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  • Biology Form 5 Notes

    dissected leaves offer little resistance to running water and can be dragged through the water without tearing. Characteristics of hydrophytes: 1. A thin cuticle. Cuticles primarily prevent water loss, thus most hydrophytes have no need for cuticles. 2. Stomata that are open most of time because...

      1777 Words | 7 Pages   Heart valve, Mitral valve, Heart, Polar body

  • Chapters 1-5 Notes Ap Biology

    Chapter 1: Biology- The study of life A Hierarchy of Organization 1. Molecules 2. Organelle 3. Cell 4. Tissue 5. Organ 6. Organism Emergent Properties- Novel properties that emerge as each step up the hierarchy of biological order is taken. Reductionism- Reducing complex systems to simpler...

      3353 Words | 14 Pages   Hydrogen bond, Biomolecular structure, Denaturation (biochemistry), Chemical polarity

  • Chapter 1 Biology and Psychology Notes

    Chapter 9: The Voyage Through the Life Span Learning Outcomes Explain prenatal development and the role that sex hormones play. Explain the physical, cognitive, moral, social, and emotional development of children. Learning Outcomes Explain the physical, cognitive, moral, social and emotional development...

      1328 Words | 9 Pages   Stage theory, Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development, Prenatal development, Moral development

  • Grade 10 Biology Chapter 1 Notes

    Each piece of ladder’s side to which the rung is attached; is a building block molecule (Many building blocks strung together form a molecule of DNA) Genetic Code: The order in which the A, T, C & G building blocks are strung together (Is different in every individual except...

      3457 Words | 20 Pages   Cell (biology), Mutation, Reproduction, Cloning

  • Chapter 5 Sect 1 Notes History

    Chapter 5-Section 1 Notes Experimenting with Confederation Republic: A government in which citizens can rule through their elected representatives Republicanism: The idea that governments should be based on the consent of the people Articles of Confederation: When two levels of government shared...

      764 Words | 3 Pages   Articles of Confederation, United States Constitution, Republicanism in the United States, Debt

  • Intro to Psychology: Chapter Notes 1- 5

    October 22nd, 2012 Chapter 1- What is psychology? [pp. 1-23] LO1: Psychology as a Science (p. 4) * Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. * Seeks to describe, explain, predict, and control behavior and mental processes. * Theory * propose reason for...

      4753 Words | 31 Pages   Lateralization of brain function, Human brain, Substance dependence, Alcoholism

  • Form 4 Biology Note

    Biology Form 4 Notes (2003-2004)2005 Jordan Mifsud (4.8) 5.8 TOPIC 1: NUTRITION The 7 Basic Food Substances All the food we eat is made up of the following 7 basic substances: 1. Carbohydrates 2. Fats 3. Proteins 4. Vitamins 5. Minerals 6. Fibre 7. Water Carbohydrates, fats, proteins...

      12758 Words | 84 Pages   Pancreas, Chyme, Pepsin, Nutrition

  • Biology Form 5

    Question 1 Transpiration is the evaporation of water vapour from the leaves surface. Air movement is one of the factor that affects the evaporation of water vapour. A group of student carried out an experiment to study the effect of air movement on rate of transpiration of plants. Diagram 1 shows the...

      747 Words | 4 Pages   Experiment, Transpiration, Water vapor

  • Biology Unit 5 Notes

    new tissues from stem cells, and growing a culture of the needed type of cell after speciailisation. (That is TOTALLY spelt wrong.) Oestrogen: 1. The DNA binding site on a Transcription Factor (the thing that stimulates transcription), can sometimes be inhibited 2. Oestrogen is lipid soluble...

      4153 Words | 15 Pages   Protein biosynthesis, Base pair, Nucleic acid sequence, Mitochondrion

  • Biology Notes Chapter 4

    it be found? Transports nutrients, gases and other substances around the body and maintains a constant internal environment All around the body in forms of veins, arteries and capillaries What is the role of the excretory system and where can it be found? Removal of metabolic waste from the body and...

      762 Words | 3 Pages   Leaf, Tissue (biology), Gas exchange, Stoma

  • Biology Chapter 5

    CHAPTER 5: MORE DETAILED All living things contain four main classes of large molecules know as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Polymer: a long molecule consisting of many similar and identical building blocks linked by covalent bonds. Monomers: building blocks that form polymers...

      1314 Words | 4 Pages   Fatty acid, Globular protein, Pyrimidine, DNA

  • Biology form 4 chapter 3

    substances move down their concentration gradient, hence no energy is required. Passive transports can happen through three different channels, namely 1. lipid bilayer 2. pore protein 3. carrier protein SIMPLE DIFFUSION What is diffusion? Diffusion is the movement of particles from a high density...

      656 Words | 5 Pages   Passive transport, Semipermeable membrane, Active transport, Adenosine triphosphate

  • BIOLOGY form 4 chapter 2

    Non organelle b) Non organelle Characteristics Functions 1. Plasma/cell membrane -made of_________ & phospholipids -________ permeable -it regulates the_______of substances_____and out of the cytoplasm 2. Cell wall (Plant cell) -made of _________. - _______ to all fluids -gives _____ to...

      362 Words | 3 Pages   Cell membrane, Golgi apparatus, Endoplasmic reticulum, Vacuole

  • Chapter 1 Notes 1

    Chapter 1:   Strategic Management  HTM 612 Li Miao Learning Objectives • Describe the key elements in the strategic management  process. • Discuss the three different perspectives or approaches used  in understanding strategy, including the traditional  perspective, the resource­based view, and the stakeholder ...

      1108 Words | 20 Pages   Strategic management

  • Chapter 1: What Is Biology?

    NOTES FOR BIOLOGY 1001 SECTION 001 Fall 2012 DR. STEVEN POMARICO, INSTRUCTOR CHAPTER 1 AN INTRODUCTION TO LIFE ON EARTH What is Biology? --- The science of living organisms and life processes. O.K., so what is science? And If biology is the science of “life,” what exactly...

      817 Words | 6 Pages   Cell (biology), Kingdom (biology), Prokaryote, Eukaryote

  • Biology Ch. 1 Notes

    Like the study of all sciences, biology is an attempt to better understand the world around us. Specifically, biology deals with the living things in the world. Biology is divided into zoology –the study of animal life- and botany – the study of plants. This is a very superficial division because there...

      793 Words | 3 Pages   Scientific theory, Experiment, Scientific method, Life

  • Biology (Chapter 1)

    Chapter 1 1.1 The study of Biology * Biology is the organised study of life and living things, and their interactions with one another and the natural environment. The importance of Biology * Biological research brought benefits to our lives and environment...

      324 Words | 2 Pages   Zoology, Biology, Human body, Botany

  • Biology Questions Chapter 1

    larger usually expressed in from 10 times. Resolution/ resolving power makes detail appear clearly. For light and electron microscopes the part used to form an image is the objective lens and beam of electrons respectively. No, greater magnification does not always allow you to see clearly as the naked eye...

      2273 Words | 6 Pages   Nucleic acid, Digestion, Nutrient, Disaccharide

  • Chemistry chapter 5 notes

    Chapter 5 Electrons in Atoms 5.1 Models of the Atom Development of Atomic Models  First "modern" model - John Dalton (1808) ·  J. J. Thomson (1897) · ·  Ernest Rutherford (1911) ·  Niels Bohr (1913) · proposed how electrons were arranged around the nucleus ·...

      1058 Words | 8 Pages   Electromagnetic radiation, Radiation, Wave, Wavelength

  • Chapter 5 test notes

    CHAPTER 5 TEST Integumentary System: Made up of the skin, and its derivatives (sweat and oil glands, hairs, and nails) make up a complex set of organs that serve several functions (mostly protective). The Skin: Accounts for about 7% of total body weight Weighs 9-11 pounds Surface area of 1.2-2...

      439 Words | 3 Pages   Adipose tissue, Keratinocyte, Integumentary system, Subcutaneous tissue

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