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Year 12 Biology

Student Edition

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Suitability Year 12 biology: Queensland, WACE ATAR, and South Australia.
ISBN 978-1-927173-97-8
Edition 2015 (21st Edition)
Format Paperback
Page Numbers 402
Size 210 x 297 mm
Colour Two-colour (black & blue)

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Chapter Titles

  • The Chemistry of Life
  • Cellular Energetics
  • Cell Signalling and Homeostasis
  • The Nature of Pathogens
  • Defence and the Immune System
  • DNA and the Genetic Code
  • Cell Division
  • Gene Technology
  • Regulation of Gene Expression
  • Inheritance
  • Population Genetics
  • The Evidence for Evolution
  • Evolution
  • Human Evolution
  • Human Intervention in Evolution

This edition of the Year 12 Biology Student Workbook continues to develop its successful pedagogical approach with material that emphasises student engagement and a sound understanding of core principles.

Engaging, highly visual activities tackle the basics, and then build confidence and deeper understanding by providing ample opportunity for application and critical thinking. A wide variety of questioning techniques and use of real world data provide ample opportunity to apply understanding to new contexts and prepare students for exam situations.

Sound pedagogical principles underpin the highly visual modular style of BIOZONE's workbooks. Diagrams, photographs, and hands-on paper interactives are used to good effect throughout, and the wide range of activities easily accommodates a differential classroom, successfully encouraging inquiry and problem solving in students of all abilities.

BIOZONE’s Year 12 Biology Student Workbook is an excellent resource for classroom activities, homework, extension, and exam preparation. It is a powerful resource for use in both structured and independent learning environments. New features include the use of an activity numbering system, a key idea for each activity, and cross referencing to linked and online content.



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Page 244.
We regret the use of the term retardation in relation to extreme Klinefelter syndrome. This term is of course outdated and inappropriate. The content of this page has been reviewed and revised. The attached replacement is here.

Activity 263 (page 368)
Trends in Brain Volume: There is an error in the model answer plot of the point for Homo floresiensis (0.05 MYA and 380 cc brain volume). This point was incorrectly plotted at 0.5 MYA.