Complete Biology for Cambridge Lower Secondary 1
$28.74

Complete Biology for Cambridge Lower Secondary 1

By Pam Large
US$ 28.74
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Book Description

This engaging course incorporates crucial challenge material right from the start, enabling students to confidently leap into Cambridge IGCSE® Science study with a solid foundation in Biology. It is the best preparation for our bestselling Complete Science for Cambridge IGCSE course, facilitating seamless progression from Cambridge Secondary 1 Stage 9 right into Complete Biology for Cambridge IGCSE. Complete Biology for Cambridge Secondary 1 covers all three
years of Cambridge Secondary 1 Biology in the same book, flowing smoothly from one stage to the next. Regular revision and extension exercises will help consolidate learning and then stretch and challenge students to reach the next level. Plus, it's fully matched to the Cambridge syllabus, so you know it's
comprehensive.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • 1 Plants
    • 1.1 Leaves, stems, and roots
    • 1.2 Questions, evidence, and explanations
    • 1.3 Review
  • 2 Humans
    • 2.1 The human skeleton
    • 2.2 Muscles and movement
    • 2.3 Organ systems
    • 2.4 The circulatory system
    • 2.5 Studying the human body
    • 2.6 Extending lives
    • 2.7 Review
  • 3 Cells and organisms
    • 3.1 The characteristics of living things
    • 3.2 Microbes
    • 3.3 Louis Pasteur
    • 3.4 Testing predictions
    • 3.5 Useful micro-organisms
    • 3.6 Planning investigations
    • 3.7 Harmful micro-organisms
    • 3.8 Plant and animal cells
    • 3.9 Specialised cells
    • 3.10 Nerves
    • 3.11 Tissues and organs
    • 3.12 Review
  • 4 Living things in their environment
    • 4.1 Habitats
    • 4.2 Food chains
    • 4.3 Feeding ourselves
    • 4.4 Changing the planet
    • 4.5 Preventing extinction
    • 4.6 Obtaining energy
    • 4.7 Growing fuels
    • 4.8 Review
  • 5 Variation and Classification
    • 5.1 Variation
    • 5.2 Causes of variation
    • 5.3 Species
    • 5.4 Classification
    • 5.5 Vertebrates
    • 5.6 Classification of plants
    • 5.7 Review
  • 6 Plants
    • 6.1 Why we need plants
    • 6.2 Asking scientific questions
    • 6.3 Water and minerals
    • 6.4 Review
  • 7 Diet
    • 7.1 Food
    • 7.2 Managing variables
    • 7.3 A balanced diet
    • 7.4 Deficiencies
    • 7.5 Choosing foods
    • 7.6 Review
  • 8 Digestion
    • 8.1 The digestive system
    • 8.2 Enzymes
    • 8.3 Using enzymes
    • 8.4 Review
  • 9 Circulation
    • 9.1 Blood
    • 9.2 Anaemia
    • 9.3 The circulatory system
    • 9.4 Identifying trends
    • 9.5 Diet and fitness
    • 9.6 Review
  • 10 Repiration and Breathing
    • 10.1 Lungs
    • 10.2 Respiration and gas exchange
    • 10.3 Anaerobic respiration
    • 10.4 Smoking and lung damage
    • 10.5 Communicating findings
    • 10.6 Review
  • 11 Reproduction and fetal development
    • 11.1 Reproduction
    • 11.2 Fetal development
    • 11.3 Twins
    • 11.4 Adolescence
    • 11.5 Review
  • 12 Drugs and disease
    • 12.1 Drugs
    • 12.2 Disease
    • 12.3 Defence against disease
    • 12.4 Boosting your immunity
    • 12.5 Review
  • 13 Plants
    • 13.1 Photosynthesis
    • 13.2 Preliminary tests
    • 13.3 Plant growth
    • 13.4 Phytoextraction
    • 13.5 Flowers
    • 13.6 Seed dispersal
    • 13.7 Review
  • 14 Adaptation and survival
    • 14.1 Adaptation
    • 14.2 Extreme adaptations
    • 14.3 Survival
    • 14.4 Sampling techniques
    • 14.5 Studying the natural world
    • 14.6 Review
  • 15 Energy Flow
    • 15.1 Food webs
    • 15.2 Energy flow
    • 15.3 Decomposers
    • 15.4 Changing populations
    • 15.5 Facing extinction
    • 15.6 Maintaining biodiversity
    • 15.7 Review
  • 16 Human Influences
    • 16.1 Air pollution
    • 16.2 How scientists work
    • 16.3 Water pollution
    • 16.4 Saving rainforests
    • 16.5 Review
  • 17 Variation and Classification
    • 17.1 Using keys
    • 17.2 What makes us different?
    • 17.3 Chromosomes
    • 17.4 Investigating inheritance
    • 17.5 Selective breeding
    • 17.6 Developing a theory
    • 17.7 Darwin’s theory of evolution
    • 17.8 Moving genes
    • 17.9 Using genes
    • 17.10 Review
  • Reference
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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