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    • Animal Diversity 

      Rabotovao, Laurence Joséphine (2010-12-16)
      The lessons presented in this module on animal diversity are based on the social constructivist theory of learning. Learners construct their own understanding and develop their own skills, both individually and as part ...
    • Cell Biology and Genetics 

      Twesigye, Charles K. (2010-11-18)
      We have structured the module for you into two main sections namely Cell Biology and Genetics. Section A will introduce you to cells (cell theory),the molecular and structural organizations of prokaryotic and eukaryotic ...
    • Diversity of Algae and Plants 

      Tekere, Memory Dr (2018-01-25)
      Overview In this module you will cover the diversity of algae (green, red and brown algae), lower plants (Bryophytes and Pteridophytes), and higher plants (Angiosperms and Gymnosperms), emphasizing their major divisions, ...
    • Diversity of Algae and Plants 

      Tekere, Memory (2010-11-18)
      In this module you will cover the diversity of algae (green, red and brown algae), lower plants (Bryophytes and Pteridophytes), and higher plants (Angiosperms and Gymnosperms), emphasizing their major divisions, distribution, ...
    • Ecology and Environment 

      Mworia, John Kiogora (2010-11-18)
      The module consists of 5 units, each with at least 4 learning activities. First you will be introduced to ecology by defining its various branches and terminology. You will then learn how organisms are organised into ...
    • Evolution Biology 

      Zulu, Jassiel Nyengani (2010-11-18)
      This module focuses on how evolution occurs and accounts for the abundance of life on earth. It summarises the evidence for evolution drawing examples from morphological and anatomical structures, including physiological ...
    • Microbiology and Mycology 

      Zulu, Jassiel Nyengani (2010-11-18)
      This Module is a study of organisms that can not be seen with the unaided eye unless with the help of a microscope. They are referred to as microorganisms. More commonly they are called microbes. These are bacteria, ...
    • Plant and Animal Physiology 

      Rakotondradona, Rémi (2010-12-16)
      The unit studies the structure of plant and animal cells in relation to their functions. It is important to know the the ultrastructure and the chemical properties of the cell to be able to understand this relationship. The ...