A high quality powerpoint, focusing on the topics of Osmosis and Water Potential. Interactive, with tasks, exam questions, videos and pictures, to help the learning experience. Topics covered include; - Osmosis - Water Potential - Solute Potential - Pressure Potential - Osmosis in Plant Cells - Plasmolysis - Osmosis in Animal Cells Suitable for Higher GCSE and AS Level 18 Slides - Could be split into two lessons.
High quality interactive powerpoint on cell ultrastructure. Covers the following topics; - Extracellular organelles - Membrane Organelles - Intracellular Organelles Provides identification and explanation tasks for each organelle. Includes multiple videos and exam questions. Broken down into three sections, with three separate slides of learning outcomes.
A high quality PowerPoint presentation, detailing the various types of active transport. 19 slides of interactive content, including videos, exam questions, tasks, GIFs and graphics. Topics covered include; - Active Transport - Protein Pumps - Bulk Transport - Endocytosis - Excocytosis Suitable for higher GCSE or A/AS Level Biology.
A high quality, interactive powerpoint, focusing on chromosomes. Covers function and structure of the chromosomes, and Includes videos, tasks and exam questions.
High quality powerpoint, covering cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. Over 35 slides of clear, concise and interactive content. Could be broken down into 1-2 lessons. Includes tasks, videos, graphics and animations. Suitable for 14 and up.
High quality powerpoint interactively detailing the theory of diffusion across the cell surface membrane. The following topics are covered; - Simple Diffusion - Facilitated Diffusion - Defective Channels - Factors effecting diffusion - Beetroot practical test methodology The powerpoint includes interactive resources, videos, animations and exam questions.
Includes high quality powerpoints on the following topics; - Structure and Function - Active Transport - Diffusion - Osmosis - Water Potential Over 100 slides of content, including; - Video links - Exam questions - Learning outcomes - Graphics - Interactive tasks
Biology - Biodiversity presentation, covering definitions for Biodiversity, Species, Communities, Niche, Ecosystem and Habitat, with examples. Also covers the unqiue aspects of an Ecosystem. Includes videos, tasks and exam questions. Suitable for KS4.
High quality, interactive powerpoint presentation, covering; Defining prokaryotes and eukaryotes Similarities Differences Evolution Exam questions Video Great for a single or multiple lessons.
High quality PowerPoint, focusing on the detailed structure and function of the cell membrane. The following areas are covered in detail, using interactive tasks, videos, graphics and exam questions; - Fluid Mosaic Model - Phospholipids - Glycolipids - Glycoproteins - Carbohydrates
What are the causes of Biodiversity? Cover the three specific causes, including genetic, environmental and species. Includes tasks and exam questions.
Part of the biology curriculum. A clean, clear and crisp powerpoint, discussing the relationships between different species, through homology, and various other techniques.
Part of the biology scheme of work, covering the fundamentals of taxonomy. Includes videos and exam questions.
High quality powerpoint presentation, covering investigation techniques, used in cellular biology, including; Magnification - formula, tasks and how to Resolution The impact of wavelength on magnification Light microscopes Transmission Electron Microscope Scanning Electron Microscope Centrifugation Includes videos, individual and group tasks, graphics and exam questions
Part of the ecology and biodiversity units of work, this powerpoint interactively covers; - adaptation - what is it? - types - What does good look like Clean, clear powerpoints, with tasks, exam questions and videos.
Part of the biology curriculum. This is a clean, clear and crisp powerpoint, covering the key learning themes, including the different types of selection pressures.