1. Introduction,2. Carbohydrates,3. Classification of Carbohydrates,4. Monosaccharides,5. Glucose,6. Fructose,7. Oligosaccharides,8. Sucrose,9. Polysaccharides,10. Glycogen,11. Proteins,12. Classification of Proteins,13. Albumins,14. Glycoproteins,15. Amino Acids,16. Essential Amino Acids,17. Non-essential Amino Acids,18. Lipids,19. Classification of Lipids,20. Fats,21. Oils,22. Waxes,23. Steroids,24. Lecithins,25. Cephalins,26. Glycolipids,27. Cholesterol,28. Prostaglandins,29. Enzymes,30. Nomenclature of Enzymes,31. Classification of Enzymes,32. Properties of Enzymes,33. Mechanism of Enzyme Action,35. Role of Enzymes in Carbohydrate Digestion,34. Digestion,36. Role of Enzymes in Protein Digestion,37. Role of Enzymes in Fat Digestion,38. Absorption,39. Absorption of Carbohydrates,40. Absorption of Proteins,41. Absorption of Lipids,42. Carbohydrate Metabolism,43. Glycogenesis,44. Glycogenolysis,45. Glycolysis,46. Krebs Cycle,47. Protein Metabolism,48. Deamination,49. Transamination,50. Urea Cycle,51. Lipid Metabolism,52. bOxidation,53. Respiratory Pigments,54. Oxygen Transport,55. CO2 Transport,56. Chloride Shift,57. Anaerobiosis,58. Respiratory Quotient,59. Heart Beat and Cardiac Cycle,60. Origin and Conduction of Heart Beat,61. Cardiac Rhythm,62. Electrocardiogram, 63. Blood Pressure,64. Heart Diseases,65. Angiogram,66. Excretion,67. Excretory Products, 68. Kidney of Man,69. Nephron,70.Urine,71. Urine Formation,72. Hair-pin Counter Current System,73. Nephritis,74. Dialysis, 75. Types of Muscles,76. Ultra Structure of Skeletal Muscle,77. Properties of Skeletal Muscles,78. Muscle Tetanus,79. Muscle Fatigue,80.Muscle Contraction,81. Neuron,82. Conduction of Nerve Impulse,83. Conduction of Impulse through Non-myelinated Neuron,84. Conduction of Impulse in Myelinated Neurons (Saltatory Conduction),85. Synapse,86. Conduction of Impulse through Synapse,87. Neuromuscular Junction,88. Neuromuscular Impulse Transmission,89. Neurotransmitters,90. Endocrine System,91. Pituitary Gland,92. Growth Hormone,93. Gigantism,94. Acromegaly,95. Dwarfism,96. Adreno Corticotropic Hormone or ACTH,97. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone or TSH,98. Follicle Stimulating Hormone or FSH,99. Luteinising Hormone (LH) or Interstitial Cell Stimulating Hormone (ICSH),100. Prolactin or Luteotropic Hormone (LTH),101. Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone (MSH),102. Vasopressin or Antidiuretic hormone (ADH),103. Oxytocin,104. Pituitary as a Master Gland,105. Thyroid gland,106. Thyroxine,107. Thyrocalcitonin,108. Tri-iodothyronine,109. Cretinism,110. Myxedema,111. Exophthalmic Goitre (Grave’s disease),112. Parathyroid Glands,113. Adrenal Gland,114. Glucocorticoids,115. Mineralocorticoids,116. Addison’s Disease,117. Cushing’s Syndrome,118. Adrenaline,119. Noradrenaline,120. Pancreas,121. Insulin,122. Diabetes,123. Diabetes Mellitus,124. Glucagon,129. Progesterone,125. Testis as an Endocrine Gland,126. Androgen,127. Ovary as an Endocrine Gland,128. Oestrogen,130. Graafian Follicle,131. Menstrual Cycle,132. Menopause,133. Pregnancy,134. Hormonal Control of Pregnancy,135. Lactation,136. Hormonal Control of Lactation,137. Parturition,138. Hormonal Control of Reproductive Cycle,University Question,