BIOLOGY CXC SYLLABUS

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HI CHRISTINE, THIS IS THE INFO ON WHAT MUST BE COMPLETED FOR CXC, YOU CAN DOUBLE CHECK YOU TEXT .

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    INSTRUMENTS FOR BIO
    The list of equipment is: (i) Bunsen burner; (ii) Tripod stand with wire gauze; (iii) binocular and monocular light microscope; (iv) measuring cylinders (25-100cm3); (v) beaker (50-500cm3);(vi) thermometer; (vii) ruler; (viii) stop watch/clock; (ix) balance; (x) boiling tube; (xi) test tubes and test tube holders; (xii) hand lens; (xiii) syringe

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    BIOLOGY ITEMS TO REVISE
    * ANSWERS CAN BE FOUND IN TEXT OR SYLLABUSThe syllabus is arranged in three sections, namely: SECTION A - Living Organisms in the Environment SECTION B - Life Processes and Disease SECTION C - Continuity and Variation 

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    SECTION A - Living Organisms in the Environment
    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES CONTENT/EXPLANATORY NOTES 1. group living organisms found in a named habitat based on observed similarities and differences; Visible characteristics, such as hairiness, colour, shape, venation, number of legs and wings, and body segmentation of organs found in both plants and animals as appropriate. Common names of organisms and groups are acceptable.2  classify organisms into taxonomic groups based on physical similarities; Simple classification of all living organisms into the five kingdoms: Plantae, Animalia; Fungi (mushroom), Prokaryotae (Bacteria) and Proctotista (amoeba). Further subdivision of the Animal Kingdom into Phyla, for example, Chordata which ...............
    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES CONTENT/EXPLANATORY NOTES ...........includes Classes (fish, reptiles, insects, birds mammals). These are further classified to the level of species. Modern classification uses DNA sequences to determine ancestry. Refer to SO A 2.2; B 1.1 Note: Flowcharts could be included with drawings under Practical activities. 3.  carry out a simple ecological study using the most appropriate collecting and sampling methods; Habitats may include terrestrial and aquatic, for example, a tree, wall or small pond. Features of each habitat. Relationship between organism and habitat – adaptations that enable the organism(s) to survive in that habitat. Relationship between equipment used and habitat and species being investigated. 
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