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TOPIC 3 : REPRODUCTION (I) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6

TOPIC 3 : REPRODUCTION (I) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6 Is the ability of an organism to produce an individual of its type in order to...
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

TOPIC 2: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6

TOPIC 2: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6 Growth is a fundamental characteristic of living organisms. OR Growth – is defined as an irreversible increase in...
TRANSPORTATION

TOPIC 1: TRANSPORTATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6

TOPIC 1: TRANSPORTATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 6 TRANSPORTATION OF MATERIALS IN LIVING ORGANISM Why is there a need of special transport system? Answers: Over short distances,...

TOPIC 6: GASEOUS EXCHANGE AND RESPIRATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 6: GASEOUS EXCHANGE AND RESPIRATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 Gaseous exchange is the movement of oxygen and carbondioxide between the organism and its environment...
7 Fruits And Vegetables For Better Bone Strength

TOPIC 5: NUTRITION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 5: NUTRITION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 NUTRITION Nutrition is the process of acquiring energy and materials such as proteins, glucose, minerals, fats etc. Living...
COORDINATION

TOPIC 4: COORDINATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 4: COORDINATION ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 COORDINATION Coordination is a linking together of the functions of different organs so that they work at a...

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (III) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (III) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 Proteins are polymers of amino acids joined together by peptide bond. OTHER BONDS FOUND IN PROTEINS. Ionic bonds:...
CYTOLOGY

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (II) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (II) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 BIOCHEMISTRY ORGANIC CONSTITUENT OF THE CELLS. Bio chemistry: is the study of structures, properties and functions of...

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (I) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5

TOPIC 1: CYTOLOGY (I) ~ BIOLOGY FORM 5 THE CONCEPT OF CYTOLOGY. Cytology is the study of cells, their structures, functions, characteristics and adaptations. THE CELL...
Form Four Biology Tests

18 Form Four Biology Tests

18 Form Four Biology Tests TEST : 1 (a) Give differences between Monocotyledon and Dicotyledon plants. (b) Classify the following organism up to class level. (i) Crub...

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