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Popular resources for Biology students of GCSE, AS, A Level, BTEC and Access to Science courses. From cell biology to genetics, the resources include PPT quizzes and comprehensive whole unit booklets.

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Popular resources for Biology students of GCSE, AS, A Level, BTEC and Access to Science courses. From cell biology to genetics, the resources include PPT quizzes and comprehensive whole unit booklets.
Respiration Revision for A Level Biology
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Respiration Revision for A Level Biology

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This revision handout for A Level Biology Respiration includes 23 pages which cover the following: Objectives ● To recall the stages of respiration and where each stage occurs within the cell. ● To describe the purpose of each stage of respiration and give the products of each stage. ● To explain the difference in the number of ATP molecules produced in aerobic and anaerobic respiration. 7 pages of revision on each of the stages of respiration suitable for A level. 3 pages of allocated group questions (Group 1 to focus on glycolysis, group 2 to focus on a general summary of respiration and group 3 to focus on the Electron Transport Chain ) Answers for group questions included. 6 pages of Past Paper Questions, followed by answers
KS3 Pathogens
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KS3 Pathogens

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A PPT of 13 slides covering: What is a pathogen? Types of pathogens How pathogens are spread Protection against pathogens - First line of defence
Diseases and Infections ( pathogens/microbes): BUNDLE OF 18 PPTs for BTEC/GCSE/A Level
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Diseases and Infections ( pathogens/microbes): BUNDLE OF 18 PPTs for BTEC/GCSE/A Level

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Diseases, pathogens and Infections: 19 PowerPoints for BTEC/GCSE/A Level and similar courses: 1. Disease classification 2. Different diseases and infections 3. Parasites and pathogenic bacteria 4. Diseases with environmental causes 5. Allergies and asthma 6. Degenerative diseases 7. Dietary deficiency diseases 8. Psychiatric nature of some diseases 9. Food and water contamination 10. Fungi and viruses 11. Symptoms 12. Types of symptoms 13. Transmission by indirect contact 14. Vector transmission of diseases 15. Risk factors to developming alzheimers and osteoporosis 16. Occupational therapy 17 Disease transmission - Direct contact 18. Droplet and airborne transmission
Microbes: Vector transmission of diseases
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Microbes: Vector transmission of diseases

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24 PPT slides covering: Definitions of: Parasite Ectoparasite Endoparasite Vector - A recap some common vector borne diseases - What influences the spread of vector borne diseases -The broader social impact these conditions have. - Malaria, Leishmania, Lyme disease, Chagas disease. Schistosomiasis, Toxoplasmosis , Bubonic Plague and other vector bourne disease
The respiratory system, PowerPoint with activities.
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The respiratory system, PowerPoint with activities.

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A PowerPoint containing 32 slides with fill in the gaps and labelling activities for students. Contains: Labelling of the respiratory system, diffusion, Fick's Law. cilia and goblet cells, breathing in and out and how breathing is controlled. Suitable for GCSE and A Level Biology and similar courses
Dietary deficiency diseases: Presentation and activities for GCSE, A Level & similar Biology courses
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Dietary deficiency diseases: Presentation and activities for GCSE, A Level & similar Biology courses

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Dietary deficiency diseases: Presentation and activities for GCSE, A Level & similar Biology courses. This presentation covers the 7 essential components of a diet. There are also many slides that can be used as a card sort or PowerPoint quiz which cover the foods which many vitamins and minerals are found as well as the deficiency disease which results if these are lacking. 14 types of vitamins/minerals are covered. Also covers eating disorders and BMI.
The Lymphatic System and formation of tissue fluid. 2 RESOURCES: PPT and Booklet
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The Lymphatic System and formation of tissue fluid. 2 RESOURCES: PPT and Booklet

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The Lymphatic system; suitable for GCSE, A Level, BTEC and similar courses. Contains a Booklet of 15 pages which covers: 1. This booklet includes 15 pages for students to complete including labelling of the lymphatic system, the role of tissue fluid and different blood cells, inflammation, the main components of the blood and immunity, protection against pathogens and lines of defence. 2. A PPT of 21 slides which covers: The organs of the lymphatic system and their function, including the spleen, bone marrow, tonsils and lymph nodes. How to describe the means by which fluid is lost and regained by circulatory system The formation of tissue fluid