AQA GCSE Biology for Combined Science: Trilogy
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AQA GCSE Biology for Combined Science: Trilogy

By Sadie Garratt
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Book Description

Specifically tailored for the 2016 AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications, this third edition supports your students on their journey from Key Stage 3 and through to success in the new linear GCSE qualifications. This series helps students and teachers to monitor progress, while supporting the increased demand, maths, and new practical requirements.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Required Practicals
  • How to use this book
  • Kerboodle
  • 1 Cells and organisation
    • 1 Cell structure and transport
      • B1.1 The world of the microscope
      • B1.2 Animal and plant cells
      • B1.3 Eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
      • B1.4 Specialisation in animal cells
      • B1.5 Specialisation in plant cells
      • B1.6 Diffusion
      • B1.7 Osmosis
      • B1.8 Osmosis in plants
      • B1.9 Active transport
      • B1.10 Exchanging materials
      • B1 Cell structure and transport
    • 2 Cell division
      • B 2.1 Cell division
      • B2.2 Growth and differentiation
      • B2.3 Stem cells
      • B2.4 Stem cell dilemmas
      • B2 Cell division
    • 3 Organisation and the digestive system
      • B 3.1 Tissues and organs
      • B3.2 The human digestive system
      • B3.3 The chemistry of food
      • B3.4 Catalysts and enzymes
      • B3.5 Factors affecting enzyme action
      • B3.6 How the digestive system works
      • B3.7 Making digestion efficient
      • B3 Organisation and the digestive system
    • 4 Organising animals and plants
      • B4.1 The blood
      • B4.2 The blood vessels
      • B4.3 The heart
      • B4.4 Helping the heart
      • B4.5 Breathing and gas exchange
      • B4.6 Tissues and organs in plants
      • B4.7 Transport systems in plants
      • B4.8 Evaporation and transpiration
      • B4.9 Factors affecting transpiration
      • B4 Organising animals and plants
  • 2 Disease and bioenergetics
    • 5 Communicable diseases
      • B5.1 Health and disease
      • B5.2 Pathogens and disease
      • B5.3 Preventing infections
      • B5.4 Viral diseases
      • B5.5 Bacterial diseases
      • B5.6 Diseases caused by fungi and protists
      • B5.7 Human defence responses
      • B5 Communicable diseases
    • 6 Preventing and treating disease
      • B6.1 Vaccination
      • B6.2 Antibiotics and painkillers
      • B6.3 Discovering drugs
      • B6.4 Developing drugs
      • B6 Preventing and treating disease
    • 7 Non-communicable diseases
      • B7.1 Non-communicable diseases
      • B7.2 Cancer
      • B7.3 Smoking and the risk of disease
      • B7.4 Diet, exercise, and disease
      • B7.5 Alcohol and other carcinogens
      • B7 Non-communicable diseases
    • 8 Photosynthesis
      • B8.1 Photosynthesis
      • B8.2 The rate of photosynthesis
      • B8.3 How plants use glucose
      • B8.4 Making the most of photosynthesis
      • B8 Photosynthesis
    • 9 Respiration
      • B9.1 Aerobic respiration
      • B9.2 The response to exercise
      • B9.3 Anaerobic respiration
      • B9.4 Metabolism and the liver
      • B9 Respiration
  • 3 Biological responses
    • 10 The human nervous system
      • B10.1 Principles of homeostasis
      • B10.2 The structure and function of the human nervous system
      • B10.3 Reflex actions
      • B10 The human nervous system
    • 11 Hormonal coordination
      • 11.1 Principles of hormonal control
      • B11.2 The control of blood glucose levels
      • B11.3 Treating diabetes
      • B11.4 The role of negative feedback
      • B11.5 Human reproduction
      • B11.6 Hormones and the menstrual cycle
      • B11.7 The artificial control of fertility
      • B11.8 Infertility treatments
      • B11 Hormonal coordination
  • 4 Genetics and evolution
    • 12 Reproduction
      • B12.1 Types of reproduction
      • B12.2 Cell division in sexual reproduction
      • B12.3 DNA and the genome
      • B12.4 Inheritance in action
      • B12.5 More about genetics
      • B12.6 Inherited disorders
      • B12.7 Screening for genetic disorders
      • B12 Reproduction
    • 13 Variation and evolution
      • B13.1 Variation
      • B13.2 Evolution by natural selection
      • B13.3 Selective breeding
      • B13.4 Genetic engineering
      • B13.5 Ethics of genetic technologies
      • B13 Variation and evolution
    • 14 Genetics and evolution
      • B14.1 Evidence for evolution
      • B14.2 Fossils and extinction
      • B14.3 More about extinction
      • B14.4 Antibiotic resistant bacteria
      • B14.5 Classification
      • B14.6 New systems of classification
      • B14 Genetics and evolution
  • 5 Ecology
    • 15 Adaptations, interdependence, and competition
      • 15.1 The importance of communities
      • B15.2 Organisms in their environment
      • B15.3 Distribution and abundance
      • B15.4 Competition in animals
      • B15.5 Competition in plants
      • B15.6 Adapt and survive
      • B15.7 Adaptation in animals
      • B15.8 Adaptations in plants
      • B15 Adaptations, interdependence, and competition
    • 16 Organising an ecosystem
      • 16.1 Feeding relationships
      • B16.2 Materials cycling
      • B16.3 The carbon cycle
      • B16 Organising an ecosystem
    • 17 Biodiversity and ecosystems
      • B17.1 The human population explosion
      • B17.2 Land and water pollution
      • B17.3 Air pollution
      • B17.4 Deforestation and peatdestruction
      • B17.5 Global warming
      • B17.6 Maintaining biodiversity
      • B17 Biodiversity and ecosystems
  • Paper 1 questions
  • Paper 2 questions
  • Maths skills for Biology
    • MS2 Handling data
    • MS3 Algebra
    • MS4 Data and graphs
    • MS5 Geometry and trigonometry
    • Working Scientifically
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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