BIO 102: General Biology II



Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lectures, students should be able to:
1. list the characteristics, methods of identification and classification of Viruses, bacteria and
2. state the unique characteristics of plant and animal kingdoms;
3. describe ecological adaptations in the plant and animal kingdoms;
4. explain nutrition, respiration, excretion and reproduction in plants and animals; and
5. describe growth and development in plants and animals.

Course Contents
Basic characteristics, identification and classification of viruses, bacteria and fungi.
A generalized survey of the plant and animal kingdoms based mainly on the study of similarities
and differences in the external features. Ecological adaptations. Briefs on physiology to include
nutrition, respiration, circulatory systems, excretion, reproduction, growth and development.