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  • Biology Factsheet: 224. Why we need biodiversity: Medicine

    Biology Factsheet: 224. Why we need biodiversity: Medicine

    All organisms contain chemicals that help to protect them against  disease or attack by other species. For example, a huge number of  completely separate species contain similar proteins t...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 225. Synoptic Biology: Water Potential

    Biology Factsheet: 225. Synoptic Biology: Water Potential

    This Factsheet reviews the very wide range of exam questions that test your understanding of water potential. ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 226. The herpes simplex virus and Alzheimer’s disease

    Biology Factsheet: 226. The herpes simplex virus and Alzheimer's disease

    This Factsheet:  • Summarises the latest research efforts to find a cure for  Alzheimer’s  • Reviews typical exam questions on viral infections...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 227. RuBP Carboxylase – the most important enzyme on the planet?

    Biology Factsheet: 227. RuBP Carboxylase – the most important enzyme on the planet?

    Photosynthesis represents the key step in the conversion of solar  energy to chemical bond energy and so, via food chains, provides  a source of energy for most living organisms.  The...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 228. Biology of risk factors 3: Neural Tube Defects and folic acid

    Biology Factsheet: 228. Biology of risk factors 3: Neural Tube Defects and folic acid

    Between 700-900 babies are born in Britain each year with Neural  Tube Defects, (NTDs), where the nervous system of the fetus has  failed to develop normally. Most of these babies die in t...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 229. Huntington’s disease

    Biology Factsheet: 229. Huntington's disease

    This Factsheet uses the example of Huntington's disease to develop your understanding of inheritance and the ethics of genetic testing....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 230. Accuracy, Validity and Reliability

    Biology Factsheet: 230. Accuracy, Validity and Reliability

    This Factsheet explains what these terms mean and surveys the  very wide range of exam questions that can test your understanding  of them. ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 231. How Science Works: Should I eat lots of fibre to avoid colon cancer?

    Biology Factsheet: 231. How Science Works: Should I eat lots of fibre to avoid colon cancer?

    This Factsheet:  • summarises the results of several studies into the possible health  effects of eating fibre  • illustrates typical exam questions which ask you to evalua...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 232. The Biology of a nail in the foot

    Biology Factsheet: 232. The Biology of a nail in the foot

    “It doesn’t mention anything about nails ib the foot on my Specification, why should I bother reading this Factsheet?”  Three reasons:  1. It’s a brilliant synoptic...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 233. Conservation Techniques: Coppicing

    Biology Factsheet: 233. Conservation Techniques: Coppicing

    This Factsheet:  • Describes the conservation management of woodlands by  coppicing  • Reviews recent exam questions on this topic WebRep currentVote noRating n...

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