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Cell - The Fundamental Unit Of Life

Cell definition, types, diversity, structures. Different part of cell and their structure, structure of cell organelles, Ideas about intracellular transport, importance of cell organelles and nucleus.

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  • A4 page, Laptop/ mobile, internet connection, NCERT CLASS XI Biology book, MCQ 10years for NEET level

Description

Cell definition, reason of calling structural and functional unit, types of cell.

Diversity is size and shape, cell theories and modifications.

Structure of cell wall and cell membrane and their importance, models for cell membrane structures, different type of transport through cell membrane.

Detailed structural study of cell organelles like mitochondria, golgi apperatus, ribosome, lysosome, endoplasmic reticulum, plastids, vacoules etc and their discoveries, functions.

Molecular structure of nuclues, chromosome  DNA and their importance, types of chromosome.

Endo membrane transport system within cell, importance. Structure of cillia and flagella and differences between them.

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About the Teacher

I am a biology teacher for boards and NEET and teaching in this arena for 5years. The teaching of biology is not only a profession but also a passion for my life. I love to share the knowledge of this subject to my students. I personally think if we can connect all the topics of this subject we can feel and see the creation of mother nature. In this way of learning and connecting the topics of biology I help my students as a guide.

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