Structural Organization in Plants and Animals : Plant Morphology Lecture - 9 (fruit, seed, floral formula & families)

Plant Morphology Lecture - 9 (fruit, seed, floral formula & families)

Explained: Morphology of Fruit (NCERT Based), Morphology of Seed (NCERT Based), Floral diagram & Floral formula, Families - Fabaceae, Solanaceae & Liliaceae (NCERT Based)

Plant Morphology Lecture - 8 (Inflorescence - Cymose & special types)

Explained: Cymose Inflorescence, Types of Cymose inflorescence, Cyathium inflorescence, Verticillaster inflorescence, Hypanthodium inflorescence, Edible inflorescence

Plant Morphology Lecture - 7 (Inflorescence - Racemose)

Explained: Racemose inflorescence, Types of racemose inflorescence, Raceme, Spike, Catkin, Spadix, Corymb, Umbel, Head / Capitulum

Plant Morphology Lecture - 6 (Inflorescence)

Explained: Inflorescence, Peduncle, Rachis & Pedicel, Infructescence, Monopodial growth, Sympodial growth, Racemose, Cymose

Plant Morphology Lecture - 5 (Leaf morphology - 2) PART - B

Explained: Vernation, Ptyxis, Leaf types - Simple and Compound, Leaf petiole & modifications, Leaf base & Modifications, Leaf Modifications, Schimper brown series

Plant Morphology Lecture - 5 (Leaf morphology - 2) PART - A

Explained: Vernation, Ptyxis, Leaf types - Simple and Compound, Leaf petiole & modifications, Leaf base & Modifications, Leaf Modifications, Schimper brown series

Plant Morphology Lecture - 4 (Leaf morphology - 1)

Explained:Leaf - An introduction & evolution, Leaf in taxonomy, Leaf parts, Leaf lamina, Leaf vein, Leaf venation, Venation types - Parallel & Reticulate

Plant Morphology Lecture - 3 (Stem morphology) PART - B

EXplained: Modifications of Stem, Tuber, Rhizome, Corm, Bulb, Offset, Suckers, Phylloclade, Cladode, Thorns

Plant Morphology Lecture - 3 (Stem morphology) PART - A

Explained: Basic concepts related to stem morphology, Types of stem, Bud and modifications, Stem Forms, Modifications of Stem

Plant Morphology Lecture - 2 (Root morphology)

Explained: Root system, Taproots, Fibrous roots, Adventitious roots, Root functions, Root modifications, Significance of root morphology

Plant Morphology Lecture - 1 (Basics)

Explained: Importance of Morphology, Role of morphology in taxonomy, Type of plants, Basics of morphology.

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 12

Explained: Review of NCERT, Anatomy of flowering plant chapter on the basis of NCERT

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 11

Explained: Extrastellar secondary growth, Cork cambium, Periderm, Phellum & Phellogen, Bark & Rhytidome, Lenticel, Complementary cells, Ringbark & Scale bark

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 10

Explained: Anatomy of leaf, Isobilateral leaf & Dorsiventral leaf, Secondary growth, Lateral meristems, Intrastellar secondary growth, Formation of Cambium ring, Secondary vascular tissues, Annual rings, Earlywood & Latewood

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 9

Explained: Vascular tissue system, The development pattern of Xylem & Phloem, Types of vascular bundles, Differences between Root and Stem, Differences between Dicot stem and Monocot stem, Differences between Dicot root and Monocot root, Bi- Collateral vascular bundle

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 8

Explained: Cortex in Dicot stem, Hypodermis, General Cortex, Endodermis, functions of endodermis , Casparian strips, Pericycle, Pith & Pith rays

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 7

Explained: Epidermal tissue system, Myrosin cells, Lithocyte & Cystolith, Bulliform cells, Stomata & Guard cell, Ground tissue system, Transverse Section of Dicot stem

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 6

Explained: Secretory Tissues, Hydathodes, Digestive glands, Tissue System, Epidermal tissue system, Cuticle, Epiblema

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 5 Part B

Explained: Companion cells, Phloem parenchyma, Phloem fibers

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 5 Part - A

Explained: Phloem, Sieve elements, Sieve plate & Sieve pores, Phloem parenchyma, Companion cell, Albuminous cells, Phloem fibers

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 4

Explained: Complex permanent tissue, Xylem & its components

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 3

Explained: Collenchyma, Sclerenchyma, Plant fibers, Stone cells, Mechanical tissue of plants, Importance of plant fibers

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 2

Explained: Theories related to Shoot apex, Theories related to Root apex, Types of Shoot apex, Permanent tissue, Simple Permanent Tissue, Parenchyma, Chlorenchyma, Aerenchyma

Anatomy of Flowering Plants Lecture - 1

Explained: Plant anatomy, Tissue, Type of tissue, Meristematic tissue, Type of meristems

Structural organisation in Animals (Frog Part - 2) Lecture - 10

Explained: Anatomy of frog, Bidder's canal, Cloaca, Respiratory system, Digestive system, circulatory system, Nervous system, Endocrine system, Reproduction in Frog

Structural organisation in Animals (Frog Part - 1) Lecture - 9

Explained: Frog - General characters & features, Morphology of frog, How the frog produces crocking sound?, How to differentiate between male & female frog?, Skin of frog

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 8

Explained: Anatomy of Cockroach, Reproduction in Cockroach, Development in Cockroach

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 7

Explained: Cockroach - interesting facts, General introduction, Morphology of cockroach, Unique structural features in cockroaches

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 6

Explained: Anatomy of Earthworm, Body wall, Alimentary canal, Typhlosole, Calciferous glands & Gizzard, Five hearts, Nerve ganglion, Nephridia types, Respiratory surface, Reproduction, Cocoon & worm

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 5

Explained: Morphology of Earthworm, Peristomium, Prostomium & Mouth, Clitellum & its role, Dorsal and ventral features, reproductive features, Metamerism, Structural features

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 4

Explained: Nervous tissue, Neurons, Neuroglial tissue, Types of Neuroglial cells, Parts of Neuron, Facts related to nervous tissue

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 3

Explained: Muscular tissue, Type of Muscles, Skeletal muscles, Smooth muscles, Cardiac muscles

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 2

Explained: Connective tissues, Loose connective tissues, Areolar & adipose tissues, Dense connective tissues, Ligaments & Tendons, Specialized connective tissues, Cartilage & Bones, Blood - Fluid connective tissue, Bone marrow, Fibroblast

Structural Organisation in Animals Lecture - 1

Explained: Tissue, Organ & Organ system, Types of tissues in Animals, Tissue flowcharts, Epithelial tissue & its types, Specific locations of epithelium & its functions, Animal cell interconnections, Tight junctions, Zonula adherence, Desmosomes, Gap junctions