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Decks in this class (25)

2.1.1 - Cell Structure
What does a microscope allow us t...,
Eyepiece graticule,
Stage micrometer
127  cards
5.1.3 - Neuronal Communication
Main functions of nervous system,
Two parts of the nervous system,
What is a neuron
62  cards
2.1.5 - Biological Membranes
Phospholipid structure,
Properties of phospholipid,
Why does soap dissolve the membra...
68  cards
2.1.4 - Enzymes
What does a substrate need to hav...,
How does charge in ph alter the r...,
Allosteric enzyme regulation
35  cards
2.1.6 - Cell Division, Cell Diversity and Cellular Organisation
What s in interphase,
114  cards
3.1.1 - Exchange and Transport
Factors affecting exchange system,
How does size affect the need for...,
How does sa v affect the need for...
61  cards
2.1.3 - Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids
What is a nucleotide made of,
Phosphodiester bonds,
Difference between ribose and deo...
49  cards
3.1.2 - Transport in Animals
Features of a good transport system,
Single circulatory system,
Double circulatory system
138  cards
3.1.3 - Transport in Plants
What distinguishes stems from oth...,
Role of vascular cambium,
Functions of roots
78  cards
4.1.1 - Communicable disease, disease prevention and the immune system
Communicable diseases,
4 groups of organisms
161  cards
4.2.2 - Classification and Evolution
5 kingdoms,
Animal kingdom,
Fungi kingdom
51  cards
2.1.2 - Biological Molecules
Definition of carbohydrate,
General formula of carbohydrates,
3 main groups of simple carbohydr...
151  cards
4.2.1 - Biodiversity
3 types of biodiversity,
Genetic diversity
52  cards
5.1.1 Communication and Homeostasis
The need for communication systems,
How we respond to changes,
Cell communication
45  cards
5.1.2 - Excretion
Respiratory acidosis,
Why must nitrogenous compounds be...,
86  cards
5.2.1 - Photoynthesis
60  cards
5.2.2 - Respiration
Why do animals need energy,
48  cards
5.1.4 - Hormonal Communication
Exocrine gland,
Endocrine gland,
Examples of endocrine glands
55  cards
5.1.5 - Plant & Animal Responses
Nastic responses,
142  cards
6.1.1 - Cellular control
Characteristics of genetic code,
Properties of dna,
81  cards
6.2.1 - Cloning and biotech
Examples of processes that form g...
91  cards
6.1.3 - Manipulating genomes
What is needed for pcr,
Steps in pcr
85  cards
6.3.2 - Ecosystems
Open ecosystem
90  cards
6.1.2 - Patterns of Inheritance
Discontinuous variation,
Continuous variation
85  cards
6.3.2 - Population and Sustainability
Stages on population graph,
Populations can,
Types of limiting factors
54  cards

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