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Overview of the Course (in Hindi)
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Aprajita Shankhdhar
Loves teaching and tries to simplify teaching learning process as much as possible by my side NEET \ AIIMS \ CTET.

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please upload video on nuclear energy and indias energy security
but mujhe neet ki tyri ke liye series by series chapter chaiye h taki me achhe se Priprestion kr sku plzzz mam
hiii mam..... thnku mam apki sari Lecture achhhi lgi h
tnk u mam...mam aapka sobi lecture accha lgta Hein..mera Nam bhi aparajita he..mam.,,
Interect and emergence : Living things have different levels of organization. Smaller parts combine to make increasingly complex systems. An emergent property is a characteristic an entity gains when it becomes part of a bigger system. Emergent properties help living organisms better adapt to their environments and increase their chances of survival. the molecular level, all living beings are made of atoms that have joined together to form large biological molecules called macromolecules. Atoms such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen found in molecules gain new or emergent properties when they bond together to make the proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids that are macromolecules. For example, when carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen combine in a certain way, lipids are formed. Lipids are capable of forming cell membranes that separate living cells from the environment. Membrane formation is an emergent property not found in the molecules that make them, and without cell membranes, life could not exist.
Life is a complex system of ions, molecules,atoms which operates life processes. We are unable to create life in laboratory ...,means the vital force that convert non- living objects into living is missing .
  1. The living world By: Aprajita shankhdhar

  2. Overview.. UNIT Chapter 1 The Living World Chapter 2 Biological Classification Chapter 3 Plant Kingdom Chapter 4 Animal Kingdom

  3. Biology is the science of life forms and living processes. The living world comprises an amazing diversity of living organisms. inanimate matter (wind, sea, fire etc.) the animals and plants. inanimate matter (wind, sea, fire etc.) and some among the animals and plants Emst Mayr The Darwin of the 20th century Throughout his nearly 8o-year career, his research spanned ornitholoqy taxonomy, zoogeography, evolution, systematics, and the history and philosophy of biology. He almost single-handedly made the origin of species diversity the central question of evolutionary bi logy that it is today . He also pioneered the currently accepted definition of a biological species

  4. The living world... . What is living Diversity in the living world . Taxonomic categories .Taxonomic aids

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