY SS 2 SECOND TERM EXAMINATION

Biology SS2 ________ is the simplest bit of living matter that can exist independently. (a)Cell (b)Organ (c) Tissue (d) None of the above Which of the following is a form in which cell exist? (a)Colony (b) Filament (c) Plant like protist (d)All of the above Cells exhibit a variety of shapes and sizes. TRUE /

SS 3 BIOLOGY FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE PLAN SCHEME OF WORK

SS 3 ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† BIOLOGY ¬† WEEKS¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† TOPICS ¬† Revision of Summer school‚Äôs work. ¬† Balance in Nature: (a) Factors affecting a population (i) Abiotic ‚Äďlight,space,heat,water etc.(ii)Biotic ‚Äďfood, competition (inter specific and intra

THEORY OF EVOLUTION

SUBJECT :BIOLOGY CLASS :SS 3 TERM :FIRST TERM WEEK :WEEK 10 TOPIC: EVOLUTION CONTENT: Theories of Evolution. The theories of evolution according to Charles Darwin, Jean Baptist de Lamark Evidence of evolution. Forces responsible for evolution: mutation, gene flow, genetic drift. INTRODUCTION Adaptation is the process by which organisms change their structure, physiology and behaviour

EVOLUTION STRUCTURAL ADAPTATION FOR COLOURATION FOOD AND DEFENCE

    SUBJECT: BIOLOGY CLASS: SS 3 TERM: FIRST TERM WEEK: WEEK 9 TOPIC: EVOLUTION CONTENT: 1. Progressive change in structure and anatomy of organisms. Structural adaptation: Adaptive colouration Structural adaptation: For obtaining food. Different castes of termites. Different castes of bees. SUB-TOPIC 1: PROGRESSIVE CHANGE IN STRUCTURE AND ANATOMY OF ORGANISMS. Definition of Evolution

VARIATION AND EVOLUTION MORPHOLOGICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL AND APPLICATION OF VARIATION

SUBJECT: BIOLOGY CLASS: SS 3 TERM: FIRST TERM  WEEK: 8 TOPIC: VARIATION AND EVOLUTION   CONTENT: 1. Morphological variations 2. Physiological variation 3. Application of variation   INTRODUCTION   Evolution is the cumulative changes in the characteristics of population or organisms occurring in the course of successive generations related by descent. Variations are differences in traits or

BIOLOGY OF HEREDITY: GENETICS

WEEK 7   TOPIC: BIOLOGY OF HEREDITY   CONTENT:   Transmission and expression of characters in organisms Chromosomes the basis of heredity. Probability in genetics. Applications of principles of heredity Explanation on cross and self fertilization   BIOLOGY OF HEREDITY: GENETICS   Genetics is the scientific study of heredity and variation in living organism. Scientists