This book offers engaging material, and focuses on the integration of How Science Works to help students understand the underlying principles of science. The appropriate use of biological vocabulary is an important part of A level Biology, so our Student Book ensures that correct terminology is used throughout, following the institute of Biology and OCR style. Students are given plenty of opportunity to learn and practice key definitions. The glossary provides students with a handy reference guide to key terms which are highlighted in bold throughout the text. It is suitable for teachers of OCR A Level specifications who want to deliver the new style A Level effectively in 2008. It engages students and supports them through the transition from GCSE. Exam tips and practice questions will build students' confidence to help them tackle the exam questions. It is an exact match to the specification to ensure students achieve exam success.2004/Cumulus; p48 Carolina Biological Supply Company/ Photolibrary; p49 TL Susumu Nishinaga/Science Photo Library; p49 BR ... p66 Fig 1: G. Toole and S. Toole, Essential AS Biology, 2004 Nelson Thornes; p69 Fig 1: From http://www. training.seer. cancer.gov; funded ... 1997 Nelson Thornes; p163 Fig 4: Greg Smith; p164 Fig 1: J. Hubbard and D. Mechan, The Physiology of Health and lllness - Withanbsp;...
|Title||:||OCR Human Biology AS & A2 Student Book|
|Author||:||Pauline Lowrie, Pearson Education|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education Ltd - 2008-01-01|