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NCERT Practical/Laboratory Manual Biology Class 11

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An Excellent Book in Accordance with the latest syllabus for Class-11 Prescribed by CBSE/NCERT Jharkhand Board and Adopted by Various State Education Boards.

Book Code : 0450/4310/2642

ISBN : 978-93-5167-954-7

Language : Hindi

Edition : Latest

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Authors : Dr. Sunita Bhagia, Er. Meera Goyal

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Introduction

1. Necessary equipments, chemicals and other things for practical work, 2. General Instructions for practical work, 3. Special Instructions for practical note-book, Drawing and Recording, 4. Special  Instructions for  spotting.

EXPERIMENTS

1.To study and describe the flowering plant belonging to family/one from each of the families (a) Solanaceae (b) Fabaceae (c) Liliaceae.
2.To prepare temporary slide of transverse section of dicot/monocot stem/dicot/ monocot root. 
3.To study osmosis by potato-osmometer.   
4.To study of plasmolysis in epidermal peel of Tradescantial or Rhoeo leaf.  
5.To study the distribution of stomata on the upper and lower surface of a leaf.  
6.To compare the rate of transpiration in upper and lower surface of the leaf.    
7.To test the presence of sugars (Glucose, Sucrose and Starch), proteins and fats and to detect their presence in suitable plant and animal materials.  
8.To study the separation of plant pigments by paper chromatography.    
9.To study the rate of respiration in flower buds/leaf tissue and germinating seeds.
10.To test presence of urea in urine.
11.To test presence of sugar in urine.  
12.To detect presence of albumin in urine. 
13.To test urine for presence of bile salt.


SPOTTING            
 1.Study of compound microscope.  
 2.To study the plant specimen and identification with reasons : Bacteria, Oscillatoria, Spirogyra, Rhizopus, Mushroom, Yeast, Liverwort, Moss, Fern, Pine, One Monocotyledonous plant, One dicotyledonous plant and one  Lichen.   
 3.Study of animal specimens 1. Amoeba 2. Hydra 3.Fasciola Hepatica (Liver fluke) 4. Ascaris Lumbricoides 5. Hirudinaria Granulosa 6. Pheretima Posthuma 7. Palaemon  8. Bombyx Mori 9. Apis Indica (Honeybee)10. Pila Globasa (Snail) 11. Asterias (Starfish) 12. Scoliodon (Dogfish/Shark) 13.Labeo Rohita (Rohu) 14. Rana Tigrina (Frog) 15. Hemidactylus (Lizard) 16. Columba Livia (Pigeon) 17. Orytolagus Cuniculus(Rabbit)

4A.To study the plant tissues—Palisade cells, Guard cells, Parenchyma, Collenchyma, Sclerenchyma, Xylem and Phloem through prepared slide. 
4B.To study the animal tissue squamous epithelium, muscles fibres through prepared slide.    
4C.To study mammalian blood smear by temporary/permanent slide.  
5.Study of mitosis in root tip of onion.    
6.Study of different modification in root, stem and leaves.     
7.To study and identify different types of inflorescence (Racemose and Cymose).    
8.To study imbition in seed/raisins.    
9. To demonstrate that anaerobic respiration take place in the absence of air.         
10.To study human skeleton and joints.

Book Details
  • Author/Authors : Dr. Sunita Bhagia, Er. Meera Goyal
  • Class : 11
  • Page No. : 164
  • Year : 2024
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