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Science teacher Biology A level specialism with OCR focus New specification A level and GCSE resources available Exploring science KS3 resources available

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Science teacher Biology A level specialism with OCR focus New specification A level and GCSE resources available Exploring science KS3 resources available
Light dependent stage of photosynthesis A level OCR
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Light dependent stage of photosynthesis A level OCR

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Theory based lesson - content heavy. (d) the light-dependent stage of photosynthesis To include how energy from light is harvested and used to drive the production of chemicals which can be used as a source of energy for other metabolic processes (ATP and reduced NADP) with reference to electron carriers and cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation AND the role of water.
OCR A Level Photosynthesis Bundle
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OCR A Level Photosynthesis Bundle

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A level OCR New Specification Biology Photosynthesis lesson bundle. Including structure of chloroplasts, pigments, photosystems, chromatography, light dependent stage of phostosynthesis and light independent stage of photosynthesis
Factors affecting photosynthesis OCR A level
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Factors affecting photosynthesis OCR A level

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Lesson power point with hidden slides for students to complete WITH WORKSHEET showing graphs (g) (i) factors affecting photosynthesis (ii) practical investigations into factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis. To include limiting factors in photosynthesis with reference to carbon dioxide concentration, light intensity and temperature, and the implications of water stress (stomatal closure) AND the effect on the rate of photosynthesis, and on levels of GP, RuBP and TP, of changing carbon dioxide concentration, light intensity and temperature.
NEW SPEC GCSE - B1 - Prokaryotic cells
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NEW SPEC GCSE - B1 - Prokaryotic cells

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Identify plant, animal & bacterial cells and classify them as eukaryotic or prokaryotic cells. Label diagrams of bacterial cells. Describe the differences between eukaryotic & prokaryotic cells in terms of structure and size. Wellcome trust card sort activity with answers and order of magnitude