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Complete Biology for Cambridge IGCSE® Revision Guide: Third Edition

Support for the previous Biology IGCSE® syllabus

Author Ron Pickering

Suitable for:  Cambridge IGCSE Biology students

Price:  £18.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-830872-0
Publication date: 29/01/2015
Paperback: 184 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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The Complete Biology for Cambridge IGCSE® Revision Guide Third Edition is for the previous syllabus, last examination 2022. The guide provides everything students need to build exam confidence, including practice questions and answers, as well as revision and assessment advice from an experienced teacher.


  • Covers the previous Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus, last examination 2022
  • Support assessment confidence with plenty of exam-style practice questions
  • Cement understanding with clearly summarised key ideas, diagrams, tables and illustrations
  • Check your students' progress throughout the course with regular practice questions
  • Make Biology relevant with practical experiments and examples relate science to everyday life
  • Student Book, Teacher Resource Pack and Kerboodle Online Practice and Assessment also available

This page was last updated on 27 February 2021 at 20:30 GMT


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Table of Contents

1: Four steps to success in examination
2: Sample exam question answers
3: Design an experiment
4: Dealing with data
5: Graphical representation
6: The variety of life
7: Cells, tissues and organs
8: Movement of molecules in and out of cells
9: Biological molecules and food tests
10: Enzymes control biological processes
11: Food and diet in humans
12: Digestion and absorption
13: Photosynthesis and plant nutrition
14: Plant transport
15: Transport in animals
16: Defence against disease
17: Breathing and gaseous exchange
18: Respiration and the release of energy
19: Excretion and osmoregulation

20: The nervous system and coordination
21: The eye as a sense organ
22: Hormones, the endocrine system and homeostasis
23: Sensitivity and movement in plants
24: Reproduction
25: Reproduction in plants
26: Germination and plant growth
27: Human reproduction and growth
28: DNA and characteristics
29: Cell division and the human life cycle
30: Patterns of inheritance
31: Variation and selection
32: Ecology and ecosystems
33: The cycling of nutrients
34: Useful microbes
35: Human impact on the environment
36: Farming and food production
37: Conservation