Type 2 diabetes develops when you don't make enough insulin, or your body stops responding to it.
"...a supporting rod running the length of their body.""...cells that contain chloroplasts.""...the ability to feed saprophytically.""...the ability to feed autotrophically."
Vertebrates all have a backbone.
The lungs and digestive system can get clogged up with the excess mucus.
It's the nucleus.
It's a chromosome.
Nicotine is the main addictive substance in cigarettes.
Chemical messgaesElectrical impulsesNeurotransmittersHormones
Information travels from one end of a neuron to the other as an electric impulse.
Anaerobic respiration in humans produces lactic acid. In some plants, it can produce carbon dioxide instead.
an organan organ systeman organismtissue
A group of the same cells is called tissue.
Sperm and egg cells each have a set of unpaired chromosomes, making them haploid.
Two cells that are genetically different.Two cells that are genetically identical.Four cells that are genetically different.Four cells that are genetically identical.
Mitosis produces two identical daughter cells.
Air in the lungs has a higher concentration of oxygen, so oxygen moves into the blood by diffusion.
Can You Pass This GCSE Biology Test?
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But only by the skin of your teeth.
A solid pass. Give yourself a pat on the back.
Not bad! You're pretty well versed in GCSE Biology, although there are one or two areas that you could do with brushing up on if you plan on taking the exam any time soon.
Well done! You know your stuff. If you took a GCSE Biology exam now, you might just pass it.
Congratulations! If only real GCSEs were multiple choice, eh?
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