This is a whole set of questions covering the whole of the AQA Biology Course.
Answer these questions to help you to summarise the whole AQA Biology Course.
This resource is a collection of questions with pertinent knowledge required for the Biology course. There are 2446 questions in this resource.
THIS QUESTION SET IS FOR EVERY UNIT OF BIOLOGY AND INCLUDES:
1: Biological Molecules (1.1: Introduction to biological molecules; 1.2 Carbohydrates and monosaccharides; 1.3 Carbohydrates – disaccharides and polysaccharides; 1.4 Starch, glycogen and cellulose; 1.5 Lipids; 1.6 Proteins; 1.7 Enzyme action; 1.8 Factors affecting enzyme action; 1.9 Enzyme inhibition)
2: Nucleic Acids (2.1 Structure of RNA and DNA; 2.2 DNA replication; 2.3 Energy and ATP; 2.4 Water and its functions)
3: Cell Structure (3.1 Methods of studying cells; 3.2 The electron microscope; 3.3 Microscopic measures; 3.4 Eukaryotic cell structure; 3.5 Cell Specialisation and organisation; 3.6 Prokaryotic cells and viruses; 3.7 Mitosis;
3.8 The cell cycle)
4: Transport Across Membranes (4.1 Structure of the cell-surface membrane; 4.2 Diffusion; 4.3 Osmosis; 4.4 Active transport; 4.5 Co-transport and absorption of glucose in the ileum)
5: Cell Recognition and the Immune System (5.1 Defense mechanisms; 5.2 Phagocytosis; 5.3 T Lymphocytes and cell-mediated immunity; 5.4 B Lymphocytes and humoral immunity; 5.5 Antibodies; 5.6 Vaccination; 5.7 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV))
6: Organisms Exchange Substances with their Environment (6.1 Exchange between organisms and their environment; 6.2 Gas exchange in single-celled organisms and insects; 6.3 Gas exchange in fish; 6.4 Gas exchange in the leaf of a plant; 6.5 Limiting water loss; 6.6 Structure of the human gas exchange system; 6.7 The mechanism of breathing; 6.8 Exchange of gases in the lungs; 6.9 Enzymes and digestion; 6.10 Absorption of the products of digestion)
7: Mass Transport (7.1 Haemoglobin; 7.2 Transport of oxygen by haemoglobin; 7.3 Circulatory system of a mammal; 7.4 The structure of the heart; 7.5 The cardiac cycle; 7.6 Blood vessels and their functions; 7.7 Transport of water in the xylem; 7.8 Transport of organic substances in the phloem; 7.9 Investigating transport in plants)
8: DNA, Genes and Protein Synthesis (8.1 Genes and the triplet code; 8.2 DNA and chromosomes; 8.3 The structure of ribonucleic acid; 8.4 Protein synthesis – transcription and splicing; 8.5 Protein synthesis – translation)
9: Genetic Diversity (9.1 Gene Mutation; 9.2 Meiosis and genetic variation; 9.3 Genetic diversity and adaptation; 9.4 Types of selection)
10: Biodiversity (10.1 Species and Taxonomy; 10.2 Diversity within a community; 10.3 Species diversity and human activity; 10.4 Investigating diversity; 10.5 Quantitative investigations of variation)
11: Photosynthesis (11.1 Overview of photosynthesis; 11.2 The light-dependent reaction; 11.3 The light-independent reaction)
12: Respiration (12.1 Glycolysis; 12.2 Link reaction and Krebs Cycle; 12.3 Oxidative phosphorylation; 12.4 Anaerobic respiration)
13: Energy and Ecosystems (13.1 Food chains and energy transfer; 13.2 Energy transfer and productivity; 13.3 Nutrient cycles; 13.4 Use of natural and artificial fertilisers; 13.5 Environmental issues concerning use of nitrogen-containing fertilisers)
14: Response to Stimuli (14.1 Neurones and nervous coordination; 14.2 Plant growth factors; 14.3 A reflex arc;
14.4 Receptors; 14.5 Control of heart rate)
15: Nervous Coordination and Muscles (15.1 Neurones and nervous coordination; 15.2 The nerve impulse; 15.3 Passage of an action potential; 15.4 Speed of the nerve impulse; 15.5 Structure and function of synapses; 15.6 Transmission across a synapse; 15.7 Structure of skeletal muscle; 15.8 Contraction of skeletal muscle)
16: Homeostasis (16.1 Principles of Homeostasis; 16.2 Feedback mechanisms; 16.3 Hormones and the regulation of blood glucose concentration; 16.4 Diabetes and its control; 16.5 Control of blood water potential – structure of the nephron; 16.6 Role of the nephron in osmoregulation; 16.7 The role of hormones in osmoregulation)
17: Inherited Change (17.1 Studying Inheritance; 17.2 Monohybrid Inheritance; 17.3 Probability and genetic crosses; 17.4 Dihybrid Inheritance; 17.5 Codominance and multiple alleles; 17.6 Sex-linkage; 17.7 Autosomal linkage; 17.8 Epistasis; 17.9 The chi-squared (χ2) test)
18: Populations and Evolution (18.1 Population genetics; 18.2 Variation in phenotype; 18.3 Natural selection; 18.4 Effects of different forms of selection on evolution; 18.5 Isolation and speciation)
19: Populations in Ecosystems (19.1 Populations in ecosystems; 19.2 Variation in population size; 19.3 Competition; 19.4 Predation; 19.5 Investigating populations; 19.6 Succession; 19.7 Conservation of habitats)
20: Gene Expression (20.1 Gene mutations; 20.2 Stem cells and totipotency; 20.3 Regulation of transcription and translation; 20.4 Epigenetic control of gene expression; 20.5 Gene expression and cancer; 20.6 Genome projects)
21: Recombinant DNA Technology (21.1 Producing DNA fragments; 21.2 In vivo gene cloning – the use of vectors; 21.3 In vitro gene cloning – the polymerase chain reaction; 21.4 Locating genes, genetic screening, and counselling; 21.5 Genetic fingerprinting)
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