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  • Respiration 2.802 Molecular biology

    Respiration is one of the seven characteristics of all living things and it is essential for life. This topic covers the basics of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. It is important to know what the role of ATP is in cells and also to have experience of us

    …ld be known. Anaerobic cell respiration in yeasts is used to produce ethanol and carbon dioxide in baking. In the human body anaerobic respiration is used to maximize the power of muscle contractions & produces lactate. Know how to use simple respiro…

  • Carbon Cycle 4.3 04 Ecology

    A short paragraph two sentences outlining the content of this sub-topic (what is it about, and why it is useful) A square image (right alligned) size 100 x 100 Learn and test your biological vocabulary for 4.3 Carbon cycle using these flashards 

    The processes of the carbon cycle include photosynthesis and respiration but this topic gets tricky in other connected aspects of the global carbon cycle. These include storage of carbon containing molecules in peat, fossil fuels, coral, and the ocea…

  • 02 Molecular biology

    This is an introduction to the molecular biology topic

    …ld be known. Anaerobic cell respiration in yeasts is used to produce ethanol and carbon dioxide in baking. In the human body anaerobic respiration is used to maximize the power of muscle contractions & produces lactate. Skills Know how to use simple…

  • 04 Ecology

    An introduction to the Ecology topic

    …Chemical energy in carbon compounds flows through food chains by means of feeding. Energy released from carbon compounds by respiration is used in living organisms and is eventually converted to heat which is lost from ecosystems. Living organisms c…

  • Energy flow 4.204 Ecology

    The transfer of energy within food webs. This topic is all about the way that energy from sunlight is trapped by photosynthesis and then passed from organism to organism in a food web. Being able to describe the path taken by the energy as well as int

    …Chemical energy in carbon compounds flows through food chains by means of feeding. Energy released from carbon compounds by respiration is used in living organisms and is eventually converted to heat which is lost from ecosystems. Living organisms c…