Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters

Here’s a PDF file linked to all important diagrams you will need to prepare for your exams. They are all properly labelled and have been checked thoroughly by a certified Biology teacher. I thank my teacher, Mrs. S***** M*****, for the detailed examination.

Here’s a link to the PDF file for the aforementioned notes:

Biology – Important Diagrams
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Check it out! I’m sure it will help you, tons! 🙂




19 thoughts on “Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters

    • ICSE Helper says:


      Glad we could help! Ultimately though, it is your hard work, persistence, and willingness to study that pays off and allows you to score well in any exam. Good luck for your preparation and keep visiting! 🙂


  1. ANJALI says:

    Sir ur blog really very very useful ….. i want some solution to my problems mentioned… & pls try to give me solution as soon as possible… PLEASE
    first of all i would like u to tell my results of 9th std.(icse) i was in top ten of my scl.securing 74% but when it comes to my present 10th icse results it has terribly went down .i think probably the reasons are my over involving in co curricular activites… now there is only correct 1 month left for my boards (of 2015).
    in eng lang. (i am pretty good always score above 55 on 80)
    in eng lit. (i am pretty good in this too.)
    in hist.(dont ask me … i am very weak in sub. though i was very good in this when i was in 9th)
    in goeg. (very weak in topo map & map so i loose marks in this sub.)
    in phy. though i study a lot compartively i get less marks overall result is ok…
    in chem (same reason as stated for phy.)
    in bio (i am fantastic…)
    in maths i am average not so good nor too bad
    lastly in comp. good in theory in practical part iam good at every thing except itterations the loops part specially..
    PLEASE try give me solution as soon as possible time is less and precious… AND ALSO SORRY IF TROUBLING U BY WRITTING THIS BIG A COMMENT BUT WHT TO DO …. PLS HELP ME


    • ICSE Helper says:


      Thank you so much for your kind words! We really appreciate it. Due to time constraints and other top priorities regarding our own further studies, we have not been in touch with the latest ICSE syllabus for Class 10 and hence, we cannot touch upon tips for the 2016 examinations, specifically. However, you may want to take a look at one of our previous posts which guides readers on how to prepare for physics:

      Hope this helps! If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.
      Do keep visiting! 🙂


    • ICSE Helper says:


      If you leave a comment anywhere on the blog, you will receive a reply on the blog itself. Further, if you have ticked the option to “Notify me of new comments via email,” then you will also receive a notification in your inbox that we have replied to your comment so that you can check back here.

      Hope this helps. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks for visiting. 🙂


  2. DeEp says:

    thanks this blog is helping me a lot and the notes/references are really useful/helpful and are for free unlike other blogs which cost charge and the material is not much worth

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