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Content Notes for Maintaining a Balance Topic

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It covers all of the syllabus dot points in maintaining a balance as well as the third column activities. There are additional definitions and extra research outside of the syllabus to assist with understanding.

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Chemistry Respiratory physiology Equilibrium chemistry Household chemicals Catalysis Oxidizing agents Blood Hemoglobin Carbon dioxide Homeostasis Bicarbonate Catalase
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Chemistry Respiratory physiology Equilibrium chemistry Household chemicals Catalysis Oxidizing agents Blood Hemoglobin Carbon dioxide Homeostasis Bicarbonate Catalase
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(to grow and heal) It can be broken up into two processes: Anabolic: the reactions which synthesizes simple molecules into large organic compounds. e.g. large polysaccharide* molecule such as starch being made from monosaccharide units such as glucose *saccharide means sugar Catabolic: opposite of anabolic. It is the reaction which breaks down large organic compounds into simple molecules. egg. digestion of food, large food molecules such as proteins are broken down into small amino acids. ★ All these reactions, the process of metabolism, is sped up and carried out by little guys called enzymes​. They are biolog...
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