Animal Kingdom Mnemonics 3 Invertebrates: PHYLUM MOLLUSCA: Examples: Pinctada, Sepia, Octopus, Dentalium, Aplysia, Chaetopleura, Pila, Loligo.
Animal Kingdom Mnemonics 2 Invertebrates: PHYLUM ASCHELMINTHES/ NEMATODA: Examples: Ancylostoma, Wuchereria, Ascaris, Rhabditis.
Animal Kingdom Mnemonics1 Invertebrates: PHYLUM PORIFERA (SPONGES): Examples: Spongilla, Euspongia, Sycon
GENETIC DISEASES – Mnemonic Autosomal recessive diseases: SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA: gene present on the 11th chromosome. PHENYLKETONURIA: gene present on the 12th chromosome. THALASSEMIA: α-thalassemia gene is present on 16th chromosome while β-thalassemia gene is present on the 11th chromosome. ALKAPTONURIA: the gene is present on the 3rd chromosome. CYSTIC FIBROSIS: …
A trick to learn examples of Solanaceae: Food: Tomato, Brinjal, Potato. Spices: Chilli. Medicinal: Belladonna, Ashwagandha. Fumigatory: Tobacco. Ornamental: Petunia.
A trick to learn examples of Liliaceae: Ornamental: Tulip, Gloriosa. Medicinal: Aloe Vegetables: Asparagus, Onion, Garlic. Colchicine (Colchicum autumnale)
A trick to learn examples of Fabaceae: Examples: Pulses (Gram, Arhar, Sem, Moong), Soybean. Edible oil: Soybean, Groundnut. Dye: Indigofera. Fibres: Sunhemp. Fodder: Sesbania, Trifolium Ornamentals: Lupin, Sweetpea. Medicinal: Muliathi
Clotting factors: The clotting factors are a group of chemicals in the blood which is responsible for the formation of blood clot. Clotting factors are usually inactive but once there is an injury to the wall of the blood vessel, they get activated. The function of clotting factors is to …
Stem modifications: Food & suits of runners, stolen by ten thousand cunning people. Food (tuber, rhizome, corm, bulb) Sucker Offset Runner Stolon Tendril Thorn Cladode Phylloclade
Cranial nerves Mnemonics: Oh, Once one take the anatomy final, very good vacations are heavenly. Old Oliver once traveled to Africa for very good vacations and holidays. 12 Pairs of cranial nerves (CN): CN (I). Olfactory: Sensory: sense of smell. CN (II). Optic: Sensory: sight. CN (III). Oculomotor: Motor: eye movement. CN (IV). Trochlear: Motor: eye movement. CN (V). Trigeminal: Both: sensation in …