Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for AIIMS/ NEET Biology (Kota's formula to Success)
PREPARE ASSESS IMPROVE
Assessment is the most integral part of a student’s preparation but still most of them avoid it. Assessment can only tell where you stand and how you can improve from that point. So it is very important that you take the right assessment, which is on the correct pattern, has the same level of difficulty as the actual exam and covers all the important concepts of the subject.
Disha Publication launches a first of its kind product which changed the way coaching was conducted in KOTA - the hub of Engineering and Medical Entrance education in India.
The book “Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for NEET Biology” is precise, apt and tuned to all the requirements of a JEE Main aspirant.
No matter where you PREPARE from – a coaching or NCERT books or any other textbook/ Guide - Daily Practice Problem Sheets provides you the right ASSESSMENT on each topic. Your performance provides you the right cues to IMPROVE your concepts so as to perform better in the final examination.
It is to be noted here that these are not tests but act as a checklist of student’s learning and ability to apply concepts to different problems.
It is our strong belief that if an aspirant works hard on the cues provided through each of the DPP sheets he/ she can improve his/ her learning and finally the SCORE by at least 20%.
Key Differentiating Features of the DPP Sheets:
Division of the complete NEET Biology syllabus into 60 most important Topics. Each chapter has been broken into 2 or more topics.
Time Limit, Maximum Marks, Cut-off, Qualifying Score for each DPP Sheet.
Ultimate tool for Concept Checking & Speed Building.
Collection of 1750+ Standardised MCQ’s that will of all variety of questions
Unique & innovative way of learning
Separate Booklet for Solutions.
Covers all important Concepts of each Topic
As per latest pattern & syllabus of NEET exam.
Compliant to all boards of education.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DPP 1. The Living World
DPP 2. Biological Classification: Monera/ Virus
DPP 3. Biological Classification : Protista
DPP 4. Biological Classification : Fungi
DPP 5. Biological Classification : Algae
DPP 6. Biological Classification : Bryophyta
DPP 7. Biological Classification : Pteridophyta
DPP 8. Biological Classification : Gymnosperm / Angiosperm
DPP 9. Animal Kingdom: Non-Chordata – Porifera, Coelenterata, Platyhelminthes, Nemathelminthes
DPP 10. Animal Kingdom : Non-Chordata – Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca, Echinodermata
DPP 11. Animal Kingdom: Chordata – Feature of Chordata, Pisces, Amphibia
DPP 12. Animal Kingdom: Chordata – Reptiles, Aves, Mammals
DPP 13. Morphology of Flowering Plants Part I : Root, Stem, Inflorescence
DPP 14. Morphology of Flowering Plants Part II : Flower, Seed, Fruits and their dispersal, Taxonomy of Angiospermic plants
DPP 15. Anatomy of flowering Plants-Plant Tissues
DPP 16. Anatomy of Flowering Plants Part II : Internal Structure of Root, Stem, Leaf, and Secondary growth
DPP 17. Cockroach
DPP 18. Structural Organisation in Animals: Animal Tissue
DPP 19. Cell-The Unit of life Part I : Cell wall, Plasma membrane, Protoplasm, Cytoplasm
DPP 20. Cell-The Unit of life Part II : Mitochondria, Plastids, E.R, Golgi body, Sphaerosomes, " Vacuoles, Centriole, Microtubules, Nucleus, Chromosomes
DPP 21. Biomolecules
DPP 22. Cell cycle and cell division
DPP 23. Transport in Plants Part I : membrane osmosis, Diffusion, Imbibition, Plasmolysis, Wilting, DPD, Water potential, Absorption of water, Ascent of sap
DPP 24. Transport in Plants Part II : Transpiration, Stomata, Factor affecting transpiration, Mechanism of opening and closure of stomata, Guttation
DPP 25. Mineral Nutrition Part I : Micro and Macro Nutrients
DPP 26. Mineral Nutrition Part II : Mineral absorption, Nitrogen nutrition, Special mode of nutrition
DPP 27. Photosynthesis in Higher Plants Part I : Photosynthesis experiments, photosynthetic apparatus, light reactions
DPP 28. Photosynthesis in Higher Plants Part II : Dark reaction, C4/ CAM, Photorespiration, Factors affecting Photosynthesis
DPP 29. Respiration in Plants
DPP 30. Plant Growth and Development
DPP 31. Digestion and Absorption – PART I: Digestive system/Digestive glands, Physiology of digestion
DPP 32. Digestion and Absorption - PART II : Gastrointestinal hormones/ Digestive enzymes/ Nutrition & Nutritional requirement
DPP 33. Breathing and Exchange of gases
DPP 34. Body fluids and circulation - PART I : Structure & function of heart / Blood vessel/ Blood pressure, ECG
DPP 35. Body fluids and Circulation - PART II : Blood/ Lymphatic System/ Portal System
DPP 36. Excretory products and their elimination
DPP 37. Locomotion and movement
DPP 38. Neural control and coordination Part I : Parts of nervous system, Biochemical aspect of nervous physiology
DPP 39. Neural control and coordinations Part II : Sense organs – Eye and Ear
DPP 40. Chemical coordination and integration
DPP 41. Reproduction in Plants – Asexual reproduction, Vegetative propagation, Parthenogenesis
DPP 42. Reproduction in Animals – Asexual reproduction, Parthenogenesis
DPP 43. Sexual reproduction in flowering plants – Pollination, Fertilization, Embryo, Endosperm
DPP 44. Human reproduction
DPP 45. Reproductive Health
DPP 46. Principles of inheritance and variation-Part I : Mendelism, Interaction of gene, Cytoplasmic inheritance, Linkage and Crossing over
DPP 47. Principles of inheritance and variation-Part II : Genetic variation, Sex determination, Sex-linked disorder
DPP 48. Molecular basis of inheritance
DPP 49. Evolution
DPP 50. Human health and disease
DPP 51. Strategies for enhancement in food production
DPP 52. Microbes in human welfare
DPP 53. Biotechnology – Principles and Processes
DPP 54. Biotechnology and its applications in Animals
DPP 55. Biotechnology and its applications in plants
DPP 56. Organisms and population
DPP 57. Ecosystem – Structure and function
DPP 58. Ecosystem – Ecological succession, Biome, Biosphere, Biogeochemical Cycle
DPP 59. Biodiversity and Conservation
DPP 60. Environmental Issues