Biology Notes

  • Structure of Human Tooth

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  • Enzymes and pH

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  • Homeostasis

    Two stages of Homeostasis","right":"- There are 2 stages in a homeostatic system:\n - Detecting changed from a stable state\n -


  • Mammalian Transport System

    n\ncarbon dioxide\n\noxygen\n\nwater\n\nsalts\n\n[lipids](#51d92d382478cd220a00023e)\n\nnitrogenous waste other products of digestion","right":"- Blood: watery liquid in which many substances dissolve and transports oxygen, nutrients etc.\n- Components of blood:\n - Plasma:\n - 55% of blood.\n - Watery solution\n - Transports dissolved CO2, salts, nitrogenous wastes, sugars, amino acids, vitamins, water, lipids\n - Red blood cells:\n - 44% of blood\n - [Haemoglobin](#51d92c082478cd220a00023c):\n - Complex protein containing Fe\n - Carries O2\n - O2 + Haemoglobin  Oxyhaemoglobin (red)\n - During respiration when O2 concentration is low opposite of above occurs.\n - White blood cells:\n - <1%\n\nCO2 Transport\n\n- Most CO2 enters the red blood cells and is combined with water to form bicarbonate ions (HCO3-). Some is attached to haemoglobin molecules in [red blood cells](#51d92cac2478cd220a00023d) and a small percentage is transported in plasma as dissolved CO2."},{"left":"**Explain the adaptive advantage of haemog


  • Structure of Penicillin

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  • Notes 9.1

    What is the equation for cellular respiration?","right":"- cellular respiration is the process that releases energy by breaking down food molecules in the presences of oxygen\n- the equation is 602+C6H12O6---------->6CO2=6H2O=36ATP\n- oxygen+glucose yields carbon dioxide+water+energy\n- cellular respiration has three parts,glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, and electron transport chain"},{"left":"Aerobic and


  • Membranes & Transports

    what is a cell membrane?","right":"allows things to pass through easily (oxygen & water)\n\nt


  • Cell Specialization

    Unicellular- organisms composed of one cell\n\nMulticellular- organisms composed of multiple cells (Many Different"},{"left":"Sp


  • INTERACTIONS AMONG ANIMALS

    __Organ Systems & Functions__\n\nRegulation: Nervous, Endocrine, and Respiratory\n\nNutrient Absorption: Digestive, Circulatory, Excretory \n\nReproductive: Endocrine & Reproductive \n\nDefense: Skeletomuscular, Integumentary, Immune"},{"left":"How do these organ systems work?","right


  • Chapter 1 Vocab - Lauscher

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  • Vocabulary 1-1

    Observation","right":"the action or process of observing something or some one carefully or in order to gain


  • Types of Immunity

    The ability of a body to recognize and destroy foreign substances."},{"left":"Types","right":"There


  • Metabolism

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