Tutor HuntResources

Biology Resources

 

Daisy

Nominate a living woman biologist for a Nobel Prize and justify your choice

Mary-Claire King is known for many things, a geneticist, a mother, a teacher, and a human activist. These personality traits make Mary the astonishing and influential woman she is tod...
Vinay

Digestion by enzymes

DigestionDigestion is the breakdown of larger, insoluble molecules into smaller, soluble ones so that they can be absorbed by the body. Digestion happens in many different parts of th...
Margarita

The key Stages of Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis is an ENDOTHERMIC reaction (takes in heat energy). There are two different photosystems, each containing a slightly different version of the CHLROPHYLL molecule. (a-b...
Alisa

How Plants Grow (A Level)

Growth is a permanent increase in the size of an organism or of some part of it. It occurs due toA. cell divisionB. assimilation of new material within the cells that resulted from ...
Elpi

Caenorhabditis elegans as an animal model for behavioural neuroscience

Caenorhabditis elegans as an animal model for behavioural neuroscienceCaenorhabditis elegans is a nematode found in nature in soil and rotten fruit, approximately 1mm in length. Altho...
Ali

Analysis of cells for biologically important macromolecules

Analysis of cells for biologically important macromolecules Abstract Biologically important macromolecules, such as proteins and carbohydrates are vital to the function of a multicel...
Aaryan

How substances are transported from one organ to another in plants and animals.

Hemoglobins are a group of chemically similar molecules found in a wide variety of organisms. They are protein molecules with a quaternary structure that has evolved to make it effici...
Sienna

What is Protein Synthesis?

Protein SynthesisThe DNA code for the protein remains in the nucleus, but a copy, called mRNA, moves from the nucleus to the ribosomes where proteins are synthesised in the cytoplasm....
Olley

Biological Molecules - GCSE

Biological MoleculesCarbohydratesThese are molecules made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen only. It s in the name carbo(carbon)hydr(hydrogen)ate(a suffix which means containi...
Akshara

Pharmacology introduction: receptors

Receptor I Quiz A chemical is nothing without it s ____receptors_______? 4 different types of receptors? Ligand gates ion channels, G protein coupled receptors, tyrosine kinase link...
See All Resources        View All Subjects