Biology is the natural science that studies life and living organisms, including their physical structure,
chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development and evolution.
Biology looks at how animals and other organisms behave and work, and what they are like.
Biology also studies how organisms react with each other and the environment.
1. Nutrition in Plants
Questions: How do plants get their food?
Key Concepts: Autotrophic and
heterotrophic nutrition; parasites, saprophytes;
2. Nutrition in Animals
Questions: How do plants and animals
utilise their food?
Key Concepts: Types of nutrition,
nutrition in amoeba and human beings, Digestive system –
human, ruminants; types of teeth; link with transport
Questions: How is soil formed? Are all
soils similar? Can we make a pot with sand? Is soil
similar when you dig into the ground? What happens to
water when it falls on the cemented/ bare ground?
Key Concepts: Climate, soil types, soil
profile, absorption of water in soil, suitability for
4. Weather, Climate and Adaptations
Questions: What is weather? What is
Climate? Adaptation of different animals
Key Concepts: Adapatations
5. Respiration in Organisms
Questions: Why do we/animals breathe? Do
plants also breathe? Do they also respire? How do
plants/ animals live in water?
Key Concepts: Respiration in plants and
6. Transportation in Plants and Animals
Questions: How does water move in
plants? How is food transported in plants? Why do
animals drink water? Why do we sweat? Why and how is
there blood in all parts of the body? Why is blood red?
Do all animals have blood? What is there in urine?
Key Concepts: Herbs, shrubs, trees;
Transport of food and water in plants; circulatory and
excretion system in animals.
7. Reproduction In Plants
Questions: Why are some plant parts like
potato, onion swollen – are they of any use to the
plants? What is the function of flowers? How are fruits
and seeds formed? How are they dispersed?
Key Concepts: Vegetative, asexual and
sexual reproduction in plants, pollination - cross, self
pollination; pollinators, fertilisation, fruit, seed.
Questions: Where and how do you get
water for your domestic needs? Is it enough? Is there
enough water for agricultural needs? What happens to
plants when there is not enough water for plants? Where
does a plant go when it dies?
Key Concepts: Water exists in various
forms in nature. Scarcity of water and its effect on
Questions: What are the products we get
from forests? Do other animals also benefit from
forests? What will happen if forests disappear?
Key Concepts: Interdependence of plants
and animals in forests. Forests contribute to
purification of air and water.
9. Waste Water Story
Questions: Where does dirty water from
your house go? Have you seen a drain? Does the water
stand in it sometimes? Does this have any harmful
Key Concepts: Sewage; need for
drainage/sewer systems that are closed.
Our team at your doorstep
Descriptive demo of our software
Our team will help you to choose course
Free trial and home Demo
Request a call back
I stood 1st in Inter School Bio Quiz. #ScoreKaroPotentialSeZayda