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The Chapters Index

Part I : Introduction
Living and Non-living Things
Groups of Animals

Part II : Movement and Feeding
Carnivores, Herbivores and Omnivores
Movement on Land
Joints in the Human Skeleton
How Muscles Work
Movement in the Air
Movement in Water
Recognizing and Choosing Food
How Animals Feed : Carnivores
How Animals Feed : Herbivores
How Food is Digested

Part III : How Living Organisms Breathe
Breathing in the Air : The Lungs
Into the Thorax
The Breathing System of Insects
Animals which Breathe through their Skin
Breathing Underwater
Air-breathing aquatic animals
How Plants Breathe
Living without Oxygen

Part IV : How Plants Feed
Feeding in Green Plants
Plants which Feed in Different Ways

Part V
How Feeding and Breathing are Connected

Part VI : Animal Reproduction
Introduction to Animal Reproduction
Mating and Fertilization
Reproduction in Birds
Reproduction in Mammals
Different Ways of Growing

Part VII : Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Flowers and Reproduction
The Structure of Insect Pollinated Flowers
Pollinating Mechanisms
Wind-pollinated flowers
Fruits and Seeds
Seed Germination

Part VIII : Introduction to the Earth
The Earth

Part IX : Climates and Biomes
Weather and Climate
The Environment : The Atmosphere
The Greenhouse Effect
Is there life on Mars?
Hydrosphere, Lithosphere and Biosphere

Part X : The Environment
Environmental Factors Appropriate for Life
What is soil made of?
Life in the Soil
Environment and Distribution
The Seasons
The Seasons and the Sun
How Seasons Influence the Biosphere
Human Influences on the Environment

Part XI : Cells
Introduction :Cells

Part XII : Biodiversity : The Variety of Life on Earth
Collecting, Describing and Classifying
How Biologists Classify Species : Similarities and Differences
Putting Things into Groups I
Putting Things into Groups II

Part XIII : Plant Dispersal
Colonization of a Habitat
Flowering Plants
The Spore-producing Plants
Dispersal is Not Just for Plants

Part XIV : Seasonal Influences on Plant Populations
How the Plant populations in the Biosphere Change from One Season to the Next
How Plants Survive Winter
In the Spring : Germination

Part XV : Animal Dispersal
Reasons for Animal Dispersal
Changing shape to Travel Better

Part XVI : Seasonal Changes in animal Populations
Animals in Winter
Animals in Spring

Part XVII : Human Influences on Populations
The Extinction of Species
Introduced Species
How humans Can Help
National Parks in France

Part XVIII: Energy and Activity

Feeding, Breathing and Activity

Activity in a Changing Climate

When the Climate is too Cold for Animals to Remain active

How Plants Survive in Winter

Part XIX : Colonizing and Populating Habitats

Seeds and Spores

Animal Life Cycles and Dispersal

Asexual Reproduction

Sexual reproduction or Asexual reproduction?

Part XX: How Organisms Communicate

The Effect of Stimuli on the Behaviour of an organism

Emitters and Receptors

Communication inside the Organism

Part XXI: The Heart and Blood System

Part XXII: The Interdependence of Living Things

Social Behaviour of Animals

Special Relationships between Animals and Plants

The Ecosystem : An Interacting Community

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