PAPER I PROTOZOA 2010: “A protozoan cell is not equal to a cell of multicellular organism”. Discuss the statement. 2009: Conjugation and its significance 2009: Write an essay on “Protozoa and diseases” 2008: Explain the medical importance of plasmodium 2007: Some Protozoa are medicinally important, explain at least three such Protozoan.
Dogfish, (order Squaliformes), any of several small sharks making up an order of chondrichthyian fishes composed of the families Centrophoridae (gulper sharks), Dalatiidae, Echinorhinidae, Etmopteridae, Oxynotidae, Somniosidae, and Squalidae. In North America the name is also used for a freshwater.
Carcharhiniformes (requiem sharks) - anal fin, 5 gill slits, 2 dorsal fins, no fin spines, mouth behind the eyes, nictitating eyelids - - ground sharks, including catsharks, swellsharks, shysharks, houndsharks, weasel sharks, requiem and hammerhead sharks.
In the human digestive system, large organic masses are broken down into smaller particles that the body can use as fuel. This is a complex process. The breakdown of the nutrients requires the coordination of several enzymes secreted from specialized cells within the mouth, stomach, intestines, and liver.
UNIVERSITY OF PUNE Semester wise course structure and revised draft of syllabus for T.Y.B.Sc. Zoology w.e.f. the Academic Year 2010-2011. T.Y.B.Sc. Zoology Semester III Paper Course Title Marks ZY-331 General Zoology 50 ZY-332 Mammalian Histology 50 ZY-333 Biological Chemistry 50 ZY-334 Environmental Biology and Toxicology 50.
Zoology students, whether working on a Bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree, will find these blogs an interesting source of news and information. These blogs range from the more general to specific, with some blogs discussing a particular type of animal or species.
General characteristics and classification of Chordates up to class level with examples. Type study: Pisces: Shark- Scoliodon sorrakowah.(except Endoskeleton); General essay: Migration in fishes. UNIT IV Type study: Amphibia: Frog- Rana.
Fish are diverse — each species has evolved to live successfully in its specific underwater environment, from streams and lakes to the vast expanse of the ocean. Despite the thousands of different species, all fish share common evolutionary adaptations that help them thrive in their watery domain.