Cambridge Biology IGCSE Revision Guide

Cambridge Biology IGCSE Revision Guide

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Fully endorsed by Cambridge, this revision guide will provide revision material which is presented in a clear, concise, but not too condensed format, appropriate for international students aged 14-16. They may be used for study and homework throughout the year but are predominantly intended as a student revision purchase. Suitable for all students, it will stretch those of a lower ability while challenging and providing a wealth of exam practice for students of higher ability. We provide everything needed to ensure exam success including questions and answers, revision and assessment advice. Vocabulary-based activities such as crossword puzzles will be included to support students whose first language is not English.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 210 x 296 x 10mm | 439.98g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0199152659
  • 9780199152650
  • 60,329

Table of contents

1. Four steps to exam success in examinations ; 2. Sample exam question answers ; 3. Design and experiment ; 4. Dealing with data ; 5. Graphical representation ; 6. The variety of life ; 7. Viruses, bacteria and fungi ; 8. Cells, tissues and organs ; 9. Movement of molecules in and out of cells ; 10. Biological molecules and food tests ; 11. Enzymes control biological processes ; 12. Food and diet in humans ; 13. Digestion and absorption ; 14. Useful microbes ; 15. Photosynthesis and plant nutrition ; 16. Plant transport ; 17. Transport in animals ; 18. Defence against disease ; 19. Breathing and gaseous exchange ; 20. Respiration and the release of energy ; 21. Excretion and osmoregulation ; 22. Hormones and the endocrine system ; 23. The nervous system and coordination ; 24. The eye as a sense organ ; 25. Sensitivity and movement in plants ; 26. Human reproduction and growth ; 27. Reproduction in plants ; 28. Germination and plant growth ; 29. DNA and characteristics ; 30. Cell division and the human life cycle ; 31. Patterns of inheritance ; 32. Variation and selection ; 33. Ecology and ecosystems ; 34. The cycling of nutrients ; 35. Human impact on the environment ; 36. Framing and food production ; 37. Conservation ; Index

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