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  • Biology Factsheet: 292. Investigating selective pressure on banded snails

    Biology Factsheet: 292. Investigating selective pressure on banded snails

    This Biofactsheet explains the concept of selective pressure using the example of song thrush predation of banded snails.   The banded snail Cepaea nemoralis, lives in leaf litter, ground veg...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 293. Synoptic Biology: Causes & treatment of leukaemia

    Biology Factsheet: 293. Synoptic Biology: Causes & treatment of leukaemia

    Leukaemia is a common synoptic exam question because it allows the examiners to test your understanding of several areas of Biology: • Stem cells • Cell cycle • Inheritance • ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 294. Do we still need vegetative propogation?

    Biology Factsheet: 294. Do we still need vegetative propogation?

    This Factsheet: • Outlines the process of vegetative reproduction in potatoes • Describes the advantages of vegetative reproduction • Discusses the possible advantages and problems o...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 295. Ebola

    Biology Factsheet: 295. Ebola

    According to the World Health Organization the Ebola virus has killed more than 3,000 people in the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria (Fig. 1). It is a dangerous path...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 296. Diesel fumes, asthma and cancer on Oxford St

    Biology Factsheet: 296. Diesel fumes, asthma and cancer on Oxford St

    Defra – the department for environment, food and rural affairs estimate that air pollution reduces life expectancy in the UK by an average of six months. The most important air pollutant causing...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 297. If extinction is natural, why worry about it?

    Biology Factsheet: 297. If extinction is natural, why worry about it?

    Plant and animals species become extinct naturally; they may become geographically isolated from other members of the same species or their habitat may change naturally resulting in them being unable ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 298. Lemming population cycles & climate change

    Biology Factsheet: 298. Lemming population cycles & climate change

    Lemmings are small mammals that live in the Arctic. Their main predators are stoats, which feed almost exclusively on lemmings but other predators include, snowy owls, arctic foxes and long-tailed sku...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 299. Should we cull the Geese?

    Biology Factsheet: 299. Should we cull the Geese?

    Lake Windermere has a population of resident birds – as does most of Britain (Fig.2) but this increases in winter as birds from elsewhere try to avoid harsh winter conditions and in summer when ...

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  • Biology Factsheet: 300. Type 2 Diabetes

    Biology Factsheet: 300. Type 2 Diabetes

    In 2013, 3.2 million people in the UK were diagnosed with diabetes. Of these 90% had Type 2 diabetes. This Factsheet will describe the cause and effects of Type 2 diabetes....

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  • Biology Factsheet: 301. Electron Microscopes

    Biology Factsheet: 301. Electron Microscopes

    Electron microscopes use a beam of electrons rather than a beam of light to create an image of a specimen. They give much higher magnification and resolution of the specimen than an optical microscope...

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