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  • Biology Factsheet: 03. Which stats test should I use?

    Biology Factsheet: 03. Which stats test should I use?

      "Which statistical test should we use?" is a common question from Biology students. This Factsheet provides simple guidelines on when each type of statistical test should be used. The choice...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 04. Structure to function in eukaryotic cell

    Biology Factsheet: 04. Structure to function in eukaryotic cell

    The cell surface membrane and the membranes which form organelles in eukaryotic cells all have the same basic structure, known as the fluid mosaic model. Such membranes provide control of the entry a...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 05. An idiots guide to populations

    Biology Factsheet: 05. An idiots guide to populations

    A population is a group of organisms of one species in a particular location.  The location may be defined by natural boundaries (eg. an island) or defined by the researcher (eg a particular fiel...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 06. Tackling data interpretation questions I: ecology

    Biology Factsheet: 06. Tackling data interpretation questions I: ecology

    It is important that A-level students understand the abilities which they are expected to have developed during their study of Biology since these will be tested in their final examinations. In this r...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 07. Comparing transport in plants and animals

    Biology Factsheet: 07. Comparing transport in plants and animals

    Multi-cellular organisms need to provide every cell with oxygen, water and nutrients and to do this they need a transport system because diffusion would be too slow....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 08. The cell surface membrane

    Biology Factsheet: 08. The cell surface membrane

    The cell surface membrane (formerly called the plasma membrane) surrounds the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells. The membrane forms a selectively permeable barrier, controlling the substances that enter a...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 09. Oxygen dissociation curves

    Biology Factsheet: 09. Oxygen dissociation curves

    This Factsheet summarises: 1. The mechanisms of oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in blood 2. The interactions between the mechanisms of oxygen and carbon dioxide transport  and blood pH contro...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 10. Biology of freshwater pollution

    Biology Factsheet: 10. Biology of freshwater pollution

    Pollution can be defined as “The introduction by Man into the environment of substances or energy harmful to plant or animal life, or which damage amenity or structure”. This Factsheet con...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 11. Ecological succession

    Biology Factsheet: 11. Ecological succession

    Succession can be defined as the change in the structure and species composition of a community over time. It is very often confused with zonation - the change in species composition over an area....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 12. Respiration

    Biology Factsheet: 12. Respiration

    Cellular respiration is the process by which the energy contained in organic molecules  is made available for all of the active processes within a cell.  The usual substrate (the organic sub...

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