One Body by XVIVO (2m 14s):
Get Body Smart: superb interactive, illustrated tutorials and quizzes on human anatomy and physiology.
How much of your body is your own? – a great little quiz from the BBC
2.2.1 The human digestive system
2.2.2 The heart and blood vessels
2.2.4 Coronary heart disease: a non-communicable disease
2.2.5 Health issues
2.2.6 The effect of lifestyle on some non-communicable diseases
The Evolution of Life on Earth in 24 hours:
A simulation of Natural Selection:
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Here’s Darwin’s Song from Horrible Histories and in What is Evolution? Biology teacher Ceri Evans gives a master class to students on what he says is arguably the greatest idea anybody ever had: evolution (28 mins). 2 more videos – James May’s things you need to know – Evolution (29m) & BBC Short Circuit Theory of Evolution (19m).
Finally, just for interest, a short (less than 5 minute) video clip from BBC iScience – Evolution of the Eye.
SELECTIVE BREEDING (ARTIFICAIL SELECTION)
This powerpoint covers Artificial Selection (selective breeding) – but we only need the first five slides:
A lesson on Selective Breeding from Mr Dare:
Paul Andersen (from Bozeman High) shows you how to Solve Hardy-Weinberg Problems.
In Crash Course Biology #18 – Population Genetics: When Darwin met Mendel, Hank talks about population genetics including the Hardy-Weinberg equation.
The Hardy-Weinberg Principle: Watch your Ps and Qs – a video lesson with some practice questions.
Here are key terms and some definitions: Key Terms B9
GCSE Bitesize more-or-less covers all of Variation, Inheritance & Evolution in 15m.
For self-assessment questions, with exercises and discussions, just click on the correct topic at Biology GCSE & IGCSE Question Bank. A powerpoint can be downloaded from the same site here. The s-cool revision site lets you revise the topic, summarizes the topic & tests you on it. GCSE Bitesize has revision pages (that take you through the topic), a test and an activity.
This is a great power-point that covers most of this topic, although we don’t need to know about co-dominance or pedigree charts:
Here are some past essay questions:
Mr. Andersen uses chromosome beads to simulate both Mitosis and Meiosis:
Independent Assortment & Segregation (click to enlarge)
Paul Andersen explains how Linked Genes behave using fruit flies in a 17m 22s tutorial.
The science of skin color – Angela Koine Flynn, a 5m vid from TED-Ed.
Breaking the illusion of skin color, a 15m TED-Ed video from Nina Jablonski