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GCSE Science: Biology 1 Revision Book
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Classification 2 Inheritance and Chromosomes 23
How are organisms named? 3 Inheritance of Sex 24
Adaptations 4 Genetics 25
Population Size 5 Gregor Mendel 26
What effects do humans have on the environment ?
6 Genetics Problems 27
Intensive Farming 7 Genetically Modified…

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
Classification ­ Descriptive Groups
Living organisms show a range of sizes, features and complexity. They can be divided
into broad descriptive groups.
Living organisms
Plants
Animals Algae Fungi Bacteria Vertebrates Invertebrates
Why and how should organisms be classified?
The names which we use everyday…

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this, we finish up with kingdoms or Domains.

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
How are organisms named? International committees decide the scientific names of
organisms, e.g. International Committee on Zoological Nomenclature (animal names).
Biologists use the binomial system devised by Carl Linnaeus which is in Latin.
All organisms are given two names, e.g. Homo sapiens for humans…

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
Adaptations Organisms have morphological (the
shape of an organism) and behavioural adaptations that enable them to survive in their
environment.
Case study ­ Foxes The arctic fox is found throughout the artic and sub-artic tundra
whilst the Fennec fox is found in the Sahara…

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Page 2

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GCSE Science: Biology 1 Revision Book
Content
Classification 2 Inheritance and Chromosomes 23
How are organisms named? 3 Inheritance of Sex 24
Adaptations 4 Genetics 25
Population Size 5 Gregor Mendel 26
What effects do humans have on the environment ?
6 Genetics Problems 27
Intensive Farming 7 Genetically Modified…

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
Classification ­ Descriptive Groups
Living organisms show a range of sizes, features and complexity. They can be divided
into broad descriptive groups.
Living organisms
Plants
Animals Algae Fungi Bacteria Vertebrates Invertebrates
Why and how should organisms be classified?
The names which we use everyday…

Page 5

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this, we finish up with kingdoms or Domains.

2 www.bangor.ac.uk/GCSErevision

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
How are organisms named? International committees decide the scientific names of
organisms, e.g. International Committee on Zoological Nomenclature (animal names).
Biologists use the binomial system devised by Carl Linnaeus which is in Latin.
All organisms are given two names, e.g. Homo sapiens for humans…

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Page 9

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Variety of Life, Adaptation and Competition
Adaptations Organisms have morphological (the
shape of an organism) and behavioural adaptations that enable them to survive in their
environment.
Case study ­ Foxes The arctic fox is found throughout the artic and sub-artic tundra
whilst the Fennec fox is found in the Sahara…

Page 10

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Rebecca Louise Bird

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WOW! This booklet is very helpful and I have learnt a lot. Thanks!

nanza

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this is sooo useful!! recommend it! 

Untiring Bacon

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this helps a lot actually would recommend 

Untiring Bacon

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also

Bacon