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Maintaining a Balance

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Contains syllabus dot points notes, balanced equations, first hand investigations, definitions, calculations and in depth analysis.

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Biology Chemistry Respiratory physiology Hematology Inorganic solvents Excretion Oxygen Homeostasis Blood Osmoregulation Gas exchange Metabolism
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Biology Chemistry Respiratory physiology Hematology Inorganic solvents Excretion Oxygen Homeostasis Blood Osmoregulation Gas exchange Metabolism
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There are two types of metabolic reactions: - catabolic reactions involve the breaking down of larger molecules - anabolic reactions involve the building up of large molecules Enzymes are biological catalysts, present in living systems. They increase the rate of a chemical reaction without being changed themselves by providing an alternative pathway to the rate of reaction, decreasing the activation energy required for the reaction to occur. They are named: - often after the substrate they catalyse with the suffix “-ase”, e.g. protease breaks down proteins, lipase ...
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