Organisms Exchange Substances With Their Environment
Surface Area to Volume Ratio
Digestion and Absorption
Genetic Information, Variation and Relationships Between Organisms
DNA, Genes and Chromosomes
DNA and Protein Synthesis
Genetic Diversity Can Arise as a Result of Mutation or During Meiosis
Genetic Diversity and Adaptation
Species and Taxonomy
Biodiversity Within a Community
Energy Transfer In and Between Organisms
Energy and Ecosystems
Organisms Respond To Changes In Their Internal and External Environments
Stimuli, Both Internal and External, are Detected and Lead to a Response
Skeletal Muscles are Stimulated to Contract by Nerves and Act as Effectors
Homeostasis is the Maintenance of a Stable Internal Environment
Genetics, Populations, Evolution and Ecosystems
Evolution May Lead to Speciation
Populations in Ecosystems
The Control Of Gene Expression
Gene Expression is Controlled by a Number of Features
Using Genome Projects
Whilst there is no pre-requisite required in order to study a L3 qualification in the UK, it is still recommended that you have studied the subject at L2 (GCSE level), as this will generally contain underpinning knowledge.
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Paper 1: Any content from topics 1 to 4, including relevant practical skills, written exam: 1 hour 30 minutes, 75 marks, 50% of AS Available in June Only
Paper 2: Any content from topics 1 to 4, including relevant practical skills, written exam: 1 hour 30 minutes, 75 marks, 50% of AS Available in June Only
Paper 1: Any content from topics 1 to 4, including relevant practical skills, written exam: 2 hours, 91 marks, 35% of A Level Available in June Only
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Paper 3: Any content from topics 1 to 8, including relevant practical skills, written exam: 2 hours, 78 marks, 30% of A Level Available in June Only
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