Zoology For B.Sc. Students Semester II | Paper 1 Biodiversity & Ecology - I | Paper 2 Biodiversity & Ecology - II: For Panjab University

Zoology For B.Sc. Students Semester II | Paper 1 Biodiversity & Ecology - I | Paper 2 Biodiversity & Ecology - II: For Panjab University

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  • ISBN : 9789355016942
  • Pages : 504
  • Binding : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Imprint : S Chand Publishing
  • © year : 2023
  • Size : 6.50*9.25

Price : 450.00 360.00

This textbook has been designed to meet the needs of B.Sc. Second Semester students of Zoology for the Panjab University, Chandigarh. Maintaining the traditional approach to the subject, this textbook not only provides strong conceptual understanding, but also helps in developing scientific outlook of the student. It comprehensively covers two papers, namely, Paper-I: Biodiversity & Ecology - I and Paper-II: Biodiversity & Ecology - II. The first part of the book discusses phylum Arthropoda with a detailed case study of periplaneta. Further, it explains social organization in insects and economically important insects. It also discusses the components and dynamics of ecosystem. Second part of the book provides a detail account of phylum Mollusca along with its the general introduction and case studies. Furthermore, it elucidates natural resources like renewable and nonrenewable natural resources and their conservations. This book also discusses the wildlife conservation including national park, sanctuary and IUCN red list.

  • Relevant and well-labelled diagrams have been provided for easy understanding of the concepts
  • Engaging chapter-end exercises have been provided for practice
  • Phylum Arthropoda and phylum Mollusca along with their examples have been discussed in detail

1: Arthropoda General Account
2: Periplaneta - A Detailed Case Study
3: Social Organization in Insects: Case Studies
4: Case Studies of Economically Important Insects
5: Prawn (Palaemon)
6: Life Cycle of Anopheles and Culex
7: Case Studies of Arthropods
8: Ecology and Ecosystem
9: Components and Dynamics of Ecosystem
10: Abiotic Factors: Temperature, Light and Soil
11: Biogeochemical Cycles
12: Ecological Adaptations
13: Population Ecology

14: General Introduction of Mollusca
15: Pila (Apple Snail)
16: Case Studies of Molluscs
17: General Introduction of Echinodermata
18: Asterias
19: Balanoglossus
20: Case Studies of Echinoderms
21: Intraspecific and Interspecific Interactions
22: Community Ecology: Characteristics, Niche and Succession
23: Natural Resources
24: Environmental Pollution: Causes, Impact and Conservation
25: Wildlife Conservatio


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