Science For Class - IX Biology Part-3 by Dr. P. S. Verma, Dr. V. K. Agarwal
We Indians are witnessing a challenging phase of renovation and implementation of revolutionary new ideas in the development and betterment of our nation. Our National Policy makers are becoming increasingly global in their attitudes, so there is a whiff of freshness in every walk of life be it Information Technology, Finance, Education, Health, Sports, Biotechnology or Agriculture. It appears as though we have awakened from a deep slumber, have recognised our worth and confidently taking forward steps towards progress and development of the India. Modern India is marching ahead with new hopes for the masses and downtroddens. Indeed science has become a channel to provide food, fabric, medicines, bioenergy, healthy environs and new lease of life to wild biota and protecting abiotic resources of the biosphere. Manoj Prasad recently reported in the Indian Express (December 3, 2010) on how a septagenarian tribal Mr. Simon Oranon saved rainwater and jungles with three dams, five ponds for year-round irrigation of crop fields and planted about 30,000 trees of sal, jackfruit, jamun and mango (to check the soil erosion). His ingenious social work has changed the lives of people in six villages of Chottanagpur (Ranchi), Jharkhand State (i.e., Bero, Hariharpur, Jamtoli, Kaxitoli, Baitoli and Bhasanda villages). The present revised and enlarged multicolour edition of our book “Science for Ninth Class (Part - 3) Biology” is based on the latest CBSE Syllabus
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Class IX student.
Table of Contents:
1. Improvements In Food Resources
2. The Fundamental Unit Of Life : Cell
4. Diversity In Living Organisms
5. Why Do We Fall Ill?
6. Natural Resources