Subject - Biology

Needs of living things

Characteristics of living things
Needs of living things
Factors affecting survival: Biotic
Factors affecting survival: Abiotic
Adaptations
Animal groups

Classification of living things

Technology and knowledge
Animal, plant, fungi? - A simplified classification system
Dichotomous keys: Making and interpreting them
The five kingdoms of living things
Further classification of Kingdom Animalia: The vertebrates
Further classification of Kingdom Animalia: The invertebrates
Plant classification
Species and evolution

The Environment in Balance

Habitats and environments: Micro
Habitats and environments: Macro
Eat and be eaten: Feeding relationships
Eat and be eaten: Food chains
Ecosystems and food webs
Graphing populations in food chains
Parasites

The Changing Environment

Impact on environments: Natural
Impact on environments: Human
Introduced species: "Not in my backyard"

How Plants Function

Organisational relationships within living things
Plant cells

Food: The chemicals of life

Plant Systems A: Transport and support
Plant Systems B: Photosynthesis, nutrition and respiration
Plant Systems C: Reproduction and flowering plants

How Humans Function

Organisational relationships within living things
Animal cells

Systems, transport and exchange

Circulatory system
Respiratory system
Digestive system
Food: The chemicals of life
Support and movement system: Skeletons
Support and movement system: Muscles
Animal senses
Human senses A: Sight and sound
Human senses B: Smell, taste and touch
Nervous system
Endocrine system
Human reproduction A: The female system
Human reproduction B: The male system and contraception
Spare parts

Life Through Time

Life cycles A: General stages - Butterflies and frogs
Life cycles B: Chicks, roos and more..
Plant Systems C: Reproduction and flowering plants
Human reproduction A: The female system
Human reproduction B: The male system and contraception
Populate or perish
Too late: Extinctions
Inheritance
Species and evolution
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