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Food tests explained for A level biology

Food tests explained for A level biology

Simple set of PowerPoint slides explaining the biochemistry of food tests for reducing (and non-reducing) sugars (Benedict's test), iodine test for starch, Biuret test for proteins and emulsion test for lipids. Includes stretch and challenge discussion questions and a quick activity to extend these tests from qualitative to quantitative.

By DrBhavsar

Activate 1 KS3 Biology Chapter 1 Cells

Activate 1 KS3 Biology Chapter 1 Cells

All lessons included for KS3 chapter 1 cells which includes the following lessons: 1.) Observing cells : microscopes 2.) Animal cells 3.) Specialised cells 4.) Movement of substances 5.) Unicellular organisms Each lesson is an entire lesson with differentiated activities, assessment opportunities and practical activities. All resources are included.

By danniw12345

Activate 1 KS3 SOW Biology cells specialised cells

Activate 1 KS3 SOW Biology cells specialised cells

A whole lesson based on the KS3 Activate 1 SOW for chapter 1 biology. Differentiated resources are included with circus information sheets for specialised cells. Opportunities for discussion and frequent progress checks are easily used within the lesson.

By danniw12345