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- Classification of Meristematic and permanent Tissue.
- Conduction of food and water in plants.
- Anatomy and Morphophological study of Flowering plants.
- The transition of Root and Stem.
- Structural analysis of Vascular tissues in plants.
- Cell culture techniques.
- Types of staining methods and their uses.
- Difference between the cell membrane composition analysis of the types of Bactria and their industrial importance.
- Importance of microorganisms in the pharmaceutical industry.
- Production of Acetic Acid and the role of microorganisms involved.
- Importance of in-situ and ex-situ conservation and protection of extinct animals.
- Parasitises and their adaptation and interdependence with plants and animals.
- Digestion and Assimilation in ruminants.
- Evolution of Five Kingdoms and its importance.
- Flora and Fauna of a Mangrove Forest.
- Lipid profile and its mechanism.
- Importance of the TCA cycle in humans.
- Enzyme regulation and metabolism.
- Structure of Amino acids and nucleotides.
- Evolution and interdependence of life with RNA molecules.
- Genomics and Proteomics.
- Gene therapy and its uses.
- Functional genomics: a forensic perspective of biology.
- DNA sequencing and Molecular Hybridization.
- Difference between active and passive transport.
- Importance of cell signalling.
- Cancer- advancement in diagnosis and treatments.
- CRISPR Cas9
- Prions- the mechanism and its importance.
- Impact of gravitation on climbers.
- The accent of sap and gravitational pull.
- Stigma and plant growth.
- Spectrophotometry and its use in defining cells.
- Microscopy and its uses.
- Risk analysis of renewable energy.
- Impact of air pollution in causing asthma and allergies.
- Waterborne diseases and their harmful effect on human beings.
- Long term effect of ozone depletion in skin cancer.
- Advantages and disadvantages of using Bioremediation as a filter for reducing pollution levels in an urban setting.
- Probability of Dementia in adolescents.
- Impact of cognitive impairments in social isolation.
- Marijuana and alcohol: a deteriorating element for teenagers.
- Memory degradation and low level of interaction among children.
- Factors affecting levels of dopamine and serotonin in adults.
- Role of the memory cell in the relapse of disease.
- Hypersensitivity: action and mechanism.
- Difference between adaptive immunity and acquired immunity.
- How can herd immunity benefit from acquiring temporary immunity?
- Different sources of Vitamin C and its importance in boosting immunity.
- Down syndrome and its symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and clinical manifestations.
- Impact of Y-linked chromosomal defect carrier to offspring.
- Gene therapy and its revolutionary impact in the 21st century.
- DNA fingerprinting- advantages and disadvantages.
- Factors affecting health and diseases through gene mutation.
- Hormonal imbalance: diseases associated with it.
- Why is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome so common these days?
- Hormones are responsible for the occurrence of depression and anxiety.
- Pregnancy: a roller-coaster ride of Hormones.
- Chronic diseases as a result of fluctuations in hormones.
- Importance of the contributions of Carl Linnaeus and its binomial nomenclature.
- Contribution of Antonie van Leuwenhoek in the evolution of microbiology.
- Stephen Jay Gould- combining biology with history.
- How did Edward Jenner change by incorporating vaccination into everyone’s life?
- Contribution of biological scientists in developing the standard of biology in the early 1700s.
- Conservation of natural resources.
- Impact of sediment concentration in air sample on human health.
- Increase of extinction in plants and animals.
- Types of pollution and ways to minimize them.
- Why is sustainability important.
- Difference between types of microscopes.
- What substance is used to make test tubes, and how is it sturdy?
- What is the importance of conical flasks and Petri dishes, and why the structure makes them unique?
- Importance of laminar airflow.
- Working and importance of Autoclave.
- Why is the lab coat so important?
- Importance of freeze drier and why is the temperature maintained so low?
- Economical importance of Refrigeration and Incubation in preserving cultures.
- Replacement of burners to microwave in microbiology laboratories.
- Light microscope versus compound microscope.
- Experiment describing osmosis and diffusion using egg and vinegar.
- Staining of bacterial cell walls using different types of microscopes.
- Plasmolysis and Turgidity.
- Isolation of plasmids using bacterial cell colony.
- Differentiation of animal and plant cells using onion cell and human cheek cell.
- Analysis of different types of bacterial colonies.
- Analysis of different types of water samples based on the coliform present.
- Difference between meristematic and permanent tissue under a microscope.
- Extraction of DNA.
- Differentiation of cork and cambium under a microscope.
- Anatomy of a Bisexual flower.
- Analysis of soil sample and the microorganisms presents depending upon its sources.
- Importance of Minimum inhibitory composition test.
- Selective versus differential staining of cells.
- How can antibiotic sensitivity be proved in a laboratory?
- Tissue culture techniques.
- Vegetative propagation and its importance in hybridization.
- How can you differentiate osmosis from diffusion by performing an experimental setup using fruits and vegetables?
- Contribution of Intra Vitro Fertilization method in developing conceiving chances.
- Detection of rhesus factor performing blood sample analysis.