Zoology is the scientific study of behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals. Zoology is a flagship subject that leads to the studies of human biology, that is why it is appointed as one of the most compulsory subjects for the students of Pre-medical by BISE Punjab. Zoology is especially necessary for those students who are aspiring to become doctors and medical practitioners in the future. The first-year zoology gives the students an in-depth view of knowledge that is required by students in the process of becoming an expert. It also shares professional knowledge with students which they had not learned in their previous classes.

The Zoology paper is made up of three parts: part one being objective with short multiple choice questions and answers, while subjective section consists of detailed questions and answers and last but not the least, the practical examination.

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Zoology - XI First Year - Punjab Board


Subject name Zoology
Class XI
Board Punjab Board
Subject affiliation Pre-medical
Book Chapters Count 14
Subject type Compulsory
Paper Type Subjective, Objective And Practical
Marks scheme Total = 50
Subjective  = 33
Objective = 09
Practical =  08
Minimum Passing Marks 22/50
Subject features Online recorded lecture, virtual lab simulations, online assessments and games.

1.1  Biology and Some Major Fields of Specia
1.2  The Level of Biological Organization
1.3  Living World in Time
1.4  Biology and The Services of Mankind
1.5  Protection and Conservation of Environment

2.1  Introduction to Biochemistry
2.2  Importance of Carbon
2.3  Importance of Water
2.4  Carbohydrates
2.5  Lipids
2.6  Protiens
2.7  Structure of Protien
2.8  Nucleic Acids
2.9  Conjugated Molecules

3.1  Basic Concepts
3.2  Mechanism of Enzyme Action
3.3  Factors Affecting the Rate of Enzymatic
3.4  Inhibitors

4.1  Emergence and Implication of Cell Theory
4.2  Structure of a Generalized Cell
4.3  Cytoplasm and Organelles
4.4  Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell
4.4  Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell

5  Introduction
5.1  Nomenclature
5.2  Two to Five Kingdom Classification Systems
5.3  Viruses

6.1  Discovery of Bacteria
6.2  Ocuurance of Bacteria
6.3  Structure of Bacteria
6.4  Economic Importance
6.5  Uses and Misuse of Antibiotics
6.6  Characteristics of Cynobacteria
6.7  Nostoc

7.1  Historical Perspective
7.2  Main Groups of Protists
7.3  Fungi like Protists

8.1  The Body of Fungus
8.2  Nutrition in Fungi
8.3  Classification of Fungi
8.4  Land Adaptation of Fungi
8.5  Importance of Fungi

9.1  Classification of Plantae
9.2  Division Bryophyta
9.3  Adaption to Land Habitat
9.4  Classification
9.5  Division Tracheophytes
9.6  Psilopsida
9.7  Evolution of Leaf
9.8  Lycopsida
9.9  Sphenosida
9.10  Pteropsida

10.1  Introduction
10.2  Development of Complexity in Animals
10.3  Grade Radiata, Bilateria
10.4  Diploblastic and Triploblastic Organiza
10.5  Parazoa
10.6  Grade Radiata
10.7  Grade Bilateria

11  Basic definitions
11.1  Photosynthesis
11.2  Chloroplasts
11.3  Photosynthetic Pigments
11.4  Light- The Driving Energy
11.5  Role of Carbon Dioxide
11.6  Reactions of Photosynthesis
11.7  Respiration

12.1  Nutrition in Plants
12.2  Heterotrophic Nutrition
12.3  Digestion and Absorption
12.4  Some Common Disesses Related to Nutrition

13.1  Need of Respiration Gas Exchange
13.2  Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas Exchange
13.3  Gaseous Exchange in Plants
13.4  Respiratory Organs in Representative Aquatic and Terrestrial Animals
13.5  Mechanisms of Voluntary and Involuntary Regulation of Breathing
13.6  Transport of Respiratory Gases

14.1  Introduction
14.2  Need of Transport of Materials
14.3  Transport in Plants
14.4  Ascent of Sap
14.5  Types of Transpiration
14.6  Transport in Animals
14.7  Circulatory System
14.8  Opening and Closing of Stomata
14.9  Disorders
14.10  Lymphatic System
14.11  Immunity and its Types


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