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Mrs H Biology

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Detailed Revision Sheets including higher level terminology. Students fill in the blanks using keywords to practise their recall. These sheets give an opportunity to improve students' confidence in the subject knowledge before completing more difficult exam questions. A new addition to the shop are the A Level Biology statistical work packs and my YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3ltCKkbmVc0TObHzFYcP3Q

Detailed Revision Sheets including higher level terminology. Students fill in the blanks using keywords to practise their recall. These sheets give an opportunity to improve students' confidence in the subject knowledge before completing more difficult exam questions. A new addition to the shop are the A Level Biology statistical work packs and my YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3ltCKkbmVc0TObHzFYcP3Q
A Level Kidney
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A Level Kidney

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This pack contains summary sheets, gap fill, and labelling of the main processes occurring in the nephron. Ultrafiltration, selective reabsorption, water reabsorption at the Loop of Henle and the control of ADH aquaporins and their affect on the permeability of the collecting duct. There are page numbers on the sheets and these refer to pages in the Pearson Y2 OCR Biology A book although any A level Biology text book would suffice.
AQA 9-1 Monoclonal antibodies
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AQA 9-1 Monoclonal antibodies

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A revision sheet which covers how monoclonal antibodies are made and how they are used in pregnancy tests. This is for higher level GCSE Biology. The resource also includes an answer sheet. Word and PDF.
A Level Biology Statistics Bundle
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A Level Biology Statistics Bundle

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This bundle contains detailed workpacks on; -standard deviation -the Chi- squared test (teaching how to use this statistical test with and without phenotypic ratios. -the paired and unpaired Student’s t-test -the Spearman’s rank correlation For the Chi-squared, Student’s t test (paired and unpaired) and the Spearman’s rank correlation - each pack teaches you how to work through each stage, from stating the null hypothesis, carrying out the statistical test, finding a critical value, rejecting or accepting your null hypothesis and writing a conclusion. Standard deviation - contains worked examples and questions on how to calculate it using the formula, a short cut way on how to use the STAT mode on your calculator and how to plot and interpret error bars. All packs contain answers.
Ecology - AQA Biology Paper 2 Revision Sheets on Ecology
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Ecology - AQA Biology Paper 2 Revision Sheets on Ecology

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This contains 11 revision sheets covering the majority of Topic 7 Ecology. Sheets included cover the following:- competition, abiotic and biotic factors, food chains, webs, trophic levels, pyramids of biomass, biomass transfer, efficiency calculations, farming, food security, biotechnology examples (mycoprotein, insulin production), biodiversity and waste, global warming, deforestation, maintaining ecosystems and over fishing
New GCSE Revision Sheets on Mitosis and Meiosis
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New GCSE Revision Sheets on Mitosis and Meiosis

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Aimed at 9-1 GCSE Biology. Step by step revision sheets on mitosis and meiosis. Step by step gap fill on mitosis, step by step gap fill on meiosis, a side by side comparison of both processes and a few example questions for consolidation. Answer sheets are also included.
Student's t-test - paired and unpaired
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Student's t-test - paired and unpaired

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This contains worked examples of how to carry out a paired and unpaired Student’s t tests from stating a null hypothesis, carrying out the statistic, how to find a critical value, what that means, compare the critical value with the statistical value, reject or accept the null hypothesis and write a conclusion. Questions to consolidate your understanding and answers are provided. 29 pages.
Standard Deviation - A Level Biology
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Standard Deviation - A Level Biology

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This workpack has worked examples on how to calculate standard deviation using the formula by substituting values in and a quick way to calculate it using the STAT mode on the calculator. You will also learn how to plot error bars and how to interpret them and some questions along the way to consolidate your understanding. This pack contains 14 pages.
AQA GCSE Biology Communicable Diseases
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AQA GCSE Biology Communicable Diseases

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AQA GCSE 9-1 Biology Communicable diseases - a thorough revision sheet on communicable diseases including; what pathogens are, how they make us ill, different examples of pathogens, details of the different diseases and how the spread of pathogens can be prevented.
Chi-squared test
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Chi-squared test

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This workpack will teach you the whole process from stating a null hypothesis, carrying out the statistical test, finding a critical value, rejecting or accepting the null hypothesis and writing a conclusion. There are worked examples and questions to practise with and without phenotypic ratios. Answers are also provided. This pack contains 23 pages.
Action Potentials
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Action Potentials

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Revision sheets to consolidate the uderstanding of how action potentials are generated and how they move along a neurone. These can be used alongside the Action Potentials Explained YouTube Video. Answers are included.
Topic 5 Paper 2 Homeostasis and Response
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Topic 5 Paper 2 Homeostasis and Response

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Includes a total of 24 revision sheets on the following topics:- Hormones, including the menstrual cycle, how hormones are used for fertility treatments and contraception plant hormones/auxins The homeostatic control of blood glucose concentration Thermoregulation The Nervous system, synapses, reflexes, brain and eye Kidney and excretion, nephron, osmoregulation, the consequences of not balancing water concentration, dialysis and kidney transplant.