Biology - exchanges with the environment

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1 EXCHANGES WITH THE ENVIRONMENT.

All living organisms need to exchange materials with their environment. e.g taking in nutrients and releasing CO2 and other excretory products.

single celled organisms have a large surface area to volume ratio and are able too exchange materials by diffusion through the body surface. 

A larger organism such as a human however, has a

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