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  • Biology Factsheet: 24. Human digestion

    Biology Factsheet: 24. Human digestion

      This Factsheet summarises the key aspects of human digestion:  1. The gross anatomy of the human alimentary canal in relation to the processes of mastication, digestion and absorption.&n...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 25. Tackling data interpretation questions II: photosynthesis

    Biology Factsheet: 25. Tackling data interpretation questions II: photosynthesis

      Limiting Factors  The rate of photosynthesis is slowed down or limited by many factors. Photosynthesis involves hundreds of chemical reactions and the products of one reaction ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 26. Gas exchange in animals

    Biology Factsheet: 26. Gas exchange in animals

      All living organisms respire. They need to do this so that energy can be transformed into a form that cells can use. In aerobic respiration, oxygen is used by cells and carbon dioxide is ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 27. Biological effect of deforestation

    Biology Factsheet: 27. Biological effect of deforestation

    Forests help to regulate atmospheric composition and the hydrological cycle. They also help to form and then maintain soil structure and provide a habitat for millions of species. This Factshe...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 28. Feedback control mechanisms

    Biology Factsheet: 28. Feedback control mechanisms

        This Factsheet summarises the processes of negative and positive feedback control mechanisms and illustrates how such mechanisms help to regulate blood concentration, blood glucos...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 29. Plant and animal adaptations to dry environments

    Biology Factsheet: 29. Plant and animal adaptations to dry environments

      Xerophytes are plants which are adapted to live in dry conditions. Xeromorphic features are those which minimise water loss from the plant.  The vast majority of the water which plants ab...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 30. The biological importance of water

    Biology Factsheet: 30. The biological importance of water

    Water (H2O) is the most abundant molecule in cells, whole organisms and on earth. This is a consequence of the unique physical and chemical properties of water. This Factsheet will briefly exp...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 31. Enzyme control of metabolic pathways

    Biology Factsheet: 31. Enzyme control of metabolic pathways

    It is essential that the various biochemical processes occurring within an organism are adaptable. This means that the rates of biochemical reactions need to vary in response to change. In hum...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 32. Viruses made simple

    Biology Factsheet: 32. Viruses made simple

    Viruses lack the mitochondria necessary to derive energy and they cannot reproduce on their own.  They are dependent on their host cells and are only classed as living organisms when they...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 33. Fermentation made simple

    Biology Factsheet: 33. Fermentation made simple

      Fermentation involves the culture of cells in aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Industrial fermentation usually uses the large-scale culture of micro-organisms to produce useful products....

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