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A detailed diagram of a cell and organelles for students to label with the name of the structure and its function. Structures include rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, vacuole, ribosome, Golgi apparatus, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplast and mitochondrion.
This quiz reinforces the definitions of key terms in genetics, including polymerase chain reaction (PCR), types of mutation, DNA ligation, DNA amplification, gel electrophoresis, stem cells, recombinant DNA, vectors, restriction enzymes.
This quiz reinforces students use of key terms, including phospholipid bilayer, osmosis, active transport, transmembrane protein, ion pump, facilitated diffusion, endocytosis and fluid mosaic model.
A crossword covering enzyme action, inhibition, and activation energy.
This quiz reinforces the meaning of key words in the topic of biodiversity and ecosystems, including allopatric speciation, binomial nomenclature, bioinformatics, conservation, reporductive isolation and diversity indices.
This set of puzzles, provided by the Association for Science Education (ASE), is part of the SYCD: Science Year theme Who am I? collection.
Suck it and see - Is it true that you become drunk faster if you drink through a straw?
Pain in the leg - Why do muscles hurt more the second day after exercise...
This set of quizzes, provided by the Association for Science Education (ASE), are part of the SYCD: Science Year theme Who am I? collection and are aimed at Key Stage Three, Key Stage Four and Key Stage Five students.
This resource from the ABPI introduces students to the major endocrine glands, and hormone function in puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and growth. Specific examples include insulin, adrenaline, ADH, and plant hormones.
This ABPI resource introduces skin structure and function, including temperature control and the role of the hypothalamus. Students can learn about common skin infections, such as athlete's foot, and skin cancer.
From the ABPI this interactive resource provides students with information on the cause, symptoms and treatment of diabetes. The resource is offered at two levels, for students aged 14-16 and an advanced version for post-16 students.