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Non Chordates (Term I)

BI 875

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Non Chordates

Includes: Intr to Classification of Living Organisms, Protista, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Annelida, Intr to other Invertebrates-Various Branches of Zoology, Shell & Pearl Formation in Mollusca, Beneficial Insects, Bioluminescence in Invertebrates, Regeneration & Autotomy in Echinodermata, Evolution of “Mimicry” in Butterflies

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Contents

1. Introduction to Classification of Living Organisms

1.1 Classification and taxonomy of animals  

1.2 Binomial nomenclature  

1.3 Ttaxonomic hierarchy    

1.4 Five kingdom classification  

2. Protista

2.1 Habit and habitat, general organization, origin of eukaryotic cell     

2.2 Classification of protista   

2.3 Study of paramoecium   

3. Porifera

3.1 General organization   

3.2 Diversity in sponges based on skeleton and feeding   

3.3 Classification   

4. Cnidaria

4.1 General organization   

4.2 Classification   

4.3 Concept of: Coral reef formation and its importance  

5. Platyhelminthes     

5.1 General organization   

5.2 Classification   

5.3 Economic importance

6. Annelida

6.1 General characters    

6.2 Classification of annelida   

6.3 Diversity in habit and habitat     

6.4 Metamerism in annelida etamerism in annelida 

6.5 Coelom in annelida     

6.6 Importance of annelids 

7. General Introduction to other Invertebrates (Arthropods, Mollusca & Echinodermata)     

7.1 Arthropods 

7.2 Mollusca   

7.3 Echinodermata

8. Introduction to Various Branches of Zoology 

8.1 Physiology 

8.2 Cell biology     

8.3 Internal cellular structures 

8.4 Biochemistry     

8.5 Biostatistics

8.6 Molecular biology

8.7 Biotechnology    

8.8 Biophysics 

8.9 Entomology 

8.10 Immunology 

8.11 Aquaculture

9. Shell and Pearl Formation in Mollusca 

9.1 Pearl oyster culture   

10. Beneficial Insects  

10.1 Introduction     

10.2 Beneficial insects     

10.3 Honey bees 

10.4 Silk moth  

11. Bioluminescence in Invertebrates

11.1 Bioluminescence  

11.2 Characteristics of the phenomenon  

11.3 Adaptations for bioluminescence    

12. Regeneration and Autotomy in Echinodermata  

12.1 Regeneration     

12.2 Regeneration in echinodermata

13. Evolution of “Mimicry” in Butterflies 

13.1 Mimicry    

13.2 Disruptive selection in mimetic butterflies    

13.3 Mimicry and evolution 

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