6.6. & 11.4 Reproduction from Bob Smullen
A Biologist’s Mother’s Day Song (3m 50s):
Paul Andersen describes The Reproductive System in 9m.
Fantastic animated tutorials from McGraw Hill Education – spermatogenesis & the maturation of the oocyte & follicle .
In Crash Course Biology #34 – , Hank lets us in on the meaning of life, at least from a biological perspective – it’s reproduction. The Reproductive System: How Gonads Go
The fight or flight response as an example of cells signalling other cells (4m 34) – you don’t need to know this:
One Body by XVIVO (2m 14s):
Get Body Smart : superb interactive, illustrated tutorials and quizzes on human anatomy and physiology.
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Thanks again Mr Taylor (of iBiology) for this powerpoint from the OLD syllabus.
From Sinauer Associates we have an animated, narrated tutorial on Reflex Arcs which also includes a quiz and here are animated, narrated tutorials on the synapse and action potentials .
Click on ‘Signal Transduction’ to see an Interactive Animation from Wiley on how hormones work & Cholera (& lots more that you don’t need to know).
An animated tutorial from McGraw Hill Education on blood sugar regulation in diabetics . and here is ‘What does the Pancreas do?’ (from Emma Bryce & TED-Ed):
In Crash Course Biology #26 – , Hank begins a series of videos on organ systems with a look at the nervous system and all of the things that it is responsible for in the body. In The Nervous System #33 – , Hank fills us in on the endocrine system. Great Glands: Your Endocrine System
Lovely infographic – just click on it to enlarge.
GCSE Bitesize revises Hormones (7m 12s) and here is ‘What does the Pancreas do?’ (from Emma Bryce & TED-Ed):
B7.2 Revision notes
– a 5m video from TEDEd. How do carbs impact your health?
IGCSE Biology: Coursebook , chapter 10, pp.137 – 138
A good powerpoint (although we don’t need the last few slides about controlling water levels):
Homeostasis of the body from Claire Gaukrodger
Science Bank 16 (Homeostasis): You only need Part 1 – Controlling Temperature (to 5m 10s) & Part 3- Controlling Blood Sugar Level (from 9m to 14m 10s):
B7.4 Revision notes
A powerpoint can be downloaded from here , a 5m 33s animation on Homeostasis is here & this link to GCSE Bitesize will help you revise the topic.
Videos include The Virtual Body – Homeostasis (19m), Homeostasis – The New Living Body (19m) & BBC Short Circuit Homeostasis (19m).
IGCSE Biology: Coursebook , chapter 11, pp. 145 – 151
This powerpoint covers : Homeostasis & Negative Feedback to slide 27; that’s all we need