10th-class-exams-biological-science-B.S-online-bits-chapter-wise

10th-class-exams-biological-science-B.S-online-bits-chapter-wise

 PREPARED BY P.MALLIKARJUNARAO. S.A(P.S) GUNTUR

  1. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE Nutrition TEST-1 (E.M)

  2. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ONLINE TEST-2 . RESPIRATION

  3. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ONLINE TEST-3, TRANSPORTATION

  4. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-4 . EXCRETION

  5. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-5, CO-ORDINATION

  6. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-6 REPRODUCTION

  7. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-7 Coordination in Life process

  8. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-8, Heredity

  9. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-9, Our Environment

  10. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-10, NATURAL RESOURCES

  11. 10th CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEST-11, ENIVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

  12. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 1. NUTRITION PART-1

  13. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 1. NUTRITION PART-2

  14. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 2. RESPIRATION

  15. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 3. TRANSPORTATION

  16. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 4. EXCERATION – THE WASTAGE DISPOSING SYSTEM

  17. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 5. CO-ORDINATON THE LINKING SYSTEM

  18. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 6. REPRODUCTION – THE GENERATING SYSTEM

  19. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 7. COORDINATION IN LIFE PROCESS

  20. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 8. HEREDITY – FROM PARENT TO PROGENY

  21. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 9. OUR ENVIRONMENT – OUR CONCERN

  22. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGY 10. NATURAL RESOURCES

  23. 10TH CLASS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ONLINE TEST

BioLogical Science     

      1. Nutrition             . . పోషణ.

      2. Respiration

      3. Transportation

      4. Excretory System 

      5. Co-ordination

     6. Reproduction – –

Click Here-Bio Science (TM) Test -1

Day-1 Nutrition
Click Here to Start  Online Test – 1 Nutrition

Day-2 Respiration 
Click Here to Start Online Test – 2  Respiration

Day-3 Transportation
Click Here to Start Online Test – 3 Transportation

Day-4 Excretion
Click Here to Start Online Test – 4  Excretion

Day-5 Coordination
Click Here to Start Online Test – 5 Coordination

Day-6 Reproduction
Click Here to Start Online Test – 6 Reproduction

Day-7 Coordination in Life Processes
Click Here to Start Online Test – 7 Coordination in Life Processes

Day-8 Heredity
Click Here to Start Online Test – 8 Heredity

Day-9 Our Environment

Click Here to Start Online Test – 9 Our Environment

IIIT Biology Online Test (Practice Papers)

Chapter-1 Nutrition (పోషణ) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-2 Respiration aq (శ్వాసక్రియ) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-3 Transpotation (ప్రసరణ) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-4 Excreation (విసర్జన) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-5 Cordinatation (నియంత్రణ సమన్వయం) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-6 Reproduction (ప్రత్యుత్పత్తి ) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-7 Cordination and Life process(జీవక్రియలలో సమన్వయం) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-8 Heridity (అనువంశికత ) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-9 Our Environment (మన పర్యావరణం- మన బాధ్యత) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)
Chapter-10 Natural Resources (సహజ వనరులు) Click Here (TM) Click Here (EM)

10TH BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE NUTRITION ONLINE BITS PART-1

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10TH BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE NUTRITION ONLINE BITS PART-2

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RESPIRATION SYSTEM ONLINE BITS

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TRANSPORTATION ONLINE BITS

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Excretion 

Excretion is a process in which metabolic waste is eliminated from an organism. In vertebrates this is primarily carried out by the lungs, kidneys, and skin. This is in contrast with secretion, where the substance may have specific tasks after leaving the cell.

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CO ORDINATION IN LIFE PROCESS

Different life processes like digestion, respiration, excretion and circulation are inbuilt in the body at specific places to carry out their specific functions in a coordinated manner. The AP Class 10 Biology Chapter 7 Coordination in life processes, discusses complexities involved in each of the processes and appreciates the wonderful integration of our life processes.

Digestive System

Every process is dependent on other processes to keep the body in a good condition. Now to understand the co-dependence of systems let us look at how the digestive system coordinates with other systems.

  • Feeling Hungry – One of the main reasons for feeling hungry is the physiology of blood circulation. When the glucose levels in the blood fall, we feel hungry. Hunger contractions occur in the stomach because of the hunger generating signals that reach the brain from the stomach due to the secretion of a hormone known as Ghrelin. Increase in ghrelin levels results in the sensation of hunger and forces us to consume food.

  • The outcome of the hunger – The food consumed is broken down into constituent substances for digestion, assimilation and energy releasing processes.The human digestive system involves both the muscular and nervous system.

  • A special nervous system exists in the gut and it consists of close to 100 billion nerves that coordinate the muscular activity, blood flow, digestion and absorption of nutrients and other activities of the food canal.

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HEREDITY

Heredity, also called inheritance or biological inheritance, is the passing on of traits from parents to their offspring; either through asexual reproduction or sexual reproduction, the offspring cells or organisms acquire the genetic information of their parents. …  The study of heredity  in biology is   genetics.

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OUR ENVIRONMENT

All organisms such as plants, animals, microorganisms and human beings as well as the physical surroundings interact with each other and maintain a balance in nature. All the interacting organisms in an area together with the non-living constituents of the environment form an ecosystem.

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NATURAL RESOURCES

On Earth, it includes sunlight, atmosphere, water, land, all minerals along with all vegetation, and animal life. Natural resources can be part of our natural heritage or protected in nature reserves. Particular areas (such as the rainforest in Fatu-Hiva) often feature biodiversity and geodiversity in their ecosystems.

These are the resources that are found in the environment and are developed without the intervention of humans. Common examples of natural …

Renewable resource: Non-renewable resource
Low cost and environment-friendly: High cost …

Sustainable in nature: Exhaustible in nature

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ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.

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