GCSE Biology AQA (8461) - Higher

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4.1 Cell biology
4.1.1 Cell structure
Cell specialisation and microscopy
4.1.1 Exam questions
4.1.3 Transport in cells
4.2 Organisation
4.2.2 Animal tissues, organs and organ systems
Non-communicable diseases, health and cancer
4.2.2 Exam questions
4.2.3 Plant tissues, organs and systems
4.3 Infection and response
4.3.1 Communicable diseases
Human defence systems and treatments
4.3.1 Exam questions
4.3.2 Monoclonal antibodies
4.4 Bioenergetics
4.4.1 Photosynthesis
4.5 Homeostasis and response
4.5.1-2 Homeostasis/The human nervous system
Homeostasis, nervous system, brain and eyes
4.5.3 Hormonal coordination in humans
Endocrine system, glucose, water and nitrogen
Hormones in human reproduction
4.5.3 Exam questions
4.5.4 Plant hormones
4.6 Inheritance, variation and evolution
4.6.1 Reproduction
Meiosis, sexual and asexual reproduction
4.6.1 Exam questions
4.6.2 Variation and evolution
4.6.3-4 Development of genetics/Classification
Evolution, speciation and classification
4.7 Ecology
4.7.1 Adaptations, interdependence and competition
Adaptations, interdependence and competition
4.7.2-3 Ecosystem organisation/Biodiversity
4.7.4-5 Trophic levels/Food production


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