Unit 4

Here is the A2 Human Biology Section of the blog. Here you can find the learning objectives, lesson details and resources for the previous lessons as well as what’s coming up this week. 

Coming up this Friday we have our end of topic test for sections 3.4.3 ‘The Management and Structure of Cells’ and 3.4.4  ‘New genes for old’. See the spec for exactly what’s in these. Your revision should include these topics:

Learning Objectives 19/11/12

  • To be able to describe the structure and function of a myelinated neurone.
  • The role of the neurone in maintaining a resting potential.

Here are the powerpoints that we used in the lesson.Nerves (pupil)Nerve_impulses

There’s also a fact sheet here which has got some good info in it and some questions too. Biofact_sheet_~_Nerves_&_Synapses

If you would like to comment on this lesson, the resources or request any help with it then please do so in the comment box.



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