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Life on Earth, Patterns in Nature, Local Ecosystem

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Biology Plant anatomy Plant physiology Cell biology Biological processes Plant nutrition Gas exchange Cell membrane Metabolism Photosynthesis Stoma Respiration
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Each local aquatic or terrestrial ecosystem is unique CHAPTER 8.3, Patterns in Nature I. Organisms are made of cells that have similar structural characteristics II. Membranes around cells provide separation from and links with the external environment III. Plants and animals have specialised structures to obtain nutrients from their environment IV. Gaseous exchange and transport systems transfer chemicals through the internal and between the external environments of plants and animals V. Maintenance of organisms requires growth and repair CHAPTER 8.4, Life on Earth I. Analysis of the oldest sedimentary rocks provides evidence for the origin of life II. The fossil record provides information about the subsequent evolution of living thing III. Present-day organisms and the discovery of new organisms allows for better understanding of the origins of life and ...
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