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  1. The characteristics of living things
  2. The characteristics of living things continued
  3. All living things are made of cells
  4. Introduction
  5. Instruments used to view organisms
  6. Hooke's microscope
  7. Parts of a light microscope
  8. Magnification introduction
  9. How to calculate magnification
  10. Field of view
  11. Magnifying your field of view
  12. Calculating the diameter of the field of view
  13. Determining the size of a magnified object
  14. How large are cells?
  15. A typical animal cell
  16. The nucleus
  17. Cell membrane
  18. Cytoplasm
  19. Mitochondria
  20. Structure and function of animal cells
  21. Summary - animal cells
  22. A typical plant cell is different to an animal cell
  23. Cell wall
  24. Chloroplasts in the cytoplasm
  25. Cytoplasmic streaming
  26. Vacuoles
  27. Summary - plant cells
  28. Staining cells
  29. Sectioning
  30. Unicellular organisms
  31. Cilia and flagella
  32. Unicellular organisms have to eat too
  33. The importance of surface area and volume
  34. The surface area to volume ratio
  35. Multicellular organisms
  36. Viruses
  37. Summary - cell basics 1
  38. Summary - cell basics 2
  39. Growth
  40. Movement
  41. Reacting to the environment
  42. Respiring
  43. Reproduction
  44. Reproduction in bacteria
  45. Sexual reproduction
  46. Excretion
  47. Nutrition
  48. Do viruses live?
  49. How organisms are classified
  50. Dichotomous keys
  51. Alternative presentation of dichotomous keys
  52. Choosing characteristics for dichotomous keys
  53. The species concept
  54. Donkeys and horses - are they different species?
  55. Common names
  56. Carl Linnaeus invents binomial names
  57. Binomial names
  58. Hierarchy of classification
  59. Remembering the hierarchy
  60. Introduction to the five kingdoms
  61. Characteristics of kingdom prokaryotae
  62. Characteristics of kingdom Protista
  63. Characteristics of kingdom Fungi
  64. Kingdom Plantae
  65. Characteristics of kingdom Plantae
  66. Kingdom Animalia
  67. Characteristics of kingdom Animalia
  68. Characteristics of the five kingdoms
  69. A dichotomous key for the kingdoms
  70. Summary - classification
  71. Food and water
  72. Types of nutrients
  73. Water
  74. Carbohydrates
  75. Mono, di and polysaccharides
  76. Monosaccharides
  77. Disaccharides
  78. Polysaccharides
  79. Dietary fibre
  80. Lipids
  81. Energy, insulation and lipids
  82. Structure of lipids
  83. Proteins
  84. Structure of proteins
  85. Vitamins and minerals
  86. The role of vitamins
  87. Minerals
  88. The role of minerals
  89. Food for thought
  90. Digestion
  91. Mechanical digestion
  92. Chemical digestion
  93. The digestive system
  94. Mechanical digestion in the mouth
  95. Teeth - incisors and canines
  96. Teeth - molars and premolars
  97. Saliva
  98. Pharynx and oesophagus
  99. Chemical digestion in the stomach
  100. Mechanical digestion in the stomach
  101. Absorption of nutrients from the stomach
  102. The small intestine
  103. Villi and microvilli in the small intestine
  104. The regulatory role of the liver
  105. Absorption from the small intestine
  106. Absorption from the large intestine
  107. Digestive thoughts
  108. Activity 1, definitions
  109. Activity 2, looking at cells
  110. Activity 3, animal cells
  111. Activity 4, plant cells
  112. Activity 5, cells
  113. Activity 6, the characteristics of living things
  114. Activity 7, classification
  115. Activity 8, food
  116. Activity 9, the digestive system
  117. Glossary
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