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Stage 2 Biology Key Ideas

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includes all the key ideas for stage 2 biology completed in 2016 (SACE- south australian certificate of education)

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Biology Molecular biology Protein biosynthesis Gene expression Organelles Molecular genetics Translation Cell membrane Mitochondrion Protein Messenger RNA Ribosome
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2 Explain the significance of surface area to volume ratio • Cells are small allowing them to excrete waste and obtain nutrients easily through diffusion • Small cells (small surface area to volume ratio) allow materials to reach the cells intracellular and extracellular environment faster • As the cell grows, surface area increases, volume increases, but surface area to volume ratio decreases; this is because volume increases faster than surface area • Therefore, as the cell grows it becomes less efficient in exchanging materials with its environment C2.1 Compare prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells Prokaryotic: • No nucleus • No membrane bound organelle • Singular circular chromosome • Small (1-10μm) Eukaryotic: • Nucleus • ...
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