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4.Plant process that uses sunlight to make sugar and oxygen.
5.Unicellular, microscopic, circular ring of DNA some Photosynthesis others eat, Asexual reproduction plus plasmids.
6.These contain the elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen and the molecules glycerol and fatty acids
9.An individual animal, plant or singled-celled life form.
11.Biological catalysts which alter the rate of reaction without themselves being changed.
12.They are made of small subunits called Sugar.
13.An action by an organism, or part of an organism causing a change of position of place.
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1.The movement of particles across a cell membrane using energy from respiration against a concentration gradient.
2.The chemical reactions that break down nutrient molecules in living cells to release energy.
3.The net movement of water molecules from a weak solution to a strong solution across a partially permeable membrane
4.These contain the elements carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sometimes sulphur and phosphorus.
7.Something that plant cells, animal cells, fungi cells and protoctists cells share that contains genetic material
8.The net movement of particles from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration.
10.A living organism that absorbs water and inorganic substances from its roots

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