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The Nervous System
· The sensory organs detect stimuli, your sensory organs are your nose, ears, eyes, skin and tongue
· A stimulus is a change in your environment
· The sensory organs contain receptors, these are groups of cells that are sensitive to stimuli. They can change
stimulus…

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· Ovaries - oestrogen
· Testes - Testosterone
· Pancreas - Insulin
· Hormones are slow and nerves are fast
· Hormones last for a long time nerves act for a very short time
· Hormones are more general while nerves are very precise




BIOLOGY
NOTES
Christmas 2011
The Collector,…

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The Menstrual Cycle
· Stage 1 - day 1, the uterus lining breaks down
· Stage 2 - days 4 - 14 the uterus lining builds back up
· Stage 3 - day 14 a developed egg is released from the ovary
· Stage 4 - The wall is maintained…

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· The balance between sweat and urine depends on the activities you are doing on the day for example on a cold day
when you are not exercising you don't sweat much and produce more urine (paler as diluted)
· However on a hot day when we are exercising you…

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· The balance is important and ideally we want more HDLs than LDLs
· There are 3 main types of fat we can eat:
· Saturated fats, no = carbon bonds, they raise cholesterol in blood by increasing the amount that the liver and
decreases the amount it gets rid…

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Mocks
The Nervous System
· The sensory organs detect stimuli, your sensory organs are your nose, ears, eyes, skin and tongue
· A stimulus is a change in your environment
· The sensory organs contain receptors, these are groups of cells that are sensitive to stimuli. They can change
stimulus…

Page 3

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· Ovaries - oestrogen
· Testes - Testosterone
· Pancreas - Insulin
· Hormones are slow and nerves are fast
· Hormones last for a long time nerves act for a very short time
· Hormones are more general while nerves are very precise




BIOLOGY
NOTES
Christmas 2011
The Collector,…

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The Menstrual Cycle
· Stage 1 - day 1, the uterus lining breaks down
· Stage 2 - days 4 - 14 the uterus lining builds back up
· Stage 3 - day 14 a developed egg is released from the ovary
· Stage 4 - The wall is maintained…

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· The balance between sweat and urine depends on the activities you are doing on the day for example on a cold day
when you are not exercising you don't sweat much and produce more urine (paler as diluted)
· However on a hot day when we are exercising you…

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· The balance is important and ideally we want more HDLs than LDLs
· There are 3 main types of fat we can eat:
· Saturated fats, no = carbon bonds, they raise cholesterol in blood by increasing the amount that the liver and
decreases the amount it gets rid…

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