PowerPoint: Prokaryotic Cells

PowerPoint: Prokaryotic Cells

PowerPoint written for new QCAA syllabus, aimed at senior biology high school students. Covers what are prokaryotes, their classification, their structure and comparison to eukaryotic cells, their roles and importance. Includes QR codes to useful websites and summary questions with answers.
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PowerPoint: Cell Survival

PowerPoint: Cell Survival

Written for the new Year 11 QCAA Biology course, this PowerPoint recognises the requirements of all cells for survival, including energy, matter, water, nutrients and waste removal. The PowerPoint includes QR codes to scan for extension and questions with answers.
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PowerPoint: Cell Size

PowerPoint: Cell Size

Powerpoint looking at what limits cell size, considering surface area to volume ratio and diffusion rate. Introduces unicellular vs. multicellular organisms, and looks at the need for transport systems in multicellular organisms to supply cells with resources.
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Cell Membrane Structure PowerPoint

Cell Membrane Structure PowerPoint

PowerPoint on structure of cell membrane including fluid mosaic model, phospholipids, proteins and cholesterol. Aimed at senior high school biology students, introducing cell membrane.
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Animal Cell Structure and Function Worksheet (Bloom's Taxonomy)

Animal Cell Structure and Function Worksheet (Bloom's Taxonomy)

Worksheet with questions clearly organised in ascending order based on Bloom's Taxonomy. Answer sheets provided. Considers organelle structures and functions, including nucleus, RER, SER, lysosomes, Golgi apparatus, cell membrane and centrioles. Higher level questions suitable for extension.
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Cell Structure and Function Activities

Cell Structure and Function Activities

This includes a series of activities (with answers)for senior biologists to consolidate learning of cell structure and function, including: • Crossword • Cryptograms • Wordsearch • Dominoes The keywords covered in these activities are: Cell membrane, Nucleus, Nucleolus, Cytoplasm, Cytoskeleton, Mitochondria, Golgi Apparatus, Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (RER), Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum (SER), Lysosome, Cell wall, Centriole, Nuclear pore, Chloroplast, Vacuole
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PowerPoint on simple Genetics introducing key terms

PowerPoint on simple Genetics introducing key terms

PowerPoint on Genetics and Inheritance, covering: What are alleles? What is recessive and dominant? What is homozygous and heterozygous? What is genotype and phenotype? How can Punnett Squares be used to show genetic crosses and calculate possible offspring?
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Animal Cell Structure and Function - PowerPoint

Animal Cell Structure and Function - PowerPoint

PowerPoint on animal cell structure and function of organelles. Includes links to further resources and quizzes online. Organelles covered include: nucleus, nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum (RER and SER), centrosome, centriole, Golgi apparatus, cytoskeleton, mitochondria, vesicles (inlcuding lysosomes and peroxisomes), cell membrane and cytoplasm.
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Animal Cell Structure QR Code Activity

Animal Cell Structure QR Code Activity

Interactive activity aimed at Years 9-12 Biology. Package includes series of posters with QR codes which students can scan to access information to answer included worksheets, as well as teacher information and student answers. Allows use of QR scanner on phones to make lesson interactive and fun! Covers structure of animal cell and organelle functions.
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Introduction to Genetics PowerPoint

Introduction to Genetics PowerPoint

PowerPoint introducing genetics: What is basic inheritance? Who was Mendel? What are pure breeding and hybrid organisms? What are dominant and recessive traits? What patterns of inheritance are seen with simple monohybrid crosses? Core content with learning objectives, key questions and links to further online resources including lessons.
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Plant Cell Structure QR Code Activity

Plant Cell Structure QR Code Activity

Package includes series of posters with QR codes which students can scan to access information to answer included worksheets, as well as teacher information and student answers. Allows use of QR scanner on phones or mobile devices to make lesson interactive. Interactive activity aimed at Years 9-12 Biology. Includes: Nucleus, nucleolus and nuclear membrane, RER and ribosomes, SER, Golgi apparatus, Mitochondria, Chloroplasts, Starch grains, Vacuoles, Cell membrane, Cytoplasm, Cell wall
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Genetics keywords and Definitions

Genetics keywords and Definitions

Simple worksheet with answers. Students match genetics keywords to definitions (I print out sheet and get them to colour, or they can work online and drag keywords to match definitions.) Keywords included: DNA, Gene, Translation, Chromosome, Phenotype, Allele, Nucleotide, Homozygous, Transcription, Autosome, Recessive, Sex chromosome, Sex-linked genes, Heterozygous, Chromatid, Dominant, Chromatin, Centromere, Karyotype
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Genetics Problems PowerPoint

Genetics Problems PowerPoint

This PowerPoint activity is suitable for revision at the end of a senior genetics topic, or individual questions could be used during teaching of subtopics. It has questions on: Pedigree charts Monohybrid inheritance Dihybrid inheritance Mutations ABO blood groups (co-dominance) Incomplete dominance Sex-linkage Cross over frequencies
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Genetics Problems 2 PowerPoint Activity

Genetics Problems 2 PowerPoint Activity

Genetics Problems PowerPoint 2 Suitable for use as revision tool at end of genetics topic. Includes: Pedigree Charts Monohybrid and dihybrid inheritance ABO blood types Co-dominance Gene linkage and Cross-Over Frequencies Genetic Fingerprinting Aimed at senior students (Years 10-12)
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