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  •  Biology Factsheet: 134. Cystic Fibrosis

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      Cystic fibrosis(CF) is a common genetic disorder that occurs worldwide. It is the commonest inherited disease among white North Americans and Northern Europeans ...

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    The placenta is the life support system of the mammalian fetus within the  uterus, prior to birth. It enables the blood capillary systems (and some  surrounding tissues) of the mother and ...

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    Biology Factsheet: 136. Practical Investigations for Photosynthesis

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    Biology Factsheet: 137. GM Farm Scale Evaluation Trials

    In October 2003 the government announced the long-awaited results of its  controversial farm scale investigations into whether GM crops were  harmless or harmful for the environment. These...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 138. Biological Oxygen Demand

    Biology Factsheet: 138. Biological Oxygen Demand

    What is it?  It is the amount of oxygen used by organisms in a body of water over a  specified time period. By definition, aerobic organisms use oxygen in  respiration. The more orga...

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    Biology Factsheet: 139. Answering Exam Questions on the Heart

    When answering most exam questions on the heart it is essential that you know the basic anatomy of the heart, the cardiac cycle and how  the heart beat is controlled. You will be able to interpr...

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    Biology Factsheet: 140. Absorption in the Small Intestine

    This topic appears regularly in exams of all the Boards. This is not because  it is particularly difficult – in fact it’s pretty straightforward -  but because:  1. it can...

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    Geography Factsheet: 131. British Soils: A Basic Guide

      Soil is formed when mineral matter reacts with the organisms, air and water present at the surface of the earth....

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    Geography Factsheet: 132. The Tundra Biome

      The Tundra Biome is a cold treeless region found mainly polewards 60° N and includes areas of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Scandinavia and Russia. It is found between the polar ice cap...

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    Geography Factsheet: 133. Earthquakes: Why do some places suffer more than others?

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