Complete Biology

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Cornelsen, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 320 pages
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Ron Pickering is a highly experienced teacher with many years' experience of maintaining students' interest in biology. Known for his informative, motivating style and straightforward explanations he maintains the same high level of interest and accessibility in this new book. The content of Complete Biology has been drawn from an analysis of all syllabuses with added material to ensure a match for IGCSE. The content is sufficient to stretch your students aiming for the top grades without sacrificing ease of understanding. Double-page spreads increase accessibility Questions on every spread for students to check their understanding, and learning objectives at the beginning to quickly identify relevant pages Plenty of examination style questions set at two levels Provides an excellent foundation for students wishing to progress to A-Level Biology Allows students to appreciate the everyday importance of Biology
 

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Contents

Questions on basic principles
32
Circulation
60
m
76
Coordination and response
88
nervous system
94
Homeostasis
110
Movement
120
Reproduction
132
Sex is determined by X and Y chromosomes
208
The variety of life
224
mammals
238
and of biomass
246
166
252
ion
260
174
270
baking and brewing
302

Photosynthesis and transport
148
Fertilisation and the formation of seed
176
Questions on plant movement and reproduction
186
Biology in action
320
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