Questions and Answers for the COPD Scientific Article (Question 7) for Edexcel A2 Biology Unit 5 June 2014 for International Students.

  • 47 pages long
  • 62 potential questions each with its accompanying answer.
  • The questions are based on the Scientific Article (Question 7) which is provided by Edexcel for the A2 Biology Examinations commencing in June 2014.
  • Includes definitions of some of the biological terms used.
  • Small dictionary of words has been included for the benefit of non-native English speakers.

Edexcel Biology Solutions offers support for Edexcel A2 Biology, Unit 5 for June 2014 with a comprehensive selection of questions and answers on the COPD Scientific Article for Question 7 for International Students.

The document is fourtyseven (47) pages long and consists of a sixtytwo (62) potential questions each with its accompanying answer. The questions are based on the Scientific Article (Question 7) which is provided by Edexcel for the A2 Biology Examinations commencing in June 2014. Our document thouroughly covers twentysix (26) sections of the Scientific Article which are enumarated below. In addition the questions and answers covered in our document provide an excellent structure for revision of the following topics.

The material offered to students and teachers on this website has been upgraded to include definitions of some of the biological terms used in the article and in the potential questions and answers . In addition a small dictionary of words has been included for the benefit of non-native English speakers.

A list of recommended revision topics for the Edexcel A2 Biology, Unit 5 Scientific Article

Revision Topics covered in the document

  • Inflammation
  • The respiratory tract, gas exchange and ventilation
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • The immune system
  • Phagocytosis
  • Enzymes
  • Continuous and discontinuous genetic variation
  • Genetics
  • Mutations
  • Gene expression
  • Applications of genetics
  • Spirometer use
  • Imaging technologies
  • Depression
  • Effects of exercise on ventilation
  • Cancer
  • Air pollution
  • Correlations and causal factors
  • Cell organelles ( Golgi)
  • DNA profiling
  • Body mass index
  • Electrocardiogram traces
  • Antibiotics , resistant bacteria and the evolutionary race
  • Drugs (steroids)
  • Synaptic transmission

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