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Biology Revison
I'm studying A2 biology and have OCR for an exam board. I have a resit in Jan, unit 1 to up my grade so there'll be a bit of that in the upcoming time.
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coconutnlime:

Doodles from my sketchbook from last summer; apparently boredom meant drawing bunnies back then
coconutnlime:

More bunnies.
coconutnlime:

how one survives revision - plus classical music in the background with occasional film soundtracks playing
Uses of collagen

test-tings:

  1. found in the walls of the arteries preventing arteries from bursting as a result of high blood pressure being pumped from the heart.
  2. form tendons connecting bones to skeletal muscle to allow movement.
  3. bones are formed from collagen reinfoced by calcium phospate
  4. cartilage and connective tissue formed from collagen
  5. collagen is injected into lips to make the fuller.

alchymista:

I would like to introduce you to your vocal folds, which are more commonly known as your vocal chords. Seen here, starting at a low pitch and raising to a high pitch.
As labeled by Gray’s Anatomy: 
You can also see these vocal chords in action, as they sing the first few measures of the Star Spangled Banner!