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AQA Trilogy Science: Organsiation
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Topic Student Checklist
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4.2.1 Principles of organisation & 4.2.2 Animal tissues, organs and organ systemsDescribe the levels of organisation within living organisms
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Describe the digestive system and how it works as an organ system (from KS3)
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Describe basic features of enzymes (inc rate calculations for chemical reactions)
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Describe the lock and key theory as a model of enzyme action and explain how the shape a of the active sites makes the enzyme specific
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Explain the effect of temperature and pH on enzymes
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Describe the digestive enzymes, including their names, sites of production and actions
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Describe how the products of digestion are used
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Describe the features and functions of bile and state where it is produced and released from
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Required practical 3: use qualitative reagents to test for a range of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins
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Required practical 4: investigate the effect of pH on the rate of reaction of amylase enzyme
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Describe the structure of the human heart and lungs (inc how lungs are adapted for gaseous exchange)
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Explain how the heart moves blood around the body (inc role and position of the aorta, vena cava, pulmonary artery & vein and coronary arteries)
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Explain how the natural resting heart rate is controlled and how irregularities can be corrected
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Describe the structure and function of arteries, veins and capillaries
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Use simple compound measures such as rate and carry out rate calculations for blood flow
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Describe blood and identify its different components, inc identifying blood cells from photographs/diagrams
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Describe the functions of blood components, including adaptations to function
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Describe what happens in coronary heart disease and what statins are used for
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Describe and evaluate treatments for coronary heart disease and heart failure (inc drugs, mechanical devices or transplant)
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Recall that heart valves can become faulty and describe the consequences of this
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Describe how patients can be treated in the case of heart failure
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Describe health and the explain causes of ill-health and the relationship between health and disease
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Describe how different types of diseases may interact and translate disease incidence information between graphical and numerical forms
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Describe what risk factors are and give examples discussing human and financial costs of non communicable diseases at local, national and global levels
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Describe what cancer is and explain the difference between benign and malignant tumours
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Describe the known risk factors for cancer, including genetic and lifestyle risk factors
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4.2.3 Plant tissues, organs and systemDescribe plant tissues (epidermal, palisade mesophyll, spongy mesophyll, xylem, phloem and meristem) and describe their functions
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Explain how the structure of plant tissues are related to their function within the leaf (plant organ) inc stomata and guard cells
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Recall the palnt parts that form a plant organ system that transports substances around the plant
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Explain how root hair cells, xylem and phloem are adapted to their functions
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Describe the process of transpiration and translocation inluding the role of the different plant tissues
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Explain how the rate of transpiration can be affected by different factors (inc naming the factors)
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Describe the role of stomata and guard cells in the control of gas exchange and water loss
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