The National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) (officaial wesite www.ncert.nic.in) sets the curriculum for all schools that follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)(officaial wesite cbse.nic.in) across the nation.
NCERT solutions for class 11 Biology Chapter 1 - Diversity in The Living World has been written to help students understand all the content under Chapter 1 - Diversity in The Living World in the textbooks prescribed by NCERT and as per the syllabus.
The class 11 Biology NCERT solutions help students solve the exercises given in the textbooks and get good marks in their board exam. The book is structured in a step-by-step and logical manner, which allows the student to understand the concepts easily.
Class 11 Biology NCERT solutions for Chapter 1 - Diversity in The Living World covers Topics such as WHAT IS ‘LIVING’?, DIVERSITY IN THE LIVING WORLD, TAXONOMIC CATEGORIES, Species, Genus, Family, Order, Class, Phylum, Kingdom, TAXONOMICAL AIDS, Herbarium, Botanical Gardens, Museum, Zoological Parks and Key.
All living organisms grow. Reproduction, likewise, is a characteristic of living organisms. Another characteristic of life is metabolism. All living organisms are made of chemicals..
The number of species that are known and described range between 1.7-1.8 million. This refers to biodiversity or the number and types of organisms present on earth.
Classes comprising animals like fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds along with mammals constitute the next higher category called Phylum. All these, based on the common features like presence of notochord and dorsal hollow neural system, are included in phylum Chordata. In case of plants, classes with a few similar characters are assigned to a higher category called Division.
Taxonomic studies of various species of plants, animals and other organisms are useful in agriculture, forestry, industry and in general in knowing our bio-resources and their diversity. Herbarium Botanical Gardens Museum Zoological Parks Key