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    communicate it. Ability to Work with Others Students should participate in group work in such a way that he or she: • Shares the responsibility for achieving a group task shows concern for the fullest possible participation of each group member. Latest Revision June 2012 Page 8 2. Rationale of...
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    5 2 Summary of Content 2.1 2.2 AS Units A2 Units 6 6 7 3 Unit Content 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 AS Unit F211: Cells, Exchange and Transport AS Unit F212: Molecules, Biodiversity, Food and Health AS Unit F213: Practical Skills in Biology 1 A2 Unit F214: Communication, Homeostasis and Energy...
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  • Transport in Living Organisms
    CH 12 TRANSPORT IN LIVING ORGANISMS EXERCISE 1. FILL IN THE BLANKS (i) The principal physiological requirement of all organisms is the maintenance of …………………… (ii) The type of diffusion against the concentration gradient (up hill movement) involving the expenditure of energy ...
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  • thesis about wildlife&bio-diversity
     Evaluating river otter (Lontra canadensis) translocation success: Post-release monitoring via olfactory attractants and intraperitoneal transmitters, and local anglers’ attitudes A Thesis in Wildlife/Fisheries Biology By Jennifer Alexandra Bohrman Submitted in Partial...
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  • Lab Report
    Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Lectures prepared by Christine L. Case Bacterial and Eukaryotic Cells Learning Objective 4-1 Compare and contrast the overall cell structure of bacteria and eukaryotes. Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Microbial Cells 3  Prokaryote...
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  • Hsc Biology
    1.1.8: Compare responses of named Australian ectothermic and endothermic organisms to 11 Dot point 2 13 2.2.1: Identify the form(s) in which each of the following is carried in mammalian blood- 13 2.1.2: Explain the adaptive advantage of haemoglobin- 14 2.1.3: Compare the structure...
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  • Transposon-Mediated Insertional Mutagenesis in Gene Discovery and Cancer
    Gene Discovery and Cancer This dissertation is submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy By Jun Kong Team 113, Experimental Caner Genetics Group The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SA Darwin College University of Cambridge Silver Street Cambridge...
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  • my life
    develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment. These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right. IB learner profile The aim...
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  • Notes
    CHAPTER 11: TRANSPORT IN PLANTS Have you ever wondered how water reaches the top of tall trees, or for that matter how and why substances move from one cell to the other, whether all substances move in a similar way, in the same direction and whether metabolic energy is required for moving substances...
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  • chemistry
    (TEM) Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Uses electromagnets to focus beam of electrons Denser parts of specimen absorb more electrons creating contrast Can only be used on thin specimens Produces 2D image Magnification = x500,000 Resolution = 0.2 nm Scan beam of electrons across specimen Beam...
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  • american dream
    Learning/Attainment 5 6 2.1 AS Units 6 2.2 3 Summary of Content A2 Units 7 8 3.1 AS Unit F211: Cells, Exchange and Transport 8 3.2 AS Unit F212: Molecules, Biodiversity, Food and Health 16 3.3 AS Unit F213: Practical Skills in Biology 1 25 3.4 ...
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  • Biochemistry
    type, may display other signs of apparent immaturity, and may exhibit qualitative or quantitative chromosomal abnormalities, including various translocations and the appearance of amplified gene sequences. Such cells proliferate excessively and form local tumors that can compress or invade adjacent normal...
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  • Translocation
    Translocation A. The Munch pressure flow model The Principal of Pressure-Flow Model of Phloem Transport The Münch pressure-flow model is an explanation for the movement of organic materials in phloem .By the Münch pressure-flow experiment, two dialysis tubings are connected by a glass tube. The...
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    Chapter 36 Transport in Vascular Plants Lecture Outline Overview: Pathways for Survival The algal ancestors of plants obtained water, minerals and CO2 from the water in which they were completely immersed. For vascular plants, the evolutionary journey onto land involved the differentiation of the...
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  • physics 9
    functional groups, hydrolysis vs. condensation reactions, ATP, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids. 4. Chapter 4- a. Compare/contrast prokaryotes and eukaryotes b. Label the parts of animal and plant cells and define the function of the organelles in those cells. c. Compare/contrast animal...
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  • The Best Attitude
    the cell theory. 2.1.2 Discuss the evidence for the cell theory. 2.1.3 State that unicellular organisms carry out all the functions of life. 2.1.4 Compare the relative sizes of molecules, cell membrane thickness, viruses, bacteria, organelles and cells, using the appropriate SI unit. 2.1.5 Calculate the...
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  • Ft.Lauderdale High Ap Bio Project
    LEVEL 3 - Organs Made up of tissues that work together to perform a specific activity Examples - heart, brain, skin, etc. LEVEL4 - Organ Systems Groups of two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function for the organism. Examples - circulatory system, nervous system, skeletal...
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  • Plant Transport
    Plant Transport Plants are mostly made up of water. Lettuce is about 94% water and a potato is about 77% water. Plants need water for three main purposes: ------photosynthesis, -support -transport of chemicals Water is a raw material for photosynthesis. If water is in short supply, the rate of...
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  • Significance Biology
    vertebrate animal carrying nourishment and oxygen to and bringing away waste products from all parts of the body * Red Blood(mammals) * Red cell groups act as markers (inherited characteristics) for genes present on chromosomes, which are responsible for their expression. Blood Plasma * Blood...
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  • Biology
    particular tasks. E.g. red blood cells carry oxygen. ← An organ is a group of tissues grouped together to make a structure with a special function. E.g. the stomach is an organ with multiple layers of tissues. ← A system is a group of organs whose functions are closely related. E.g. the digestive system...
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