NEET - HAND WRITTEN NOTES

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HAND WRITTEN NOTES

1. Animal Tissue

2. Biotechnology and it's Application

3. Biotechnology-Principle & Process

4. Breathing & Exchange of Gases - Final Revision

5. Cell Cycle And Cell Division

6. Cell Structure and Function

7. Chemical Coordination and Integration

8. Environmental Issues

9. Evolution

10. Excretory Product and their Elimination

11. Human Health and Disease

12. Human Reproduction

13. Molecular Basis of Inheritance

14. Neural control and coordination

15. Plant Growth and Development

16. Principles of Inheritance and Variation

17. Reproductive Health

18. Respiration in Plants

 

NOTES FROM CARRER POINT

1. Animal Diversity

2. Animal Tissues

3. Circulatory System

4. Digestive System

5. Embryology

6. Endocrine System

7. Genetics

8. Origin and Evolution of Life & Mutation

9. Plant Morphology

10. Reproductive System

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