Aqa GCSE (9-1) Combined Science Trilogy Student Book 1book 1
This book covers the Foundation and Higher tier content for sections Biology 4.1–4.4, Chemistry 5.1–5.5 and Physics 6.1–6.4 of the 2016 AQA GCSE Combined Science Trilogy specification. All other content can be found in Book 2.
The following features have been included to help you get the most from this book.
This is a short list of topics you should be familiar with before starting a chapter. The questions will help to test your understanding. Extra help and practice questions can be found online in our AQA GCSE Science Teaching & Learning Resources.
Important words and concepts are highlighted in the text and clearly explained for you in the margin.
These practical-based activities will help consolidate your learning and test your practical skills.
AQA’s required practicals are clearly highlighted.
These highlight important facts, common misconceptions and signpost you towards other relevant chapters. They also offer useful ideas for remembering difficult topics.
Higher-tier only Some material in this book is only required for students taking the Higher-tier examination. This content is clearly marked with the blue symbol seen here.
Examples Examples of questions and calculations that feature full workings and sample answers.
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1 Cell structure 1
2 Cell division 18
3 Transport in cells 28
4 Animal tissues, organs and organ systems 42
5 Plant tissues, organs and organ systems 67
6 Infection and response 78
7 Photosynthesis 95
8 Respiration 104
9 Atomic structure and the periodic table 116
10 Bonding, structure and the properties of matter 147
11 Quantitative chemistry 176
12 Chemical changes 199
13 Energy changes 230
14 Formulae and equations 243
15 Energy 258
16 Electricity 291
17 Particle model of matter 318
18 Atomic structure 337
Appendix: The periodic table 357
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