Human physiology is a conceptually important topic on the NEET biology syllabus. It is the fifth unit in the class 11 NCERT textbook. Human physiology is a well-known chapter because it carries a 12 per cent weightage in the NEET exam! Furthermore, human physiology contains a number of concepts that are related to the chapters on human anatomy, genetics, and reproduction. Here in this blog, we are sharing a short glimpse of the Human Physiology NEET syllabus along with special live lectures.
Human physiology is the branch of science that studies the functionality of the human body’s organ systems. When you enter the world of human physiology, you understand and explore the complexity of the human body.
Segments of Human Physiology
This system is made up of various organs that work together to break down complex food particles into simple food particles in order to obtain the energy needed for the individual’s survival. The Human Digestive System consists of a long digestive tract/alimentary canal as well as other digestive organs such as the liver, pancreas, salivary glands, and so on.
It is a system that helps in gas exchange. It allows the person to breathe. Lungs are the primary respiratory organs in humans. This chapter gives a detailed explanation of Breathing and Exchange of Gases
Body Fluids and Circulations
It consists of the heart, blood vessels, lymph, and lymphatic system. This system aids in the circulation of blood, which contains Oxygen, Nutrients, Hormones, Blood Cells, Carbon Dioxide, and other substances.
This system is designed to remove unwanted materials from the body in order to maintain homeostasis and protect the body from damage. A pair of kidneys, a pair of ureters, a single urinary bladder, and a urethra are the most important components of the excretory system. It also includes excretory organs such as the skin, large intestine, liver, and lungs.
The Nervous System is a vital part of the animal body that coordinates both voluntary and involuntary actions. The neuron is the structural and functional unit of the Nervous System. The neuron, also known as nerve cells, is a type of cell that transmits information from one part of the body to another.
The first two special sessions are from Dr Stuti Agarawal. She will discuss the top 100 MCQs from Human Physiology for NEET. Different shortcuts and the best methods will be exclusively shared in this live class in order to boost the one-minute answering skill.
The next two sessions are from Ms Aishwarya Gurung. She discusses statement questions from the topic of Human Physiology in two video lecture sessions.
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