This category contains Biology form 4 notes as aggregated from the various high school approved text books, including KLB,etc. It covers the entire Biology form 4 syllabus, for the preparation of national and local exams.
Variations within Plant and Animal Species | Continous and Discontinous Variation | Structure and Properties of Chromosomes | First Law of Heredity | Monohybrid Inheritance | Mutations | Mutagens | Mitosis and Meiosis |Introduction |Variations within Plant and Animal Species | Variation | Continous and Discontinous Variation Structure and Properties of Chromosomes | Number of Chromosomes | Chromosome Structure | Properties of Chromosomes | Structure of DNA | Components of DNA | First Law of Heredity | Monohybrid Inheritance | Mendel's Procedure | Terms used in Genetics | Use of Symbols | Test | Cross or Back Cross | Complete Dominance | Incomplete Dominance |Inheritance of ABO blood groups in humans |The ABO Blood group System |Sex Determination in Humans | Linkage|Mutations |Types of Mutations| Mutagens | Causes and Consequences of Chromosomal Mutations | Gene Mutations |Genetically Inherited Disorders in Humans | Practical Applications of Genetics | Practical Activities | To demonstrate Contionous variations - Height of Students | Discontinous Variations - Ability to Roll Tongue |Demonstration of Mitosis and Meiosis
Meaning of Evolution and Current Concepts | The Origin of Life | Special Creation | Chemical Evolution | Mechanism of Evolution | Lamark's theory | Evolution by Natural Selection | Comparison of Vertebrate Limbs | Comparison of wings of bird and insect | Education Tour to Archeological Site/Local Museum
Irritability | Stimuli | Response | Co-ordination | Reception | Irritability in Plants | Tropisms | Reception, Responses and Coordination in Animals | Receptors | Effectors | The Nervous System | Simple And Conditioned Reflex Actions | The Role of Endocrine System in Human Beings | Comparison between Endocrine and Nervous System | Structure and Function of Parts of the Human Eye | Structure and Functions of Parts of the Human Ear |Practical Activities |To Investigate Tactic Responses |To Investigate Tropisms in Plants |Experiment to Determine Distance of the Blind Spot |The Knee Jerk Experiment |
Necessity for Movement and Support in Plants | Tissue Distribution in Monocotyledonous and Dicotyledonous Plant | Role of Support Tissues in Young and Old Plant | Support and Movement in Animal | Necessity for Support and Movement in Animals | Types and Functions of Skeletons | Mammalian Skeleton |Practical Activities | Practical Activities | To Observe Prepared Slides of Transverse Section of Stems of Herbaceous and Woody Plants |To Observe Wilting in Young Herbaceous Plants. |To Examine the Exoskeleton in an Arthropod. |To Observe the External Features of a Finned Fish.| To Examine Bones of the Axial Skeleton of a Rabbit. | To Observe Bones of Appendicular Skeleton. |