Friday, August 21, 2020

Basic Level Topic-wise Questions Test Series (T-10) | for Class 12

Biology Basic Level Questions (T-10) for Class 12/ Plus Two / NEET

Each topic contains 10 simple objective type questions. After doing this, you can go to Level 1 & Level 2. 

Part-1 Botany

1. Reproduction in organisms
    • Topic 1: Asexual Reproduction
    • Topic 2: Sexual Reproduction
    • Topic 3: Events in Sexual Reproduction
2. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
    • Topic 1: Structure of Flower
    • Topic 2: Pollination
    • Topic 3: Fertilization and post-fertilization events
3. Strategies for enhancement in food production
    • Topic 1: Animal Husbandry
    • Topic 2: Plant Breeding
    • Topic 3: Single Cell Proteins and Tissue Culture
4. Biotechnology: Principles and processes
    • Topic 1: Principles of Biotechnology
    • Topic 2: Tools of Recombinant DNA Technology
    • Topic 3: Processes of Recombinant DNA Technology
5. Biotechnology and its Applications
    • Topic 1: Applications in Agriculture
    • Topic 2: Applications in Medicine
    • Topic 3: Transgenic Animals, Ethical Issues
6. Organisms and Populations
    • Topic 1: Organisms and its Environment
    • Topic 2: Responses to Abiotic Factors
    • Topic 3: Populations
    • Topic 4: Population Growth
    • Topic 5: Population Interactions
7. Ecosystem
    • Topic 1: Ecosystem- Structure and Function
    • Topic 2: Productivity, Decomposition
    • Topic 3: Energy Flow
    • Topic 4: Ecological Pyramids
    • Topic 5: Ecological Succession
    • Topic 6: Nutrient Cycling, Ecosystem Services
8. Environmental issues
    • Topic 1: Air Pollution and its Control
    • Topic 2: Water pollution and its Control
    • Topic 3: Wastes and their Effects
    • Topic 4: Greenhouse Effects, Global Warming, Ozone Depletion
    • Topic 5: Degradation by Improper Resource Utilization

Part-2 Zoology

1. Human Reproduction
2. Reproductive Health
3. Principles of Inheritance and Variation
4. Molecular Basis of Inheritance

5. Evolution

6. Human Health and Diseases
7. Microbes in Human Welfare
8. Biodiversity and Conservation

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