A-level Biology

This is another of the series of A-level wikibooks. This book is based on the OCR and AQA A-Level Biology specifications, but is not endorsed by either exam board. It should be useful as a revision guide or to find alternative explanations to the ones in your textbook.

This book assumes that you have completed GCSE science. If there are problems with this book, in clarity or a conflict with the syllabus, please feel free to post on the discussion page or to edit it. Useful Assessment Statements for AS&A2 Biology can be found in the IB Biology page.

OCR

AS

A2

A2 (optional modules)

  • Application of Genetics 0% developed  as of Jun 02, 2008 (Jun 02, 2008)
  • Environmental Biology 0% developed  as of Jun 02, 2008 (Jun 02, 2008)
  • Growth, Development and Reproduction 0% developed  as of Jun 02, 2008 (Jun 02, 2008)
  • Microbiology and Biotechnology 0% developed  as of Jun 02, 2008 (Jun 02, 2008)
  • Mammalian Physiology and Behavior 100% developed  as of Jun 18, 2008 (Jun 18, 2008)

AQA

AS

  • Unit 1 (BIOL1)
    • Disease and Immunology 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • The Digestive System 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Cells 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • The Respiratory System 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • The Circulatory System 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
  • Unit 2 (BIOL2)
    • Variation 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • DNA and Genetics 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Variation in Biochemistry and Cells 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • The Cell Cycle and Differentiation 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Exchange and Transport Systems 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Classification 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Antibiotic Resistance 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
    • Biodiversity 0% developed  as of Dec 02, 2009 (Dec 02, 2009)
  • Unit 3 (BIOL3)

A2

  • Unit 4 (BIOL4)
  • Unit 5 (BIOL5)
  • Unit 6 (BIOL6)
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