JAMB Biology Syllabus For UTME

This post covers JAMB Biology Syllabus For UTME and all you need to know about the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) JAMB Biology Syllabus for this year.

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JAMB Biology Syllabus For UTME


  1. Population Density And Overcrowding

  2. Factors Affecting Population Sizes

  3. Ecological Succession

  4. Adaptation For Survival

  5. Symbiotic Interactions Of Plants

  6. Nutrient Cycling In Nature

  7. Energy Flow In The Ecosystem

  8. Population And Its Control

  9. Game Reserves And Natural Parks

  10. Diseases

  11. Conservation Of Natural Resources

  12. Soil

  13. Natural Habitats

  14. Local (Nigerian) Biomes

  15. Factors Affecting The Distribution Of Organisms


  1. Evidence Of Evolution

  2. Theories Of Evolution


  1. Need For Transportation

  2. Media And Processes Of Mechanism For Transportation

  3. Materials For Transportation

  4. Channels For Transportation

  5. Types And Functions Of The Skeleton

  6. Tropic, Tactic, Nastic And Sleep Movements In Plants

  7. Supporting Tissues In Animals

  8. Support And Movement

  9. The Mechanism Of Gaseous Exchange

  10. Respiratory Organs And Surfaces

  11. Respiration

  12. Anaerobic Respiration

  13. Aerobic Respiration

  14. Sexual Reproduction In Flowering Plants

  15. Reproduction In Mammals

  16. Asexual Reproduction

  17. Types Of Nutrition

  18. Plant Nutrition

  19. Modes Of Nutrition

  20. Animal Nutrition

  21. Types Of Excretory Structures

  22. Excretory Products Of Plants

  23. Excretory Mechanisms

  24. The Sense Organs

  25. Nervous Co-ordination

  26. Hormonal Control

  27. Homeostatsis

  28. Internal Structure Of A Mammal

  29. Internal Structure Of A Flowering Plant

  30. Growth


  1. Physiological Variation

  2. Morphological Variations In The Physical Appearance Of Individuals

  3. Application Of Discontinuous Variation In Crime Detection, Blood Transfusion And Determination Of Paternity

  4. Heredity


  1. Structural/functional And Behavioural Adaptations Of Organisms

  2. Structural Adaptations In Organisms

  3. Living Organisms

  4. Evolution Among The Following

  5. Behavioural Adaptations In Social Animals

  6. Adaptive Colouration And Its Functions

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