Biology for Matriculation Semester 2 Third Edition


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Author:

Lee Soon Ching
Sudani Sudin
Nalini B.
Jacqueline R. S.
Nor Azlina Abd Aziz

Available Resources:

Student Resources
• Learning Outcomes
• Answers to Model Exam Paper
• Additional Model Exam Paper with Answers
• Animations

Biology for Matriculation Semester 2 Third Edition is a comprehensive coursebook written for students studying Biology in local matriculation courses. It is based on the new Biology SB026 syllabus issued by the Matriculation Division, Ministry of Education, Malaysia. This coursebook aims to stimulate students’ interest in biology and help them gain a firm understanding of important principles and concepts in biology. In addition, it helps students prepare for their Biology examination.

This coursebook contains the following features.

  • Convenient Quick Revision Notes available
  • Clear and concise explanation of all the important concepts
  • Practice exercises called Quick Check after subtopics
  • Summary of key concepts at the end of each chapter
  • Focus on Exam exercises at the end of each chapter
  • Answers to all questions
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Model examination paper

 

Access to this title requires an activation code which is available when you purchase the printed book. Lecturers may request access by clicking on 'Lecturer Resources' to register.

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  • Convenient Quick Revision Notes available

  • Clear and concise explanation of all the important concepts

  • Practice exercises called Quick Check after subtopics

  • Summary of key concepts at the end of each chapter

  • Focus on Exam exercises at the end of each chapter

  • Answers to all questions

  • Glossary

  • Index

  • Model examination paper


 


 Available ResourcesStudent Resources
• Learning Outcomes
• Answers to Model Exam Paper
• Additional Model Exam Paper with Answers
• Animations

 AdditionalNotes
 

Access to this title requires an activation code which is available when you purchase the printed book. Lecturers may request access by clicking on 'Lecturer Resources' to register.