150930 PlayStation Schools Cup Phil Jagielka 246 DSC 0041 DSC 0191 DSC 0261 DSC 0306 DSC 0330 1 DSC 0374 PlayStation Schools Cup Phil Jagielka

Combined vs Separate Science

Combined vs Separates Content

BIOLOGY (Trilogy and separate science) CHEMISTRY  (Trilogy and separate science) PHYSICS  (Trilogy and separate science)
4.1 Cell Biology  4.1 Atomic structure and the periodic table 4.1 Energy
Animal cells  Atoms, elements and compounds Energy stores and systems 
Plant cells   Mixtures  Changes in energy
Required Practical - Using a light microscope Scientific models of the atom Energy changes in systems 
Eukaryotes and prokaryotes  Relative electrical charges of subatomic particles  Required practical - Thermal insulation PHY only
Cell differentiation and specialization size and mass of atoms  Work 
Microscopy Electronic structure  Power 
Culturing microorganisms BIO only Relative atomic mass  Energy transfers in a system 
Required practical - Effect of antibiotics on bacterial growth BIO only The periodic table Efficiency
Chromosomes  Development of the periodic table  National and global energy resources 
Mitosis and the cell cycle  Metals and non metals  4.2 Electricity 
Stem cells  Group 0 Standard circuit diagram symbols 
Diffusion Group 1 Electrical charge and current 
Osmosis  Group 7 Current, resistance and potential difference 
Required practical - Osmosis Comparison with Group 1 elements and transition metals CHEM only Resistors 
Active transport  Typical properties of transition metals CHEM only Required practical - Resistance 
4.2 Organization 4.2 Bonding structure, and the properties of matter  Required practical - V-I characteristics 
Organizational hierarchy  Chemical bonds Series and parallel circuits 
Enzymes  Ionic bonding Direct and alternating potential difference 
Required practical - Food tests Ionic compounds  Mains electricity 
Required practical - Enzymes  Covalent bonding  Energy transfers in every day appliances 
The human digestive system Metallic bonding  The national grid
The heart and blood vessels  The three states of matter  Energy changes in systems 
Blood State symbols  Static charge PHY only
Coronary heart disease  Properties of ionic compounds  Electric fields PHY only
Health issues  Properties of small molecules  4.3 Particle model of matter 
The effect of lifestyle on some non-communicable diseases Polymers  Density of materials 
Cancer  Giant covalent structures  Required practical - Density
Plant tissues  Properties of metals and alloys  Changes of state 
Plant organ system Metals as conductors  Internal energy
4.3 Infection and response  Diamond  Temperature changes in a system and specific heat capacity 
Communicable infectious disease  Graphite Required practical - Specific heat capacity
Plant organ system Graphene and fullerenes  Changes of heat and specific latent heat 
Viral diseases  Sizes of particles and their properties CHEM only Particle motion in gases 
Bacterial diseases  Uses of nanoparticles CHEM only Pressure in gases PHY only
Fungal diseases  4.3 Quantitative chemistry Increasing the pressure of a gas PHY only
Protist diseases  Conservation of mass and balanced chemical equations  4.4. Atomic structure 
Human defense systems  Relative formula mass The structure of an atom 
Vaccination Mass changes when a reactant or product is a gas Mass number, atomic number and isotopes 
Antibiotics and painkillers  chemical measurements  The development of the model of the atom 
Discovery and development of drugs  Moles HT only Radioactive decay and nuclear radiation 
Producing monoclonal antibodies  BIO only Amounts of substances in equations HT only Nuclear equations
Use of monoclonal antibodies  BIO only Using moles to balanced equations HT only Half-lives and the random nature of radioactive decay 
Detection and identification of plant diseases  BIO only Limiting reactants HT only Radioactive contamination 
Plant defense responses  BIO only Concentration of solutions HT only  Background radiation PHY only
4.4 Bioenergics  Percentage yield CHEM only Different half-lives of radioactive isotopes PHY only
Photosynthetic reaction  Atom economy CHEM only Uses of nuclear radiation PHY only
Rate of photosynthesis  Using concentrations of solutions in mol/dm3 CHEM only Nuclear fission PHY only
Required practical - Photosynthesis Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases CHEM only Nuclear fusion PHY only
Uses of glucose from photosynthesis  Percentage yield CHEM only 4.5 Forces 
Aerobic and anaerobic respiration  4.4 Chemical changes  Scalar and vector quantities 
Response to exercise  Metal oxides Required practical- Force and extension
Metabolism  The reactivity series  Contact and non-contact forces
4.5 Homeostasis and response Extraction of metals and reduction  Gravity 
Importance of homeostasis  Oxidation and reduction in terms of electrons HT only Resultant forces 
Structure and function of the nervous system Reactions of acids with metals  Work done and energy transfer 
Required practical - Reaction time Neutralization of acids and salt production Forces and elasticity 
The brain  BIO only Soluble salts Moments, levers and gears PHY only
The eye  BIO only Required practical - Making salts Pressure in a fluid
Control of body temperature  BIO only The pH scale and neutralization Pressure in  a fluid 1
Human endocrine system  Titrations Pressure in a fluid 2 HT only 
Control of blood glucose concentration  Required practical - Neutralization CHEM only Atmospheric pressure 
Maintaining water and nitrogen balance in the body  BIO only Strong and weal acids HT only  Describing motion along a line
Hormones in human reproduction  The process of electrolysis  Distance and displacement 
Contraception Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds  Speed
The use of hormones to treat infertility HT only Using electrolysis to extract metals  Velocity 
Negative feedback HT only Electrolysis of aqueous solutions  The distance-time relationship
Plant hormones- control and coordination  BIO only Required practical - Electrolysis Acceleration
Required practical - Germination BIO only Representation of reactions at electrodes as half equations HT only Required practical - Acceleration
Use of plant hormones  4.5 Energy changes  Forces, accelerations and Newton's Laws of motion
4.6 Inheritance, variation and evolution Energy transfer during exothermic and endothermic reactions  Newton's first law 
Sexual and asexual reproduction  Required practical - Temperature changes  Newton's second law
Meiosis  Reaction profiles  Newton's third law
Advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction   BIO only The energy change reactions HT only Forces and braking
DNA and the genome  Cells and batteries CHEM only Stopping distance 
DNA structure  BIO only Fuel cells CHEM only Reaction time
Genetic inheritance  4.6 The rate and extent of chemical change  Factors affecting braking distance 1 
Inherited disorders  Calculating rates of reaction Factors affecting braking distance 2
Sex determination  Factors which affect the rate of chemical reactions Momentum is a property of moving objects HT only
Variation Required practical - Rates of reaction Conservation of momentum HT only 
Evolution  Collision theory and activation energy Changes in momentum PHY only
Selective breeding  Catalysts 4.6 Waves 
Genetic engineering  Reversible reactions Transverse and longitudinal waves 
Cloning  BIO only Energy changes and reversible reactions Properties of waves 
Theory of evolution  BIO only Equilibrium  Required practical - Waves 
Speciation  BIO only The effect of changing conditions on equilibrium HT only Reflection of waves PHY only
The understanding of genetics  BIO only The effect of changing concentration HT only Sound waves PHY only
Evidence for evolution  The effect of temperature on equilibrium HT only Waves for detection and exploration PHY only
Fossils The effect of pressure changes on equilibrium HT only  Types of electromagnetic waves 
Extinction  4.7 Organic chemistry  Properties of electromagnetic waves 1
Resistant bacteria  Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes Properties of electromagnetic waves 2
Classification  Fractional distillation and petrochemicals Uses and applications of electromagnetic waves 
4.7 Ecology Properties of hydrocarbons  Lenses PHY only
Communities  Cracking and alkenes  Visible light PHY only
Required practical - Field investigations Structure and formula of alkenes CHEM only Required practical - Light PHY only
Abiotic factors  Reactions of alkenes CHEM only Emission and absorption of infrared radiation PHY only
Biotic factors Alcohols CHEM only Required practical - Radiation and absorption PHY only
Adaptations  Carboxylic acids CHEM only Perfect black bodies and radiation PHY only
Levels of organization  additional polymerization CHEM only 4.7 Magnetism and electromagnetism 
How materials are cycled  Condensation polymerization CHEM only Poles of a magnet
Decomposition  amino acids CHEM only Magnetic fields
Required practical - Decay BIO only DNA and other naturally occurring polymers CHEM only Poles of a magnet 
Impact of the environmental change  BIO only 4.8 Chemical analysis  Electromagnetism 
Biodiversity  Pure substances Fleming's left-hand rule HT only
Waste management  Formulations Electric motors HT only
Land use  Chromatography  Loudspeakers PHY only
Deforestation  Required practical - Chromatography  Induced potential PHY only
Global warming  Test for hydrogen Uses of the generator effect PHY only
Maintaining biodiversity  Test for oxygen  Microphones PHY only
Trophic levels  BIO only Test for carbon dioxide  Transformers PHY only
Pyramids of biomass  BIO only Test for chlorine  4.8 Space physics 
Transfer of biomass  BIO only Flame tests CHEM only Our solar system PHY only
Factors affecting food security  BIO only Metal hydroxides CHEM only The life cycle of a star PHY only
Farming techniques  BIO only Carbonates CHEM only Orbital motion, natural and artificial satellites PHY only
Sustainable fisheries  BIO only Halides CHEM only red shift PHY only
Role of biotechnology  BIO only Sulfates CHEM only  
  Instrumental methods CHEM only  
  Flame emissions spectroscopy CHEM only  
  Required practical - Identifying ions CHEM only  
  4.9 Chemistry of the atmosphere   
  The proportions of different gases in the atmosphere   
  The earths early atmosphere   
  How oxygen increased  
  How carbon dioxide decreased   
  Greenhouse gases   
  Human activities which contribute to an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere 
  Global climate change   
  The carbon footprint and its reduction   
  Atmospheric pollutants from fuels   
  Properties and effects of atmospheric pollutants   
  4.10 Using resources   
  Using the Earth's resources and sustainable development   
  Potable water  
  Waste water treatment   
  Required practical - Water purification  
  Alternative methods of extracting metals HT only   
  Life cycle assessment   
  Ways of reducing the use of resources   
  Corrosion and its prevention CHEM only  
  Alloys as useful materials CHEM only  
  Ceramics, polymers and composites CHEM only  
  The Haber process CHEM only  
  Production of uses of NPK fertilizers CHEM only  
  The Haber process CHEM only