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Hamble RefHT ONLYSep ONLYStudent Checklist Question123
B2.1.01 Why is the nervous system important?
B2.1.01 How is the nervous system adapted to its function?
B2.1.01 What do the control systems in the body include?
B2.1.01 How is this control made automatic?
B2.1.01 What is homeostasis?
B2.1.01 Why is homeostasis important?
B2.1.01 What things does homeostasis control?
B2.1.02 How is information transmitted in the nervous system?
B2.1.02 What is in the central nervous system?
B2.1.02 What is the role of the central nervous system?
B2.1.02 What are the stages of the reflex arc?
B2.1.02 How are the neurones adapted to their function?
B2.1.02 Why are reflex actions so important?
B2.1.02 How are reflex actions described?
B2.1.02 ★ Be able to extract and interpret data from graphs, charts and tables, about the functioning of the nervous system. ★
B2.1.02 ★ Be able to translate information about reaction times between numerical and graphical forms. ★
B2.1.03 Required Practical 7 - Reaction Time (AT skills 1,3,4)
B2.1.04 What is the endocrine system and what is its role?
B2.1.04 What are the names of the glands labelled 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in the following image?
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B2.1.04 What is the role of the bloodstream in the endocrine system?
B2.1.04 How does the endocrine system compare to the nervous system?
B2.1.04 What is the pituitary gland described as and what is its role?
B2.1.04 What do the hormones released by the pituitary gland do?
B2.1.04 ★ Students should be able to describe the principles of hormonal coordination and control by the human endocrine system. ★
B2.1.05 What organ monitors and controls blood glucose concentration?
B2.1.05 How does the pancreas control blood glucose levels?
B2.1.05 What do the liver and muscle cells do to excess glucose?
B2.1.05 How does insulin control blood glucose levels?
B2.1.05 What is type 1 diabetes and how is it treated?
B2.1.05 What is type 2 diabetes and how is it controlled?
B2.1.05 Which diabetes is obesity a risk factor for?
B2.1.05 ★ Students should be able to compare Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and explain how they can be treated. ★
B2.1.05 ★ Students should be able to extract information and interpret data from graphs that show the effect of insulin in blood glucose levels in both people with diabetes and people without diabetes. ★
B2.1.06 ★ Students should be able to translate tables and bar charts of glucose, ions and urea before and after filtration. ★