IB BIOLOGY HOMEPAGE
The IB Biology section of the Open Door Web Site is suitable for
International Baccalaureate and A-level biology
students. All of the information sheets in these
chapters have been contributed by Paul Billiet.
This link leads to information on biochemistry, respiration, photosynthesis, homeostasis, physiology, ecology, evolution and genetics.
This link leads to information on planning, analysis of results and discussion of results obtained from practical work.
Drawing in Biology
Drawing is still a very important skill in biology. Drawings help to record data from specimens. Drawings can highlight the important features of a specimen.
Tables are a convenient way of recording data. Nevertheless they do follow certain conventions.
Error Analysis in Biology
Error analysis in biology is no different from that in other sciences. Biology however is not an "exact" science in that much of the data collected by biologists is qualitative.
All About Graphs
For graphs to be understood there are some conventions that need to be learned.
Statistics are useful mathematical tools which are used to analyse data.
Scientists present their work at seminars or conferences. Unfortunately, not everyone can speak at a conference so many scientists present their work on posters which are exhibited during the conference.
Please feel free to use these images for homework, project work or lab reports. They are accurate in terms of formulae. The 3-D images are interpretations only!
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