The "Thrive in Bioscience" revision guides are written to help students achieve exam success in all core areas of bioscience. Each title encourages the reader to follow four steps to maximise their learning, with features to support this process.
Step One: Review the facts
The revision guides are designed to help learning be quick and effective:
- Information is set out in bullet points, making it easy to digest.
- Clear, uncluttered illustrations illuminate what is said in the text.
- Key concept panels summarise the essential learning points.
Step 2: Check your understanding
Readers are encouraged to:
- Complete the questions at the end of chapters and online multiple-choice questions to reinforce their learning.
- Use the flashcard app to master the essential terms and phrases.
Step 3: Take note of extra advice
Revision tips, and hints for getting those precious extra marks in exams, are presented throughout.
Step 4: Go the extra mile
Readers can explore the suggestions for further reading to take their understanding one step further.
Each title in the series is tailored to maximise understanding and achievement, to ensure that the reader really can thrive in their studies. They are the perfect course companions for any bioscience degree. Each title in the series is accompanied by the following digital resources:
- A flashcard glossary app, enabling the user to test their understanding of key terminology;
- A bank of interactive MCQs, giving users a hands-on way to check they have fully understood the concepts presented.
1: Cell components
3: Flow of information
4: Metabolism and bioenergetics
5: Metabolism of structural components
6: Integration of metabolism
7: Plant and microbial metabolism
8: Biochemical methods
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Dr Lynne Cox is a Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, where her research interests lie in DNA, how it is copied accurately and how this is co-ordinated within the cell division cycle. Lynne is also a Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and Tutor in Biochemistry.
Dr David Harris is the Director of Teaching in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in Biochemistry at St Anne's College, Oxford. David carried out his DPhil research at the University of Amsterdam, and returned to Oxford to take up the Weir Junior Research Fellow at University College. He then was appointed to a University lectureship at Leeds University, where he taught from 1979 to 1986. He returned to Oxford to take up the EP Abraham Cephalosporin Fellowship in Biochemistry at St Anne's.