The tutor gives a few facts about glycolysis. Glycolysis happens in the cytoplasm of the cell. It takes a glucose molecule (C6H12O6) and reacts it to two pyruvic acid (C3H4O3) molecules. The process involves inputs and outputs of water and …

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The phenomenon of the mild winter of Victoria, BC, compared to the much colder one of Halifax, NS, has a reason…. Typically, spring blooms begin in Victoria, BC, in February. I’m a Maritimer, so I can tell you that a …

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The tutor makes some comparisons between protists and bacteria. Members of Kingdom Protista are generally single-celled organisms that live in water. They form a significant part of ocean plankton. Bacteria are typically single-celled as well, and are found virtually everywhere …

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