IB Study Guide: Biology: Study Guide

IB Study Guide: Biology: Study Guide

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Our bestselling IB Biology study guide has been updated to meet the needs of students taking the IB Diploma Programme Biology from 2007. It is highly illustrated and concepts are precisely and clearly described. Higher level material is clearly indicated. All option material is covered. Students can use this book not only as a revision and practice guide for the exam but for learning and reinforcing concepts throughout the course. New edition available now - ISBN 978-0-19-838994-1
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 209 x 296 x 11mm | 565g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • charts and diagrams
  • 0199151431
  • 9780199151431
  • 57,585

Table of contents

1. Statistical analysis (IB Topic 1); 2. Cells (IB Topic 2); 3. The chemistry of life (IB Topic 3); 4. Genetics (IB Topic 4); 5. Ecology and evolution (IB Topic 5); 6. Human health and physiology (IB Topic 6); 7. Nucleic acids and proteins (IB Topic 7); 8. Cell respiration and photosynthesis (IB Topic 8); 9. Plant science (IB Topic 9); 10. Genetics (IB Topic 10); 11. Human health and physiology (IB Topic 11); 12. Human nutrition and health (IB Option A); 13. Physiology of exercise (IB Option B); 14. Cells and energy (IB Option C); 15. Evolution (IB Option D); 16. Neurobiology and behaviour (IB Option E); 17. Microbes and biotechnology (IB Option F); 18. Ecology and conservation (IB Option G); 19. Further human physiology (IB Option H); Guidance for students working on internal assessment; Guidance for students working on extended essays in biology; Guidance for students preparing for final exams; Answers to questions; Index to assessment statements; Index
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It's ideal for the SL syllabus, but for the HL students, this only gives a basic outline of everything you need. Being a review guide though, it is quite successful in covering most aspects. I would recommend the HL students to use another textbook to fill in the gaps and details that you would need for the IB exam (such as actual neurotransmitter names and enzymes)show more
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