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HSC Biology Topic - Maintaining a Balance [In-depth Syllabus-Based, 39 pages]

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This document (PDF) contains every focus point and every dot point in-depth of the HSC syllabus. For the dot points that ask for examples, I have provided many examples with diagrams and elaborate explanations relevant to the dot point. These notes have helped me achieve a band 6 in the independent trial and the CSSA, and will be greatly beneficial to anyone who uses them. It is nearly organised and succinct.

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Chemistry Biology Matter Respiratory physiology Greenhouse gases Inorganic solvents Hematology Equilibrium chemistry Carbon dioxide Blood Homeostasis Hemoglobin
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Chemistry Biology Matter Respiratory physiology Greenhouse gases Inorganic solvents Hematology Equilibrium chemistry Carbon dioxide Blood Homeostasis Hemoglobin
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The basis of healthy body-functioning in all organisms is the health of their cells. The physical and chemical factors of the environment surrounding these cells must remain within narrow limits for cells to survive. These narrow limits need to be maintained and any deviation from these limits must be quickly corrected. A breakdown in the maintenance of this balance causes problems for the organism. The nervous and endocrine systems in animals and the hormone system in plants bring about the coordinated functioning of these organ systems. They are able to monitor and provide the feedback necessary to maintain a constant internal environment. Enzyme action is a prime example of the need for this balance. Enzymes control al...
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