Start of 2015-16 school year – welcome back!

I have been neglecting my blog for which I apologise.  There are posts relating to all the topics I am covering with my iGCSE classes at the moment.

F block boys could look at this post on cells.

https://pmgbiology.com/2015/03/20/cell-structure-a-understanding-for-igcse-biology/

E Block classes should look at the posts on photosynthesis to help with revision for your end of topic tests:

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/12/03/factors-affecting-rates-of-photosynthesis-a-understanding-for-igcse-biology-part-1/

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/12/03/factors-affecting-rates-of-photosynthesis-part-2-a-understanding-for-igcse-biology/

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/12/02/leaf-structure-and-adaptations-for-photosynthesis-a-understanding-for-igcse-biology/

D block boys have plenty of options to read:

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/10/22/what-does-dna-do-a-understanding-for-igcse-biology/

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/10/21/dna-structure-and-function-igcse-a-understanding/

https://pmgbiology.com/2014/04/02/evolution-for-igcse-biology-revision/

Please add comments to these various posts, ask questions and interact with the material on the blog.  Happy studying!

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2 comments

  1. Anoushka

    Could you please explain the whole of sexual reproduction in humans, sex hormones in humans,methods of birth control and STIs for the 2016 batch?

    • Paul Gillam

      I need to write a post about human reproduction and fertilisation. I think I posted a while ago about sex hormones and the menstrual cycle. Birth control and STIs are not in the syllabus I teach so you are on your own there I’m afraid……

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