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  • Biology Form 5 Notes
    Aquatic Adaptation Aquatic plants - also called hydrophytic plants orhydrophytes - are plants that have adapted to living in aquatic environments. -One of the main problems facing submerged aquatic plants is their inability to obtain oxygen. Unlike terrestrial plants, these plants cannot obt
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    Biology [Biology Form 4] How to Synthesis Extracellular Protein? 1. Extracellular protein is the protein that is destined for export from a cell such as digestive enzyme that is made by pancreas cell. 2. The organelles that involved in the process are nucleus, ribosome, RER, Golgi app
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  • Biology Folio Form Four
    TECHNOLOGY USED IN FOOD PRODUCTION The efforts by Various Agencies to Diversity Food Production ULAM Ulam or vegetable salad consists of fresh leaves , fruits , and other plant parts which are eaten raw . Examples of ulam include : pegaga ( Centella asiatica ) [pic] shoots of papay
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  • Biology
    Biology 1. The virus is made up of five parts and is in the size range of 10 nm-300 nm in diameter. The first is the coat made up of protein that protects the virus to a point. Next is the head that contains the genetic material for the virus. The genetic material for a virus is DNA. The two
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  • Biology
    Biology is the science of living systems. It is inherently interdisciplinary, requiring knowledge of the physical sciences and mathematics, although specialities may be oriented toward a group of organisms or a level of organization. BOTANY is concerned with plant life, ZOOLOGY with animal lif
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  • Choas Theory in Biology
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  • Biology Basic
    1. Give several examples of the diversity of living things. Organism inhabits almost every place on Earth. Even the most extreme locations contain life. Tiny organisms inhabit the Antarctic ice, giant worms live near hot vents on the ocean floor, and some organisms even live inside other organisms.
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  • Biology Revisited
    Concepts and Methods in BiologyBiology RevisitedA. What is life?1. Experience and education refine our questions and our answers.2. Consider the meaning of "alive."3. This book is biology revisited. It will provide:a. Deeper understanding.b. A more organized level of understanding.B. To biologists,
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  • Biology
    Lab Report 1 Principles of Biology 1(BIOL 100) Fall 2001 Gerard Chretien Living cells perform a multitude of chemical reactions very rapidly because of the participation of enzymes. Enzymes are biological catalysts, compounds that speed up a chemical reaction without being used u
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  • Biology
    By Gerard Chretien Biology Photosynthesis:Energy from the Sun Identifying Photosynthetic Reactants And Products A. The water for photosynthesis in land plants comes primarily from the soil and must travel from the roots to leaves. B. Carbon dioxide is taken in, and water a
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  • Biology and Behavior Animal Testing
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  • Biology Paper
    To understand behaviorism - must be seen as a methodological proposal of explaining the behavior of organisms from the lowest to the highest. Explaining human and nonhuman behavior by reference to scientific laws and the theories expressed of physical states, events, and entities. Because modern
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  • Biology - How Light Intensity Affects the Rate of Photosynthesis
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  • The Science of Biology
    The Science Of Biology: · Biology is the study of life · Biology is formed by the concepts, principles and theories that allow people to understand the natural environment · There is an order in the natural world Biologists Study The Interactions Of Life: · Living things do not exist in iso
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  • Book Summary of the Use and Abuse of Biology
    Part 1 Marshall Sahlins is one of the most prominent American anthropologists of our time. He holds the title of Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago where he presently teaches. Marshall Sahlins', The Use and Abuse of Biology, is an e
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  • Biology Coursework
    Biology coursework The aim of this experiment is to investigate the affect of pH on the enzyme amylase. The amylase is used to break down the polysaccharide starch. Amylase is a digestive enzyme classified as a saccharidase (an enzyme that cleaves polysaccharides). It is mainly a constituent of p
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  • Biology: Cell Functions
    The scientific method is the experimental testing of a hypothesis formulated after the systematic, objective collection of data. A scientist who studies our immune system phrased this idea very well: I now appreciate how much I learn by being wrong. I can change my mind when confronted with
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  • For Some People Science Is the Supreme Form of Knowledge. Is This View Reasonable or Does It Involve a Misunderstanding of Science or Knowledge?
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