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AQA Biology Flashcards BundleQuick View

AQA Biology Flashcards Bundle

This bundle contains all the units for biology. This is made for students who are studying biology separately. This bundle's price is 3 units for the price of 2 units!!!

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New GCSE AQA Biology Introduction to Homeostasis LessonQuick View

New GCSE AQA Biology Introduction to Homeostasis Lesson

This resource is a new lesson covering the introduction to homeostasis content in the 2016 AQA Biology specification. This resource includes 1: A power point to lead students through the lesson 2: A literacy starter activity 3: A card sort activity 4: A peer homeostasis questioning activity 5: A 6 mark plenary question Thanks for looking

By chalky1234567

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AQA New A2-Level Homeostasis Quick View

AQA New A2-Level Homeostasis

This is a whole scheme of work for the new AQA 2016 A2 level Biology specification, and includes: 1. Pupil booklet covering all worksheets. 2. Power-points for each lesson. 3. Required practical 11. 4. Lesson plans for all lessons. 5. Technicians guide for lessons. This scheme references the textbooks by Toole & Toole and Lowrie and Smith, Boardworks and biofact sheets.

By LukeGill13

AQA 2016 GCSE Biology ChecklistsQuick View

AQA 2016 GCSE Biology Checklists

Checklist for the 7 units in the new AQA GCSE biology, for first examination 2018. The "biology only" sections are clearly identified so could be removed by the double award "trilogy" students. B1 - Cell biology B2 - Organisation B3 - Infection and response B4 - Bioenergetics B5 - Homeostasis and response B6 - Inheritance, varation and evolution B7 - Ecology

By cadia1

Biology 2 (AQA) Summary SheetQuick View

Biology 2 (AQA) Summary Sheet

A double sided poster to give to pupils to aid their revision. I tell them to hang it up somewhere they will see it in the past this has included, bedroom door, toilet door, beside bath, fridge door and read a bit every time they see it. Hopefully if they repeat it, it will embed the knowledge in their brain! Or you could edit it and allow kids to fill in missing words/complete sections for themselves!

By millthorpeschool

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AQA A-level Biology (2016 specification). Section 7 Topic 17:  HomeostasisQuick View

AQA A-level Biology (2016 specification). Section 7 Topic 17: Homeostasis

Complete set of PowerPoints, bespoke student class notes, any additional resources and marks schemes for (approximately) 7 1.5 hour lessons covering Year 2 topic no. 17 Homeostasis. These resources have taken several hours to develop and are offered here for a bargain, considering the amount of work that has gone into producing them. In this bundle, the class notes, PowerPoints and all other resources are fully editable to suit your style of teaching. They make reference to, and may require students to access both the Toole & Toole and AQA A Level Biology Student Book 2 (Lowrie & Smith) for some independent study. If upon purchasing these resources, you need any support, I'll do my utmost to help.

By andrew.m.oldfield

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1.2.2 Homeostasis - An IntroductionQuick View

1.2.2 Homeostasis - An Introduction

One of over 70 interactive PowerPoint presentations (Sets 1 - 7) which together cover the core content of any GCSE or iGCSE Biology course. These presentations are coded/named to match the AQA specification. Already used in hundreds of UK and international schools. • Utilizes the benefits of the staged display of information. • Fully editable in PowerPoint (.pptx file supplied). Best on PC Windows to get the most from the integral animations and interactive activities which are in flash (swf) format. • Suitable for a single computer, network, interactive whiteboard or digital projector. • Our presentations save you hours in the preparation of high quality lessons. • For a Site/VLE licence or for details of other specifications please visit http://www.sserltd.co.uk/acatalog/B46.html Currently, the TES store for Premium Resources only allows a PowerPoint preview to consist of one content slide plus the Cover Slide and End Slide. Therefore, we have included a full set of slide images (.png files) to allow you to appreciate the full content of this presentation - you do not need to retain these images after download - just keep the .pptx file.

By RGeorge15

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Exam Qs AQA A-level Biology Year 2 - Unit 6 - stimuli & response, nervous coordination, homeostasisQuick View

Exam Qs AQA A-level Biology Year 2 - Unit 6 - stimuli & response, nervous coordination, homeostasis

These documents contain all past paper questions on Unit 6 ('organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments') of AQA A-level Biology Year 2 (new spec). Questions range from Jan 06 to June 2015. The question packs can be printed, completed and marked by using the mark schemes available on the AQA website (link for old paper mark schemes included).

By Bio_revision_OL

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End of topic tests for combined science triology - Biology paper 2Quick View

End of topic tests for combined science triology - Biology paper 2

End of topic tests for combined science triology - Biology paper 2 These can be used at the end of each unit to assess students. Throughout the year more assessments will be added. These can be accessed via the download link and you will not have to pay extra for these. These will only be sold as a set or as part of the subscription bundle. Please follow the link to our subscription bundle which includes all lesson, revision, intervention and assessment materials. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-combined-science-trilogy-subscription-2016-with-lessons-assessment-revision-and-intervention-11357385

By Scuttscience

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AQA Biology New A2 Specification Revision Diagrams for Topic 5, 6, 7 and 8 and Required PracticalsQuick View

AQA Biology New A2 Specification Revision Diagrams for Topic 5, 6, 7 and 8 and Required Practicals

Section 3.5: Energy transfers in and between organisms 3.5.1 Photosynthesis 3.5.2 Respiration 3.5.3 Energy and ecosystems 3.5.4 Nutrient cycles Section 3.6 Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments 3.6.1 Stimuli, both internal and external, are detected and lead to a response 3.6.1.1 Survival and response 3.6.1.2 Receptors 3.6.1.3 Control of heart rate 3.6.2 Nervous co-ordination 3.6.2.1 Nerve impulses 3.6.2.2 Synaptic transmission 3.6.3 Skeletal muscles are stimulated to contract by nerves and act as effectors 3.6.4 Homeostasis is the maintenance of a stable internal environment 3.6.4.1 Principles of homeostasis 3.6.4.2 Control of blood glucose concentration 3.6.4.3 Control of blood water potential Section 3.7: Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems 3.7.1 Inheritance 3.7.2 Populations 3.7.3 Evolution may lead to speciation 3.7.4 Populations in ecosystems Section 3.8 The control of gene expression 3.8.1 Alteration of the sequence of bases in DNA can alter the structure of proteins 3.8.2 Gene expression is controlled by a number of features 3.8.2.1 Most of a cell’s DNA is not translated 3.8.2.2 Regulation of transcription and translation 3.8.2.3 Gene expression and cancer 3.8.3 Using genome projects 3.8.4 Gene technologies allow the study and alteration of gene function allowing a better understanding of organism function and the design of new industrial and medical processes 3.8.4.1 Recombinant DNA technology 3.8.4.2 Differences in DNA between individuals of the same species can be exploited for identification and diagnosis of heritable conditions 3.8.4.3 Genetic fingerprinting As well as sheets on the A2 required practicals required and the techniques that they should be aware of. Similar structure to my previous AS resource https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-biology-new-as-specification-revision-diagrams-for-topic-1-2-3-and-4-and-required-practicals-11244072 All page numbers are relating to Oxford AQA Biology 2nd Edition A Level textbook by Glenn Toole and Susan Toole 2015. Diagrams are also from this source.

By Jb582

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AQA Biology Year 2 Control of Blood Glucose ConcentrationQuick View

AQA Biology Year 2 Control of Blood Glucose Concentration

A fully resourced lesson for AQA Biology Year 2 3.6.4.2 - control of blood glucose concentration. Features: - An attractive and copyright infringement free PowerPoint presentation - Starter GCSE question to assess what students remember from KS4 - Slides outlining the key concepts of this sub-topic - Activities to encourage deeper thinking and development of logic and problem solving skills - Carefully chosen exam questions to form an assessment at the end of the lesson

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A2 Biology Typical Questions and AnswersQuick View

A2 Biology Typical Questions and Answers

This resource has been developed to enable students clearly identify the key points for certain types of questions. The topics include muscles, genetics, ecology, cycles, homeostasis, nerve impulses; typical A2 biology questions. Some questions and answers are themed from AQA past papers, so students can see the patterns in the key words or phrases they need to include in their answers. There are also typical questions across the exam boards (for biology) that students struggle with, and tips on key information to look for, such as for Hardy Weinberg. I found it really useful for all ability students as it gave them access to key information required for a lot of A2 topics.

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GCE A Level Biology  Unit 5 notes for AQAQuick View

GCE A Level Biology Unit 5 notes for AQA

GCE A Level Biology notes written for the AQA specification Biology (2410). The topics covered in the revision guide are detailed here: Unit 5 3.5.1 Stimuli, both internal and external, are detected and lead to a response. 3.5.2 Coordination may be chemical or electrical in nature. 3.5.3 Skeletal muscles are stimulated to contract by nerves and act as effectors. 3.5.4 Homeostasis is the maintenance of a constant internal environment. 3.5.5 Negative feedback helps maintain an optimal internal state in the context of a dynamic equilibrium. Positive feedback also occurs. 3.5.6 The sequence of bases in DNA determines the structure of proteins, including enzymes. 3.5.7 Gene expression is controlled by a number of features. 3.5.8 Gene cloning technologies allow study and alteration of gene function in order to better understand organism function and to design new industrial and medical processes.

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B2b TestQuick View

B2b Test

AQA additional science exam style questions on inheritance, homeostasis, enzymes, foundation

By greathat

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3.3.2 Homeostasis - Temperature ControlQuick View

3.3.2 Homeostasis - Temperature Control

One of over 70 interactive PowerPoint presentations (Sets 1 - 7) which together cover the core content of any GCSE or iGCSE Biology course. These presentations are coded/named to match the AQA specification. Already used in hundreds of UK and international schools. • Utilizes the benefits of the staged display of information. • Fully editable in PowerPoint (.pptx file supplied). Best on PC Windows to get the most from the integral animations and interactive activities which are in flash (swf) format. • Suitable for a single computer, network, interactive whiteboard or digital projector. • Our presentations save you hours in the preparation of high quality lessons. • For a Site/VLE licence or for details of other specifications please visit http://www.sserltd.co.uk/acatalog/B46.html Currently, the TES store for Premium Resources only allows a PowerPoint preview to consist of one content slide plus the Cover Slide and End Slide. Therefore, we have included a full set of slide images (.png files) to allow you to appreciate the full content of this presentation - you do not need to retain these images after download - just keep the .pptx file.

By RGeorge15