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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.
A Level Gas Exchange & Transport in humans (lymph and circulatory), animals & plants: 9 RESOURCES
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A Level Gas Exchange & Transport in humans (lymph and circulatory), animals & plants: 9 RESOURCES

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1 and 2. Gas Exchange in humans, fish, insects and plants plus the role of haemoglobin: PPT and booklet PowerPoint of 146 slides and revision booklet of 5 pages covering: Gas Exchange in humans, fish, insects and plants. Includes different types of haemoglobin, the Bohr effect and the Oxygen dissociation curve. Looks at the difference between myoglobin and fetal haemoglobin as well as how the affinity for Oxygen differs in the RBCs of different animals compared to humans. Includes quizzes and fill in the blanks. 3. 23 Q and A Revision Cards for Gas exchange: Covers questions on gas exchange in both humans and plants. 4. Transport System Cards and Revision: Transport in plants & human circulatory & lymphatic system 45 Revision Q and A cards for A Level Biology; Transport Systems: Covering Transport in plants & human circulatory & lymphatic system 5. 4 Pages of Revision of plants: Diagrams and fill in the blanks to cover: Photosynthesis, sections of a leaf, transport in plants and translocation and the mass flow hypothesis. 6. Transport in plants, including translocation This PPT presentation includes: • A Recap of the function of the xylem and phloem • Identifying the sources and sinks of plants • Describing the process of translocation • Explaining why translocation is an energy requiring process • The pressure flow hypothesis 7. Transport Systems : The heart, blood vessels, blood cells, lymphatic system and plants This PowerPoint contains 139 slides to cover the topics below, containing student activities and a quiz. Transport Systems : The heart, blood vessels, blood cells, lymphatic system and plants Adaptations of arteries, capillaries and veins Blood cells and their functions The heart and stages of the cardiac cycle The lymphatic system Transport systems in plants Gas exchange in plants 8. The Lymphatic System and formation of tissue fluid. 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. 9. 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
Gas Exchange in humans, fish, insects and plants plus the role of haemoglobin: PPT and booklet
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Gas Exchange in humans, fish, insects and plants plus the role of haemoglobin: PPT and booklet

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Suitable for A Level Biology: PowerPoint of 146 slides and revision booklet of 5 pages covering: Gas Exchange in humans, fish, insects and plants. Includes different types of haemoglobin, the Bohr effect and the Oxygen dissociation curve. Looks at the difference between myoglobin and fetal haemoglobin as well as how the affinity for Oxygen differs in the RBCs of different animals compared to humans. Includes quizzes and fill in the blanks.
Parasites and pathogenic bacteria suitable for A Level and BTEC Biology; Presentation and activities
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Parasites and pathogenic bacteria suitable for A Level and BTEC Biology; Presentation and activities

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Parasites and pathogenic bacteria suitable for A Level and BTEC Biology; Presentation and activities. This presentation contains 49 slides covering the following: Definitions of parasitism, macroparasites and microparasites. Many slides of images and information on different pathogenic bacteria and parasites which can be used as card sorts or brainstorming for to fit the questions in the PowerPoint. Pictures of pathogens to be matched up to the diseases which they cause. Categorising helminth worms into cestodes, nematodes and trematodes. Ideas for microscope observation. Video links and questions for: Lyme disease and toxoplasmosis, Lifecycle diagrams and questions for tapeworm and other infections.
Ecology, Classification, Evolution and Adaptation - BUNDLE OF 5 RESOURCES
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Ecology, Classification, Evolution and Adaptation - BUNDLE OF 5 RESOURCES

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Contains presentations and activities covering: 1. Classification and Ecosystems This presentation includes 16 slides which cover: - The 5 biological kingdoms, - Classification - The adaptations of invertebrates, fish, amphibians and bees as pollinators 2. Evolution and speciation: Contains 84 PowerPoint slides which cover: Biodiversity: Species richness, species abundance and species diversity. Definition of a species with examples Evolution and natural selection with many examples and fill in the blanks tasks. Geographic and reproductive isolation with examples. Speciation of species of the Galapagos Islands. Alfred Wallace and the theory of Biogeography. Homologous and Analogous Structures. Evidence for evolution Effects of climate change on living organisms. 3. Taxonomy This resource gives an introduction to taxonomy including naming rules, and examples. It also provides a slide which includes examples of kingdoms, phylums, classes and orders. Includes mammal, bird and reptile orders to facilitate the completion of 9 fill in the blank taxonomy tasks for students. 4. The environment, food chains, food webs, indicator species and creating dichotomous keys. This PowerPoint presentation includes 35 slides which cover: Defining key terms Designing your own food chain Understanding the concept of food web Producing pyramids of numbers Indicator species of air and water pollution How to create dichotomous keys 5. This resource also contains a blank classification page for students to fill in the classification options with options and statements: Includes; mammals fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, echinoderms, true worms, molluscs, flatworms, jellyfish, arthropods, crustaceans, arachnids, insects, centipedes and millipedes. Best printed out on A3 Two other resources are also attached: Pictures of animals for creating a dichotomous key and pictures of British tree leaves for creating a dichotomous key.
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
Inheritance booklet
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Inheritance booklet

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Suitable for A Level Biology and similar courses: A booklet containing 19 pages including practice punnet squares covering monohybrid and dyhybrid crosses, as well as crosses for dominant and recessive disease, co-dominance and sex linked conditions including calico cats. Contains examples for haemophilia, colour blindness and co-dominance of blood groups. Also contains Chi-squared practice.