AQA A-Level Biology



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THE WHOLE OF BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES VIDEO


Monomers and polymers | Video 1 | Video 2 | Quiz |


Carbohydrates | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Quiz 1 - Monosaccharides, disaccharides & polysaccharides quiz

· Quiz 2 - Glucose and their polymers quiz

· Quiz 3 - Reducing sugar tests


Lipids | Video 1 | Video 2 |

· Quiz 1 - Lipids

· Quiz 2 - Triglycerides and phospholipids


Proteins | Video 1 | Video 2

· Quiz 1 - Properties of proteins

· Quiz 2 - Amino acids, dipeptides and polypeptides

· Quiz 3 - Biuret test for proteins

· Quiz 4 - Enzyme action

· Quiz 5 - Enzyme inhibition

· Quiz 6 - The rate of enzyme catalyzed reactions


Nucleic acids are important information-carrying molecules

· Quiz 1 - DNA and RNA

· Quiz 2 - The Meselson-Stahl experiement 

· Quiz 3 - DNA replication


ATP | Quiz |


Water | Video | Quiz |


Inorganic ions | Quiz |

THE WHOLE OF CELLS VIDEO


Cell structure

· Quiz 1 - Structure of eukaryotic cells

· Quiz 2 - Structure of prokaryoti cells

· Quiz 3 - Adaptations of eukaryotic cells

· Quiz 4 - Structure of viruses

· Quiz 5 - Optical microscopes

· Quiz 6 - Electron microscopes

· Quiz 7 - Magnification calculations

· Quiz 8 - Separating components



All cells arise from other cells

· Quiz 1 - The cell cycle

· Quiz 2 - Mitosis

· Quiz 3 - Cancer

· Quiz 4 - Binary fission in prokaryoti cells

· Quiz 5 - Virus replication


Cell recognition and the immune system

· Quiz 1 - White blood cells and the immune system

· Quiz 2 - Phagocytosis

· Quiz 3 - T lymphocytes 

· Quiz 4 - Antibodies

· Quiz 5 - B lymphocytes

· Quiz 6 - Vaccines and immunity

· Quiz 7 - HIV and AIDS

· Quiz 8 - Anitgen variability

· Quiz 9 - Monoclonal antibodies


Required Practical 3


Required Practical 4


THE WHOLE OF ORGANISMS VIDEO


· Surface area to volume ratio | Quiz |


· Gas exchange | Video |

Quiz 1 - Gas exchange in fish gills

Quiz 2 - Gas exchange in Dicotyledonous plants 


· Digestion and absorption

Quiz 1 - Digestion

Quiz 2 - Absorobtion of disgestive products 


· Mass transport | Video |

Quiz 1 - Circulation of blood

Quiz 2 - The human heart

Quiz 3 - Haemoglobin in humans

Quiz 4 - Vessels

Quiz 5 - Cardiovascular disease

Quiz 6 - Phloem



THE WHOLE OF GENETIC INFORMATION VIDEO 


DNA, genes and chromosomes | Video | Quiz |


DNA and protein synthesis | Quiz |


Genetic diversity and adaptation 

· Quiz 1 - Stabilizing, directional and disruptive selection

· Quiz 2 - Natural selection


Species and taxonomy

· Quiz 1 - Classification and taxonomy

· Quiz 2 - Discovering evolutionary relationships


Biodiversity within a community

· Quiz 1 - Diversity

· Quiz 2 - Index of diversity calculations


Investigation diversity

· Quiz 1 - Genetic diverty

· Quiz 2 - Quantitative investigations of variation

Photosynthesis | Video 1 | Video 2 |


Respiration | Quiz |


Energy and ecosystems | Quiz |


Nutrient cycle 

· Quiz 1 - Eutrophication

· Quiz 2 - Fertilisers 

· Quiz 3 - Nutrients cycle

· Quiz 4 - Phosphorus cycle

· Quiz 5 - The nitrogen cycle


Stimuli, both internal and external are detected and lead to a response

· Quiz 1 - Chemoreceptor and pressure receptors

· Quiz 2 - Control of heart rate

· Quiz 3 - Receptors – Pacinian corpuscle

· Quiz 4 - Simple reflex

· Quiz 5 - Phototropism and gravitropism

· Quiz 6 - Taxes and Kineses

· Quiz 7 - The retina


Nervous coordination

· Quiz 1 - Effect of drugs on the synapse

· Quiz 2 - Myelinated motor neurons

· Quiz 3 - Nerve impulses

· Quiz 4 - Neuromuscular junction

· Quiz 5 - Path of an action potential

· Quiz 6 - Synapse

· Quiz 7 - The nervous system

· Quiz 8 - The refractory period


Skeletal muscles are stimulated to a contract by nerves and act as effectors

· Quiz 1 - Myofibril contraction

· Quiz 2 - Skeletal muscle

· Quiz 3 - Slow and fast skeletal muscle fibres


Homeostasis is the maintenance of stable internal environment

· Quiz 1 - Adrenaline

· Quiz 2 - Causes and Type 1 and 2 Diabetes

· Quiz 3 - Glucagon

· Quiz 4 - Homeostasis 

· Quiz 5 - Homeostasis and blood glucose control

· Quiz 6 - Homeostasis and temperature control

· Quiz 7 - Insulin

· Quiz 8 - Negative and positive feedback mechanisms and homeostasis

· Quiz 9 - Osmoregulations

· Quiz 10 - The nephron 


Required Practical 11 - Production of a dilution series of a glucose solution - Serial dilution

Inheritance | Quiz |



Populations | Quiz |



Evolution may lead to speciation | Quiz |



Populations in ecosystems

· Quiz 1 - Abiotic factors and populations

· Quiz 2 - Conservation of habitats

· Quiz 3 - Ecosystems, populations and communities

· Quiz 4 - Population sampling

· Quiz 5 - Population estimation by mark-release-recapture

· Quiz 6 - Succession

Alterations of the sequence of bases in DNA can alter the structure of proteins | Quiz |



Gene expression is controlled by a number of features

· Quiz 1 - Benign and malignant tumors

· Quiz 2 - Epigenetics

· Quiz 3 - RNAi

· Quiz 4 - Aerobic respiration – The Krebs cycle



Using genome projects

· Quiz 1 - Genome sequencing techniques

· Quiz 2 - Sequencing techniques



Gene technologies allow the study and alteration of gene function allowing a better understanding of organism function and the design of new industrial and medical processes | Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3 |

· Quiz 1 - Cloning

· Quiz 2 - DNA probes

AS-Level:


Paper 1:
  • Any content from topics 1–4, including relevant practical skills
  • written exam: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 75 marks
  • 50% of AS
  • 65 marks: short answer questions
  • 10 marks: comprehension question
Paper 2:
  • Any content from topics 1–4, including relevant practical skills
  • Written exam: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 75 marks
  • 50% of AS
  • 65 marks: short answer questions
  • 10 marks: extended response questions

A-Level:


Paper 1:
  • Any content from topics 1–4, including relevant practical skills
  • Written exam: 2 hours
  • 91 marks
  • 35% of A-level
  • 76 marks: a mixture of short and long answer questions
  • 15 marks: extended response questions
Paper 2:
  • Any content from topics 5–8, including relevant practical skills
  • Written exam: 2 hours
  • 91 marks
  • 35% of A-level
  • 76 marks: a mixture of short and long answer questions
  • 15 marks: comprehension question
Paper 3:
  • Any content from topics 1–8, including relevant practical skills
  • Written exam: 2 hours
  • 78 marks
  • 30% of A-level
  • 38 marks: structured questions, including practical techniques
  • 15 marks: critical analysis of given experimental data
  • 25 marks: one essay from a choice of two titles

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