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  • Biology Factsheet: 19. Plant tissues

    Biology Factsheet: 19. Plant tissues

    This Factsheet will summarise the structure and function of simple and complex plant tissues.  ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 20. Nerves and synapses

    Biology Factsheet: 20. Nerves and synapses

      Nerve cells (neurones) are adapted for transmitting nerve impulses over long distances...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 21. Support in plants and animals

    Biology Factsheet: 21. Support in plants and animals

        Why is Support needed?  Animals and plants require support in order to maintain their shape.  Plants must support their above-ground structures so that they can:  ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 22. Protein synthesis: I -nucleic acids

    Biology Factsheet: 22. Protein synthesis: I -nucleic acids

    Proteins are large, organic molecules which play a fundamental role in metabolic activities including nutrition, respiration, transport,  sensitivity, co-ordination and reproduction....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 23. Genetics made simple

    Biology Factsheet: 23. Genetics made simple

      It is widely recognised that individuals of the same species have similar characteristic features. This similarity is called heredity. However, individuals within the species will also sh...

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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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