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Heinemann Biology 2 Student Book with eBook


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*Unit 3: How do cells maintain life? * Area of study 1: How do cellular processes work? * Area of study 2: How do cells communicate? *Unit 4: How does life change and respond to challenges over time? * Area of study 1: How are species related? * Area of study 2: How do humans impact on biological processes? *Chapter 1 Biology keystones - foundation skills *1.1 The scientific method *1.2 Planning investigations *1.3 Conducting investigations *1.4 Data analysis and presentation *1.5 Reporting investigations *Chapter 2 Cells and composition of cells *2.1 Cells *2.2 Molecular composition of organisms *2.3 The plasma membrane *2.4 Movement of material across membranes *2.5 Proteins *Chapter 3 Nucleic acids, gene structure and regulation *3.1 Nucleic acids - DNA and RNA *3.2 Gene structure and gene expression *3.3 Gene regulation *Chapter 4 Enzyme regulation in biochemical pathways *4.1 Enzymes and biochemical pathways *4.2 Regulation of enzymes *Chapter 5 Energy transformation in cells *5.1 Photosynthesis *5.2 Factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis *5.3 Cellular respiration: Glycolysis *5.4 Cellular respiration: Aerobic and anaerobic respiration *5.5 Factors that affect the rate of cellular respiration * Area of study 1 review *Chapter 6 Cellular signals *6.1 Signalling molecules *6.2 Signal transduction *6.3 Apoptosis *Chapter 7 Responding to antigens *7.1 Antigens *7.2 Innate immunity *7.3 Adaptive immunity *Chapter 8 Immunity, immune malfunctions and immunotherapy *8.1 Immunity *8.2 Diseases of the immune system *8.3 Cancer immunotherarpy *Chapter 9 Changes in the genetic make up of a population *9.1 Changing allele frequencies *9.2 Processes of evolution *9.3 Selective breeding *Chapter 10 Changes in biodiversity *10.1 Significant changes in biodiversity over time *10.2 Evidence for evolution *10.3 Patterns of biological change over time *Chapter 11 Determining relatedness between species *11.1 Molecular homology *11.2 Phylogenetic trees *11.3 Developments in evolutionary biology *Chapter 12 Human changes over time *12.1 Defining humans *12.2 Patterns in hominin evolution * Area of study 1 review *Chapter 13 DNA manipulations: PCR, gel electrophoresis, DNA transformations *13.1 DNA manipulation *13.2 Bacterial transformation *Chapter 14 Biological knowledge and society *14.1 Applications of DNA technologies *14.2 Genetically modified and transgenic organisms *14.3 Strategies to deal with emerging new diseases *14.4 The use of chemical agents against pathogens and rational drug design * Area of study 2 review Download the detailed Table of Contents (838 Kb)

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