This category contains Biology form 2 notes as aggregated from the various high school approved text books, including KLB,etc. It covers the entire Biology form 2 syllabus, for the preparation of national and local exams.
Transport in Plants | Internal Structure of Roots and Root Hairs | The Stem | Transpiration | Structure and Function of Xylem | Translocation of Organic Compounds | Transport in Animals | Mammalian Circulatory System | Structure and Function of Blood | Immune Responses Introduction |Transport in Plants| Internal Structure of Roots and Root Hairs |Internal structure of a Root Hair Cell |The Stem| Absorption of Water and Mineral Salts |Transpiration |Structure and Function of Xylem| Forces Involved in Transportation of Water and Mineral Salts |Importance of Transpiration| Factors Affecting Transpiration |Translocation of Organic Compounds | Phloem |Transport in Animals | The Circulatory System | Transport in Insects |Mammalian Circulatory System |Structure and Function of the Heart |Pumping Mechanism of the Heart | Structure and Function of Arteries, Capillaries and Veins |Diseases and Defects of Circulatory System |Structure and Function of Blood Composition of Blood |ABO Blood Groups | Blood Transfusion Lymphatic System |Immune Responses |Types of Immunity |Importance of Vaccination |Allergic Reactions |
Meaning and Significance of Respiration | Tissue Respiration | Mitochondrion Structure and Function | Aerobic Respiration | Anaerobic Respiration | Substrates for Respiration Meaning and Significance of Respiration | Tissue Respiration | Mitochondrion Structure and Function | Aerobic Respiration | Anaerobic Respiration |Practical Activities | Comparison | Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration | Comparison | Between Energy Output in Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration |Substrates for Respiration |Application of Anaerobic |Respiration in Industry and at Home |
Necessity for Gaseous Exchange in Living Organisms | Gaseous Exchange in Plants | Structure of Guard Cells | Gaseous Exchange in Animals | Diseases of the Respiratory System | Practical Activities Necessity for Gaseous Exchange in Living Organisms |Gaseous Exchange in Plants | Structure of Guard Cells |Mechanism of Opening and Closing of Stomata |Process of Gaseous Exchange in Root, Stem and Leaves of Aquatic and Terrestrial Plants |Gaseous Exchange Through Stems |Gaseous Exchange in Roots |Gaseous Exchange in Animals |Types and Characteristics of Respiratory Surfaces |Characteristics of Respiratory Surfaces |Gaseous Exchange in Amoeba |Gaseous Exchange in Insects |Gaseous Exchange in Bony Fish (e.g, Tilapia)|Gaseous Exchange in Amphibians - Frog |Gaseous Exchange in a Mammal -Human |Dissection of a Small Mammal (Rabbit) to Show Respiratory Organs |Diseases of the Respiratory System |Practical Activities |
Excretion | Egestion | Secretion | Homeostasis | Excretion in Plants | Excretory Products in Animals | Homeostasis | The Skin and Temperature Regulation | The Skin and Osmoregulation | The Kidney and Osmoregulation | The Liver