This textbook has been designed to meet the needs of B.Sc. (Hons.) Second Semester students of Zoology as per the UGC Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Comprehensively written, it explains the essential principles, processes and methodology of Coelomate Non-Chordates and Cell Biology. This textbook is profusely illustrated with well-drawn labelled diagrams, flow charts and tables, not only to supplement the descriptions, but also for sound understanding of the concepts.
For Zoology Degree Level Students. A few chapters e.g.,microscope and chromatography have been included afresh. Besides these a few dissections, several museum specimens and permanenet slides have also been added at appropiate places
For B.Sc. and B.Sc(hons.) students of all Indian Universities & Also as per UGC Model Curriculum. The multicoloured figures and arrestingly natural photographs effectively complement the standard text matter. The target readers shall highly benefit by correlating the content with the muliticoloured figures and photographs The book has been further upgraded with addition of important questions: long, short, very short and multiple questions in all chapters. A complete comprehensive source for the subject matter of various university examinations.
For B.Sc I yr students as per the new syllabus of UGC curriculum for all Indian Universities. The present book has two sections. Section I covers 1 which includes chapters on Mechanics, oscillations and Properties of Matter. Section II covers course 2 which includes chapters on Electricity, Magnetism and Electromagnetic theory.
For B.Sc. I year students. Matter on inclusion compounds, charge transfer complexes and clatherates in chapter 1 of organic chemistry has been rewritten to cover them thoroughly. A new chapter Thermodynamics -I containing first law of thermodynamics and thermochemistry, which forms a part of syllabus for B.Sc.-I year in some universities.
Practical Zoology for Advanced Level and Intermediate Students is a laboratory manual that covers various zoological experiments. The book presents methods, techniques, and illustrations relevant to zoological experiments. The text first discusses microscopical techniques, and then proceeds to tackling the morphology and anatomy of various animals. Next, the book deals with cytology and histology. The next part covers elementary biochemistry. The fifth part discusses physiology, while the sixth part covers genetics. The last part deals with vertebrate embryology. The book will be most useful to students of disciplines concerned with animal biology, such as veterinary medicine and comparative anatomy.
This classic textbook is a concise introductory guide to the subject of animal behavior. The book is organized by first building the four-cornered foundations of the subject, then moving higher. In an extremely well-organized progression, the student is lead to an understanding of the essential topics, explained in logical self-contained units. Each chapter ends with suggestions for further reading. In this second edition, the coverage of mechanisms of behavior is much expanded, as is the material on evolution and natural selection. The chapter on development includes much of the new work on learning and memory, especially song-learning in birds. Indeed throughout the book, examples are drawn from recent ground-breaking research. The latest edition of the textbook of choice in animal behaviour Extremely well illustrated and including many classic photos by Niko Tinbergen Uniquely well suited as an introductory text - designed for student use with a clear and logical organization founded on self-contained units
FOR B.Sc & B.Sc.(Hons) CLASSES OF ALL INDIAN UNIVERSITIES AND ALSO AS PER UGC MODEL CURRICULUMN Contents: CONTENTS:Protochordates:Hemicholrdata 1.Urochordata Cephalochordata Vertebrates : Cyclostomata 3. Agnatha, Pisces Amphibia 4. Reptilia 5. Aves Mammalia 7 Comparative Anatomy:lntegumentary System 8 Skeletal System Coelom and Digestive System 10 Respiratory System 11. Circulatory System Nervous System 13. Receptor Organs 14 Endocrine System 15 Urinogenital System 16 Embryology Some Comparative Charts of Protochordates 17 Some Comparative Charts of Vertebrate Animal Types 18 Index.