The importance of shapes fitting together in cells and organisms.


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The importance of shapes fitting together in cells and organisms.
  1. enzymes, enzyme substrate complexes
    1. digestion + assimilaition
      1. DNA helicase + polymerase, acetylcholinesterase for nerves,
        1. photosynthesis and respiration
        2. apoplastic and symplastic pathwways
          1. leaf structure
            1. maximises gas exchange in mesophyll layer, shape of palisade cells for max photon absorb, guard cells + stomata
          2. DNA
            1. nucleotides, pentose sugar, base, phosphate, DOUBLE HELIX
              1. good structure, physically and chemically.
            2. immunity, phagocytosis, antibodies and antigens
              1. Carbohydrates, protein, lipids structures
                1. phospholipid bilayer, importance for its processes
                2. the heard - the values
                  1. prevents back flow, max efficiency, less stress for heart + max nutrients and stuff for cells for reap...
                  2. muscles
                    1. structure, myofibrils, sarcoplasmic reticulum, sarcoplasm, muscle fibres, myosin heads, actin
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