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Friday, 28 April 2017

Comic Notes - 6 Points of Crossing Over in Prophase 1 Meiosis

What's up Heeryians. Today's theme is FRIENDSHIP.


You shake hands with your friend. You exchange greetings. You leave. Now, apply them all to crossing over process in Meiosis 1!




























Sounds easy enough. Now you will look at people meeting not the same again :-)


ALL THE BEST

Saturday, 22 April 2017

KBAT Question for F4 Chapter 5: Cell Division - Cancer

Today's theme is NO SMOKING.

A quick sociology lesson:


















OK, let's go straight to KBAT question. Below is a diagram of tumor formation:
List of possible KBAT questions and the perfect answer outline:

















Now you know why people just need to stop smoking that s***.






Comic Note - 4 Important Points of Endocrine System

 It's 'docrine time!

1. Endocrine system consists of ductless glands.

2. The glands secrete hormone directly into the bloodstream.





















3. Pituitary gland is the 'boss' (master gland) because it controls the activity of other endocrine glands.





















4. Even they function differently, endocrine system is complementary to nervous system and they work together for coordination and responses in human body.
























ALL THE BEST!

Friday, 31 March 2017

Extra Biology F5 Chapter 3: Coordination & Response - Beware of Neuromyths!

In this chapter regarding brain function, sure you all hear about so-called 'brain power' and its neromyth. Here are some of the facts, and hope you all don't fall for the myths again!


The myth stated that the brain is highly active during your childhood and tends to decay as you age. Actually, your brain is developed over time and can stay active even in your old age. So, keep on reading, researching and studying!  


The myth stated that we use only 10% of your brain, hence your brain's 'potential power' is hidden. Actually, you use 100% of it at different time according to certain function such as thinking, memorizing, eating, or riding bicycle. So, your brain is already at its peak potential! All you need now is to be discipline and put more effort in your study endeavor.  




The myth assumed that we are either left-brained or right-brained, so we need to 'train' our left brain to be good in maths. Actually, brain is neither - both analytical and artistic skills are developed simultaneously. So, study maths while making online comics is totally fine and cool!

Source: OECD: Neuromyths

P/S: This justifies my reason in lifelong learning. I believe that all of us have potential with our already tip-top brain. We all have rights to keep learning until we are old because it is our birthright granted to us by the Almighty God. I just finished my Master study and now already on my way to conduct my doctoral research. Hope you all will do too, because I believe that smart people is all we need to fight against ignorance and making the world a better place for all of us and our future generations.  

Truly - Cikgu Heery 


Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Popular Question Example - Consequence of Using Too Much Fertlizer

















QUESTION: The farmer is using excessive fertilizer. Explain the occasion and consequence to the plant (5 marks).

Perfect answer outline:

















P/S: Use fertilizer accordingly and love our plant! :-)

Monday, 6 March 2017

KBAT Question for Chapter Locomotion & Support

This month most of you guys in Form 5 are studying our bony friend.




















Let's go for one important KBAT question as stated below:



















QUESTION: Study the pictures above. Based on your knowledge regarding the function of human skeletal system, 

a) explain 3 similarities between them (6 marks).
b) describe 3 differences between both structures (3 marks).
______________________________________

Perfect Answers:



I wonder if they could talk...














ALL THE BEST!

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Popular Biology Question for Transport (Chapter 1 F5) - How HIV Weakens the Immune System (5 marks)

1. Today we shall indulge ourselves into the almighty HIV which causes the much-dreaded disease of AIDS.













2. The question is mentioned above in the title, and here are the perfect score answers impeccably outlined for you guys:




























3. I know many parents and teachers are inquiring about my notes. Nevertheless, I need to focus on finishing  my postgraduate studies for the time being. I shall let you guys know if the notes are available for sale through this blog.

4. Take care, and Happy Thaipusam!