Unit 1 RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS 1 Relation & Function 1.1 Types of relations: Reflexive, symmetric, transitive, empty, universal and equivalence relations 1.2 “Types of functions: One to one and onto functions, inverse of a function composite functions, mentioning their properties only ” 1.3 Binary operations: associative, commutative, identity, inverse 1.4 Examples & Problems 2 Inverse Trigonometric Function 2.1 Definition, range,…

Unit 1 Reproductions 1 Chapter 1: Reproductions in organisations 1.1 Asexual Reproduction 1.1.1 Budding, binary Fission, encystation and sporulation with diagramatic explanation 1.1.2 Zoospore 1.1.3 vegetative propagation 1.2 Sexual reproduction – defintion, phaes of life cycle-juvenile, reproductive and senseences phases, oestrus and menstrual cycles 1.2.1 Events in sexual reproduction 1.2.1 Pre-fertilization Events 1.2.1.1 Gametogenesis 1.2.1.2 Grancle Transfer 1.2.2 Fertilization, types(…

Unit 1 Reproductions 1 Chapter 1: Reproductions in organisations 1.1 Asexual Reproduction 1.1.1 Budding, binary Fission, encystation and sporulation with diagramatic explanation 1.1.2 Zoospore 1.1.3 vegetative propagation 1.2 Sexual reproduction – defintion, phaes of life cycle-juvenile, reproductive and senseences phases, oestrus and menstrual cycles 1.2.1 Events in sexual reproduction 1.2.1 Pre-fertilization Events 1.2.1.1 Gametogenesis 1.2.1.2 Grancle Transfer 1.2.2 Fertilization, types(…

Unit 1 ELECTRIC CHARGES AND FIELDS 1.1 Electric charges and their properties 1.1.1 Additivity of charges, quantisation of charges and conservation of charges 1.1.2 Coulomb’s law: Statement, explanation (only in free space) and expression in vector form 1.1.3 Definition of SI unit of charge 1.1.4 Superposition principle: Statement, application to find the force between multiple charges 1.1.5 Electric field: Definition…

Unit 1: Solid State 1.1 General characteristics of solids: amorphous and crystalline solids – examples, differences 1.2 Classification of crystalline solids – based on binding forces: molecular solids – (non-polar, polar, H-bonded), ionic solids, metallic solids, covalent or network solids – examples for all 1.3 Definitions – lattice point, crystal lattice, unit cell, coordination number. 1.4 Parameters of a unit…

Unit 1: Solid State 1.1 General characteristics of solids: amorphous and crystalline solids – examples, differences 1.2 Classification of crystalline solids – based on binding forces: molecular solids – (non-polar, polar, H-bonded), ionic solids, metallic solids, covalent or network solids – examples for all 1.3 Definitions – lattice point, crystal lattice, unit cell, coordination number. 1.4 Parameters of a unit…

Unit 1 RELATIONS AND FUNCTIONS 1 Relation & Function 1.1 Types of relations: Reflexive, symmetric, transitive, empty, universal and equivalence relations 1.2 “Types of functions: One to one and onto functions, inverse of a function composite functions, mentioning their properties only ” 1.3 Binary operations: associative, commutative, identity, inverse 1.4 Examples & Problems 2 Inverse Trigonometric Function 2.1 Definition, range,…

Unit 1 ELECTRIC CHARGES AND FIELDS 1.1 Electric charges and their properties 1.1.1 Additivity of charges, quantisation of charges and conservation of charges 1.1.2 Coulomb’s law: Statement, explanation (only in free space) and expression in vector form 1.1.3 Definition of SI unit of charge 1.1.4 Superposition principle: Statement, application to find the force between multiple charges 1.1.5 Electric field: Definition…