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PinkMonkey Online Study Guide-Biology

CHAPTER 2: THE CHEMICAL BASIS OF LIFE

2.0 Introduction

As we have seen in the last chapter, biology is the study of the natural world - the living world around us. Formerly the biologist merely classified plants and animals according to their size, shape ( i.e. anatomy), their physiology and their existence in nature. Scientists later discovered the chemical and physical bases of living things. From their own study they realized that there is a chemical similarity between a plant cell and an animal cell. This leads us to the study of the chemical basis of life.

Table of Contents

2.0 - Introduction
2.1 Structural Organization and Chemical Basis Of Life
2.2 Organic Compounds
2.3 Nucleotides and Nucleic Acid
2.4 Lipids

Chapter 3




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