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1. Introduction,2. Sub-divisions of Zoology,3. Biodiversity,4. Taxonomy, Biosystematics, 5. Principles of Taxonomy, 6.Molecular Taxonomy, 7.DNABarcoding,8.History of Taxonomy,9. Theories of Biological Classification, 10.Methods of Classification,11.Domains and Kingdoms,12.Taxonomy of Hierarchy,13. Species Concepts,14. ICZN ,15. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature- ICZN code,16. BinomialNomenclature,17. Dichotomous Key, 18. Invertebrates,19.Classification of Animals, 20.Classification of Animals based on Grades of Organization, 21.Classification of Animal based on Symmetry,22. Classification based on Body Cavity, 23.Metamerism,24. The Miracle of Origin and Evolution of Plants and Animals, 25. Protozoa -General Characters,26. Protozoa – Classification,27. Protozoa -MuseumSpecimens,28. Euglena,29. Volvox, 30.Trypanosoma,31.Amoeba proteus, 32. Entamoeba histolytica, 33.Elphidium (Polystomella),34.Plasmodium,36. Paramecium, 37. Suctoria, 38.Locomotion in Protozoa,39.Nutrition in Protozoa,40.Reproduction in Protozoa,41. Parasites of Protozoa, 42.Economic Importance of Protozoa,43.Osmoregulation in Protozoa,44. Porifera General Characters,45. Porifera Classification, 46. Porifera Museum Specimens,47.Olynthus,48.Ascon Sponge (Leucosolenia),49. Sycon Sponge (Scypha),50. Canal Systemin Sponges,51.Reproduction in Sponges,52. Histology of Sponges,53. Skeleton in Sponges,54.Cnidaria (Coelenterata) General Characters, 55.CnidariaClassification, 56.Cnidaria -MuseumSpecimens, 57.Hydra,58.Obelia, 59.Aurelia, 60. SeaAnemone (Metridium),61. Nematocysts, 62. PolymorphisminCoelenterata,63.Corals,64. Coral Reefs,65.Mesenteries inAnthozoa,66. Platyhelminthes General Characters, 67. PlatyhelminthesClassification,68. Platyhelminthes Museum Specimens, 69. Planaria (Dugesia),70. Liver Fluke (Fasciola hepatica), 71.TapeWorm,72. Parasitic Adaptations of Liver Fluke, 73. Parasitic Adaptations of Helminth Parasites, 74. Platyhelminth Parasites of Man and Domestic Animals, 75.Nematoda (Aschelminthes) General Characters,76.Nematoda -Classification, 77. Nematoda Museum Specimens, 78.Ascaris lumbricoides,79.Wuchereria bancrofti (Filarialworm), 80.Dracunculus medinensis (Guineaworm), 81.Ancylostoma duodenale (Hookworm),82. Enterobius vermicularis ,83. Parasitic Adaptations of Ascaris or Nematodes,84. Economic Importance of Aschelminthes,85.Annelida -General Characters, 86.Annelida Classification,87.Annelida Museum Specimens,88. Nereis,89. Earthworm- (Megascolexmouritii), 90.Earthworm-Pheretima posthuma, 91. Leech-Hirudinaria granulosa, 92. Coelom, 93.Metamerism in Annelida, 94.Adaptive Radiation in Annelida, 95.Asexual Reproduction in Polychaetes,96.Feeding in Polychaetes, 97. Excretion in Annelida,98.Vermiculture,99. Economic Importance of Annelida, 100.Arthropoda General Characters,101.Arthropoda Classification,102.Arthropoda -MuseumSpecimens,103. Penaeus -Marine Prawn ,104. Palaemon – Freshwater Prawn,105.Cockroach – Periplaneta americana,106.Grasshopper,107. Honey Bee,108. House Fly -Musca domestica,109.Mosquito,110. Termites,111. Scorpion, 112.Centipede – Scolopendra, 113.Millipede-Spirostreptus,114. Sacculina, 115.Limulus, 116. Peripatus,117.Tagmatization (Tagmatosis), 118. Larval Forms of Crustacea,119. Crustacean Parasites,120.Respiration inArthropoda,121.Excretion inArthropoda, 122.Mouthparts in Insects, 123.Insect Metamorphosis, 124.Neurosecretion in Insects, 125.Commercial Products of Insects,126. Beneficial Insects,127. Lac Insect,128. Honey Bee, 129. Silk Worm, 130. Lac Insect and Lac Culture,131. Honey Bee as a Beneficial Insect ,132. SilkWormand Sericulture,133. Economic Importance of Insects ,134. Pests and Pest Control, 135.Arthropod Vectors,136. Oryctes Rhinoceros,137. Leptocorisa,138. Control of Insects,139. Social Life in Insects,140. Social Life inAnts,141. Honey Bee as a Social Insect,142.Red Crab Migration,143. Ant Empire,144.Mollusca General Characters, 145.Mollusca -Classification,146.Mollusca-Museum Specimens, 147.Neopilina,148. Pila,149. Lamellidens,150. Sepia,151.Respiration in Mollusca,152. Foot in Mollusca,153. Torsion in Mollusca,154.Cephalopods are Advanced Molluscs,155. Economic Importance of Mollusca, 156.Oyster Culture,157. Pearl Industry, 158. Echinodermata -GeneralCharacters,159. Echinodermata -Classification,160. Echinodermata -Museum Specimens,161. Star Fish – (Asterias rubens), 162. Sea Urchin (Salmacis bicolor),163. Sea Cucumber Cucumaria elongata,164. Sea LilyAntedon rosacea, 165. T.S. of anArmof Star Fish,166. Pedicellariae,167.WaterVascular System,168. Larval Forms of Echinodermata,169.HemichordataGeneral Characters, 170.Hemichordata -Classification,171. Hemichordata -MuseumSpecimens, 172.Balanoglossus,173.Affinities of Hemichordates,174. Balanoglossus is an Invertebrate and not a Chordate – Justify,