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AS Biology overview

overview of AS OCR biology course
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Samantha Hughes

on 12 July 2011

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Transcript of AS Biology overview

Cells, Exchange and Transport Microscopes Cell Structures Membranes Cell Signals New Cells Cell specialisation What is the cell cycle? Mitosis Meiosis What are the organelles? What do they do? Structure and function The fluid mosiac model Crossing membranes Specialised cells organising the organism Cooperation between cells How do we know about cells? Magnification Types of microscope Transport in Animals Transport in plants Blood Lungs Xylem Phloem Transpiration Heart Lungs as exchange organs Tissues in the lungs Measuring lung capacity The mammalian heart The cardiac cycle Control of the cardiac cycle Blood vessels Body fluids Carrying oxygen Carrying carbon dioxide Xylem and phloem Water and plants Water uptake and movement Translocation-the movement of sugars Transpiration Reducing water loss Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 AS Biology Molecules, Biodiversity,
Food and Health Carbohydrates Proteins Lipids Water DNA Enzymes Biological molecules Simple sugars Energy stores Structural Amino Acids Protein structure Proteins in action Lipid's aren't polymers Essential oils Information storage Reading the instructions Enzymes - Globular proteins Enzymes at work Interfering with enzymes Investigating enzymes Enzymes and metabolism Biodiversity and Evolution Sampling plants and animals Measuring biodiversity Classification Naming living things Variation Adaptation Natural selection Evolution Conservation Food and Health Nutrition Disease Smoking Coronary heart disease Food production microorganisms and food Organisms that cause disease non-specific response to disease Importance of cirtain diseases Specific immune response Vaccination Effects of Smoking Nicotine & Carbon Monoxide Cardiovascular disease Linking smoking and disease Practical Work Qualitative Quantitative Evaluative Cells
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