FLOW CHARTS/Outlines: SCIENCE 6 (PTB) BY M. AKRAM MALIK (GOHAR PUBLICATIONS)

FLOW CHARTS SCIENCE 6 (PTB) BY M. AKRAM MALIK (GOHAR PUBLICATIONS)

 CH1 CELLUAR ORGANIZATION OF PLANTS & ANIMALS P:3-15

1 CELLS

2 MICROSCOPE

3 ANIMAL CELLS & PLANT CELLS

3.1 CELL WALL

3.2 CELL MEMBRANE

3.3 CYTOPLASM

3.4 NECLEUS

4 DIFFERENCES B/W PLANT & ANIMAL CELLS

5 UNICELLULAR & MULTICELLULAR ORGANISMS

6 CELL FORM TISSUES

6.1 SOME PLANT TISSUES

6.1.1 EPIDERMAL TISSUE

6.1.2 XYLEM TISSUE

6.1.3 PHLOEM TISSUE

6.1.4 MESOPHYLL TISSUE

6.2 SOME ANIMAL TISSUES

6.2.1 MUSCLE TISSUE

6.2.2 BONE TISSUE

6.2.3 BLOOD TISSUE

7 TISSUES FORM ORGANS

7.1 SOME PLANT ORGANS

7.1.1 LEAF

7.1.2 FLOWER

7.1.3 ROOT

7.2 SOME ANIMAL ORGANS

7.2.1 HEART

7.2.2 LUNGS

7.2.3 LIVER

8 ORAGANS FORM ORGAN SYSTEM

8.1 MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEM IN PLANTS

8.1.1 ROOT SYSTEM

8.1.2 SHOOT SYSTEM

9 MAJOR HUMAN ORGAN SYSTEMS

9.1 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

9.2 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

9.3 CIRCULATORY SYSTEM

9.4NERVOUS SYSTEM

 

CH 2 SENSE ORGANS P:16-24

1 THE EYE

1.1 CORNIAL

1.2 IRIS

1.3 LENS

1.4 RETINA

1.5 OPTIC NERVE

 

2 THE EAR

2.1 OUTER EAR

2.2 MIDDLE EAR

2.3 INNER EAR

3 THE SKIN

 

4 THE NOSE

5 THE TONGUE

 

CH:3 PHOTOSYNTHESIS & RESPIRATION P:25-33

1 INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF A LEAF

1.1 Epidermis

1.2 Mesophyll

1.3 Vascular Bundles

 

2 PHOTOSYNTHESIS

 

3 IMPORTANCE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS

 

4 EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT FACTORS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS

4.1 Light

4.2 Caron dioxide

4.3 Temperature

4.4 Water

4.5 Chlorophyll

 

5 STRUCTURE OF LEAF IS WELL SUITED TO PHOTOSYNTHESIS

6 RESPIRATION IN PLANTS

7 COMPOSITION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS & RESPIRATION

 

CH:4 ENVIRONMENT & INTERACTIONS P:34-43

1 ENVIRONMENT

1.2 Components of ENVIRONMENT

 

2 BIOTIC COMPONENTS

2.1 Producers

2.2 Consumers

2.3 Decomposers

 

3 DEPENDANCE OF ORGANISMS UPON ONE ANOTHER

3.1 For Food

3.2 For Shelter

3.3 For Protection

3.4 For Carbon dioxide

3.5 For Pollination

 

4 ABIOTIC COMPONANTS

4.1 Light

4.2 Temperature

4.3 Air

4.4 Soil

4.5 Water

5 RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ORGANISMS

5.1 Predator- Prey Relationship

5.2 Parasitism

5.3 Mutualism

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ch:5 ATOMS, MOLECULES, MIXTURES & COMPOUNDS P:44-57

1 ATOMS & MOLECULES

2 ELEMENTS

3 SOME COMMON ELEMENTS & THEIR SYMBOLS

4 CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS

4.1 Metal

4.2 Non-Metals

5 USES OF SOME COMMON ELEMENTS

5.1 Physical Properties & Uses Of Metal

5.1.1 State

5.1.2 Hardness

5.1.3 Lustrs

5.1.4 Melting & Boiling Points

5.1.5 Strength & Malleability

5.1.6 Conductivity

 

5.2 Physical Properties & Uses Of Non-Metal

6 COMPOUNDS & MIXTURES

6.1 Compounds

6.2 Mixtures

 

7 USES OF COMPOUNDS & MIXTURES

8 AIR AS A MIXTURE OF GASES

9 SEPERATING MIXTURES

9.1 Filtration

9.2 Sublimation

9.3 Distillation

9.4 Paper Chromatography

10 SAFETY IN SCIENCE

 

 

 

 

CH:6 AIR P:58-65

1 AIR AND ITS IMPORTANCE

2 COMPOSTION OF AIR

3 PROPERTIES AND USES OF GASES IN THE AIR

3.1 Nitrogen

3.1.1 Uses of Nitrogen

 

3.2 Oxygen

3.2.1 Uses of Oxygen

3.3 Carbon dioxide

3.3.1 Uses of Carbon dioxide

3.4 rare gases

3.4.1 uses of rare gases

3.5 Water Vapours

3.6 Dust Particles

Ch:7 SOLUTIONS & SUSPENSIONS P:66-76

1 SOLUTION AND ITS COMPONENTS

1.1 Types of Solutions

 

2 AQUEOUS SOLUTION

3 PARTICLE MODEL OF SOLUTION

3.1 Solid

3.2 Liquid

3.3 Gas

 

4 WATER as A UNIVERSAL SOLVENT

5 DILLUTE AND CONCENTRATED SOLUTION

6 SATURATED AND UNSATURATED SOLUTIONS

7 SOLIBILTY AND EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON SOLUBILITY

8 SOME USES OF SOLUTIONS

9 SUSPENSIONS AND THEIR USES

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