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Express Notes Science Form 3

  1. 1. Written By Ng Chee Kin B.Sc.(Hons.), MBA ngcheekin@gmail.com mrcheekin@blogspot.com.auAll Rights Reserved ©2012 Ng Chee Kin
  2. 2. Page 1 PREsSS E X p r e����� u .a 3. When oxyhaemoglobin reaches the body cells, it 4. The oxygen is then absorbed by the body cells CHAPTER 1 om breaks down and releases oxygen. for cellular respiration. Respiration 1.1 Human Breathing Mechanism Oxygen Oxygenated blood returns Oxygenated blood t.c to the heart pumped out of the Other 1. The human respiratory system: Heart heart Oxygen enters blood in body Blood capillaries Trachea the lungs cells around the alveoli po Deoxygenated blood Deoxygenated blood Bronchus Lungs pumped out of the heart returns to the heart Lung (plural: bronchi) gs Key: Movement of oxygen Haemoglobin Bronchiole Movement of oxygenated blood Oxyhaemoglobin iii Movement of deoxygenated blood lo Alveolus 1.3 The Importance of a Healthy Respiratory CHAPTER 2 (plural: alveoli) Bronchioles .b System Blood Circulation and Transport 1. Chemical substances which are harmful to the 2. The air flow during inhalation: 2.1 Transport System in Humans respiratory system are: in Nose Trachea Bronchus Bronchiole (a) nicotine, tar and carbon monoxide from 1. The human heart: Alveolus cigarette smoke (b) sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon Aorta ek Vena cava 3. The air flow during exhalation: monoxide, asbestos dust, coal dust and Pulmonary artery hydrocarbons from vehicles and factories. Semilunar Alveolus Bronchiole Bronchus valves 2. Tar and asbestos dust are carcinogenic, which Pulmonary Trachea Nose vein he means they can cause lung cancer if inhaled Right excessively. atrium 1.2 Transport of Oxygen in the Human Body Left atrium 3. Bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms 1. The oxygen dissolves in the moist lining of the produce toxins which cause illnesses. Tricuspid Bicuspid rc valve valve alveolus and then it diffuses into the blood 4. We need to improve the quality of air in order capillaries. to preserve healthy respiratory system. Left 2. In the blood capillaries, oxygen will combine Right ventricle m with haemoglobin in the red blood cells to form ventricle oxyhaemoglobin. SeptumTWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 3 5/26/2009 4:12:56 PM
  3. 3. Page 2 Pulmonary artery Aorta 4. Path of blood flow in the circulator system: 5. Double circulatory system: Pulmonary (a) Deoxygenated blood is pumped from the Vena cava vein heart to the lungs and oxygenated blood u Deoxygenated Oxygenated Right atrium Semilunar blood blood flows back again to the heart. (b) Oxygenated blood is pumped from the heat .a valves Vena cava to the rest of the body and deoxygenated Left atrium Lung blood flows back again to the heart. 6. Human blood transports many substances in our om Bicuspid body. Tricuspid valve Right Left valve atrium atrium Septum Substance Right From To Left ventricle transported ventricle t.c Right Left Oxygen (in Lungs All body Cardiac muscle ventricle Internal organs ventricle the form of cells (for example, oxyhaemoglobin) Deoxygenated blood Oxygenated blood liver, gut) Carbon dioxide All body cells Lungs po Digested food Small Liver and 2. Functions of the heart: (glucose, amino intestine all body (a) Pumps blood to all parts of the body. acids) cells gs (b) Transports nutrients and oxygen to the body Rest of the body (for Waste materials Liver and Kidneys cells. example, head, arms, (such as urea) cells (c) Transports carbon dioxide and waste iv legs) materials from the body cells. Hormones Endocrine Target lo 3. Types of blood vessels: glands organs Characteristic Artery Vein Capillary Structure Connective tissue .b Connective tissue 2.2 Human Blood 1. Human blood consists of: in (a) 55% plasma Lumen Smooth Lumen Smooth Lumen Endothelium muscle (b) 45% blood cells and platelets muscle 2. Types of blood cells: ek Endothelium Endothelium Type Function Size of lumen Small Large Very small Red blood cells Carries oxygen from the lungs to the body cells he Thickness of wall Thick, muscular, elastic Thin, less elastic, Only one cell thick and White blood Defends the body against muscular not muscular cells diseases Speed of blood flow Rapid Slow Very slow Platelets Helps in blood clotting rc Blood pressure Very high pressure Low pressure Very low pressure 3. Functions of blood: (a) Transports gases and dissolved substances Presence of valves No except at aorta and Yes No m (b) Protects the body against diseases pulmonary artery (c) Maintains the body temperature at 37oCTWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 4 5/26/2009 4:12:58 PM
  4. 4. Page 3 4. Compatibility of blood groups: 4. Transpiration is the process by which plant loses 3.2 The Urinary System in Humans water, in the form of water vapour. Recipient’s blood 5. Transpiration happens through the stomata u Donor’s group A B AB O Vena cava Aorta (singular: stoma), tiny pores on the leaves of blood group the plant. .a Adrenal A     6. Factors that affect the rate of transpiration: Renal gland (a) Light – the brighter the light, the greater vein B     Renal the rate of transpiration. om AB     artery (b) Temperature – the higher the temperature, O     the greater the rate of transpiration. Right Left (c) Humidity – the lower the humidity, the kidney kidney 5. Universal donor is a person with blood group O. greater the rate of transpiration. 6. Universal recipient is a person with blood group t.c (d) Wind – the faster the movement of air, the Ureters AB. greater the rate of transpiration. 7. Transpiration helps plants to absorb and transport Urinary 2.3 Transport System in Plants water and minerals. bladder po 1. The transport system in plants is called the Urethra vascular system. 2. There are two main vascular tissues: CHAPTER 3 (a) Xylem- transports water and mineral salts Excretion gs from the roots to the leaves  Cortex (b) Phloem- transports glucose from the leaves  3.1 Human Excretion v to all parts of the plants   lo 3. Xylem and phloem are found in the vascular 1. Excretion is a process of eliminating waste Cortex  Medulla bundle. products from the body.  Xylem Medulla  2. The organs responsible for removing waste   .b  products are called the excretory organs.   Renal artery   3. The waste products removed from the body are Phloem Pyramid called the excretory products. in Cross section of leaf Renal vein Pelvis Epidermis Excretory organ Excretory products ek Phloem vascular Xylem bundle Skin Water, mineral salts, urea Ureter pith Lungs Water, carbon dioxide he Cross section of stem Kidneys Water, mineral salts, urea 1. The human urinary system consists of: kidney, Root hair ureter, bladder and urethra. Cortex 4. Excretion helps to maintain the balance of water 2. Functions of kidneys: rc Endodermis content, chemical composition and pH in the (a) To filter blood. Xylem body system. (b) To remove urea, excess mineral salts and Phloem water to form urine. m Epidermis (c) To control the balance of water and chemical Cross section of root in the body.TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 5 5/26/2009 4:13:02 PM
  5. 5. Page 4 3. Kidney failure happens when the kidneys of 6. Most nitrogenous wastes are very poisonous. 4.2 Male Reproductive System a person unable to perform their functions 7. Some excretory products of plants are useful properly. to humans such as: morphine, opium, cocaine, u Organ Function 4. Kidney failure can be treated through dialysis tannins and oils. or kidney transplant. .a Testis (plural: • Produces sperms (the male 5. Dialysis is a method used to filter and remove testes) gametes) waste products from the blood of a patient. CHAPTER 4 • Produces male sex hormones Reproduction om 3.3 Excretion in Plants Scrotum • Holds and protects the testes 1. Plants excrete waste products mainly through 4.1 Understanding Sexual and Asexual Sperm duct • Transports sperms from the simple diffusion. Reproduction (vas deferens) testes to the urethra inside 2. Excretion in plant is mainly done through the t.c 1. Reproduction is a process of producing new the body cell wall and stomata. individuals by living organisms. 3. Mineral salts such as calcium carbonate and 2. Importance of reproduction: Urethra • Allows sperms to flow out of calcium oxalate are retained in the plant as (a) To increase the number of individuals of the the body crystals. po same species. 4. Minerals such as silicon salts are deposited in the (b) To ensure certain species does not become Penis • Transfers semen into vagina leaves to strengthen the leaf blade. extinct. during copulation 5. Nitrogenous waste products are removed when 3. Types of reproduction: gs plants shed their leaves, flowers or bark. Seminal • Secrete fluid which contains vesicles nutrients for the sperms Reproduction vi lo Sexual Asexual 1. Sperm: (Involving the male and the female gametes) (a) It is the male sex cell. Animals Plant Binary fission (bacteria) .b Regeneration (planaria) Budding (yeast) (b) It is produced by the testes. (c) It is also the smallest cell in the males’ body. in (sperm and ovum) (pollen grain Spore formation Vegetative (d) It is shaped like a tadpole, which has a head, and ovule) (moss, ferns and fungi) reproduction neck, middle piece and tail. (e) The head contains a nucleus which has ek genetic material. (f) The tail helps the sperm to move or swim in Seminal vesicle Vas deferens Seminal the female reproductive system. Vas deferens vesicle 2. Males reach puberty at 12 to 14 years old, which he Prostate gland is later than girls. 3. There are physical, emotional and physiological Epididymis Urethra Prostate changes during puberty. rc Urethra gland 4. The testes start to produce sperm and male sex Penis Penis hormones during puberty. Testis Scrotum m Scrotum TestisTWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 6 5/26/2009 4:13:03 PM
  6. 6. Page 5 4.3 Female Reproductive System 1. Ovum (plural: ova): (c) Fertile phase / ovulation phase (day 12 to 16) (a) It is the female sex cell. (d) Premenstrual phase (day 17 to 28) Oviduct (Fallopian tube) (b) It is produced by the ovary. 6. Women of about 50 years of age undergo u (c) It is the largest cell in the females’ body. menopause when their menstruation stops. (d) It is spherical in shape, which contains a .a nucleus and cytoplasm. 4.5 Fertilisation and Pregnancy (e) The nucleus contain genetic material. Ovary (f) It cannot move by itself. 1. Fertilisation is the fusion between the sperm and om the ovum. Uterus 4.4 Menstrual Cycle 2. Development of an embryo into a foetus until Cervix birth: 1. Menstrual cycle is the changes in a woman’s ovary Sperm Ovum Vagina and uterus over 28 days. t.c 2. Menstrual cycle involves ovulation and Fertilisation menstruation which happen regularly each Zygote Ovary Oviduct (Fallopian tube) month. 3. Ovulation happens when an ovary releases a po mature ovum. Embryo Uterus 4. Menstruation is the shedding of the uterine wall Implantation and blood through the vagina. Foetus gs 5. Menstruation can be divided into four stages: Cervix (a) Menstruation phase (day 1 to 5) Childbirth (b) Repair phase (day 6 to 11) Baby vii lo Vagina A zygote is formed Urethra Eight-cell Four-cell Two-cell Ovary Organ Function • Produces ova (the female .b An embryo is formed stage stage stage in The ovum is fertilised (fertilisation) gametes) Embryo moves towards uterus • Produces female sex hormones Ovary Fallopian tube ek Fallopian • Place of fertilisation tube (oviduct) Ovary produces an ovum (ovulation) Uterus • Place for the implantation of he (womb) zygote Uterus Embryo attaches to • Place where the foetus uterine wall (implantation) develops and grows Cervix • Widens during childbirth 4.6 Importance of Prenatal Care 4.7 Importance of Research in Human rc Vagina (birth • Place where the sperms are Reproduction 1. Pregnant women need to take enough nutritious canal) deposited during copulation food and have a balanced diet. 1. Sterility (infertility) is the inability to produce m • Baby is born through this 2. Pregnant women should avoid smoking, taking children. birth canal alcohol or drugs. 2. Methods to overcome sterility:TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 7 5/26/2009 4:13:06 PM
  7. 7. Page 6 (a) Drug treatment (such as hormones) 2. Germination happens when the embryo grows Structure Function (b) Surgery into a seedling. (c) In vitro fertilisation (IVF) Ovary To protect the ovule 3. Seeds need air, water and suitable temperature u 3. Methods for birth control (contraception): Ovule Contains ova (the female gametes) to germinate. (a) Contraceptive pills .a (b) Rhythm method (natural method) Anther Contains pollen grains (the male gametes) 4.12 Vegetative reproduction in Flowering (c) Using a condom Filament To support anther Plants (d) Using a diaphragm om 1. Vegetative reproduction is a method of producing (e) Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) 4.9 Pollination new plants from any vegetative parts of the (f) Vasectomy – sperm ducts cut and tied 1. Pollination is the transfer of pollen grains from parent plant. (g) Ligation (tubectomy) – oviducts cut and tied the anther to the stigma. 2. Vegetative reproduction is an asexual 2. Self-pollination and cross-pollination: reproduction. t.c 4.8 Sexual reproductive System of Flowering Plants Pollen grains Stigma 3. Vegetative parts that can reproduce are: stem, 1. Struture of a flower: leaf and root. Pollen grains Anther 4. Tissue culture and stem cuttings are techniques Flower used to produce new plants. po Stamen Pistil CHAPTER 5 gs Anther Filament Ovary Stigma Style Growth viii Pollen grain Ovule 5.1 Human Growth Pattern lo One plant Another plant of 1. Growth is an irreversible and permanent process Petal the same species in living things. Pistil Key: 2. Growth in humans can be determined by Stamen Anther Stigma Style .b Self-pollination 4. Agents of pollination: Cross-pollination measuring the height and weight. 3. Growth curve is divided into five stages: (a) Infancy (d) Adulthood in Filament Ovary (a) Wind (c) Insects (b) Childhood (e) Old age Ovule (b) Animals (d) Water (c) Adolescence Nectary Sepal ek Receptacle 4.10 Development of Fruits and Seeds in Plants Pedicel Infancy Adolescence Old age 1. Fertilisation occurs when the male gamete fuses Childhood Adulthood Structure Function with the ovum in the ovule. he Minimal Sepal To protect flower during the bud stage 2. A zygote is formed when the ovum is fertilised Negative Height (cm) growth by the male gamete. Slow growth Petal To attract insects or animals 3. After fertilisation, the ovule will develop into a growth Rapid growth Stamen The male reproductive part seed and the ovary become the fruit. rc Pistil The female reproductive part 4.11 Germination of Seeds Rapid Stigma To receive pollen grains growth m 1. A seed is made up of an embryo and a food Style To support stigma Age (years) store wrapped in a testa (seed coat). 0 3 13 20 65TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 8 5/26/2009 4:13:08 PM
  8. 8. Page 7 2. Silicon always exists in the form of compounds CHAPTER 6 such as silicas and silicates. Land and Its Resources u 3. Silica is silicon dioxide, which consists of silicon and oxygen. .a 6.1 Minerals in the Earth’s Crust 4. Silicate is made up of silicon, metal and oxygen. 5. Properties of silicas and silicates: 1. Minerals are solid elements or compounds found naturally. (a) Insoluble in water 2. Elements present in various minerals: om (b) Do not react with acid (c) Do not break down when heated Oxide Carbonate Sulphide Silicate (d) Very stable and are not eroded easily Iron China Calcium Element Cassiterite Haematite Calcite Malachite Galena pyrite clay silicate 6.4 Calcium Compounds t.c Tin  1. Properties of calcium carbonate: Iron   (a) Insoluble in water (b) Reacts with dilute acids to produce salt, water Calcium   po and carbon dioxide Copper  (c) Breaks down into calcium oxide and carbon Lead  dioxide when heated 2. Quicklime (calcium oxide) is formed when calcium Aluminium  gs carbonate is heated strongly. Silicon   3. Slaked lime (calcium hydroxide) is formed when calcium oxide is added with some water. ix Oxygen       4. Limewater (calcium hydroxide solution) is formed lo Carbon   when slaked lime is added with more water. Sulphur   6.5 Natural Fuel Resources and Their Importance 3. Properties of minerals: Properties Description .b (b) Metals react with sulphur to form metal sulphide 1. Fossil fuels include petroleum, natural gas and coal. in Reaction Reaction 2. Petroleum: Hardness Most mineral are hard (a) Formed from organism remains buried in Metal rate with rate with Solubility Most minerals are insoluble in oxygen sulphur sediment under heat and high pressure. ek in water water (b) It contains many types of hydrocarbons which Magnesium Very fast Very fast can be separated by fractional distillation. Action of • Most metal oxides are stable Aluminium Very fast Very fast (c) The components of petroleum produced by heat • Metal sulphides break down fractional distillation are called fractions (or he into metal oxide and release Zinc Fast Fast distillates). sulphur dioxide gas Iron Fast Fast (d) Different fractions are obtained due to Copper Slow Slow different boiling points. 6.2 Reactions Between Metals and Non-metals • the greater the boiling point, the darker rc 1. Metals react with non-metals at different rates 6.3 Silicon Compounds the colour of the fractions to form stable compounds: • the greater the boiling point, the more 1. Silicon is the second most abundant element in viscous the fractions m (a) Metals react with oxygen to form metal oxide the Earth’s crust.TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) A 2nd.indd 9 5/26/2009 4:13:08 PM
  9. 9. Page 8 • the greater the boiling point, the more 2. Electrical charges can be produced through Electron flow soot is produced when the fractions are friction between two objects. burnt 3. Matters are made up of small particles called u • the greater the boiling point, the harder atoms. the fractions burn .a Electron (negatively charged) Product of Uses distillation om Petroleum gas Cooking gas Proton (positively charged) (b) Direction of electron flow Petrol (gasoline) Fuel for vehicles Neutron (no charged) The flow of electric current and electron Naphta For making plastics and polyvinyl chloride t.c (b) Voltage (PVC) Structure of an atom – the electrical force needed to move Kerosene Fuel for aircraft electrical charges from one point to other 4. An atom has two charged particles: in a conductor. Diesel oil Fuel for lorries and po (a) Electrons, which have a negative charge (–) (c) Resistance buses (b) Protons, which have a positive charge (+) – characteristic that resists the flow of electric Lubricating oil Lubricants for 5. Neutrons in an atom have no charge because current in a conductor. machines they are neutral. gs Fuel oil Fuel oil for ships 6. An atom becomes positively charged when it 7.3 Electric Current, Voltage and Resistance loses electrons. Bitumen To seal roads 1. Measuring current (symbol: I): 7. An atom becomes negatively charged when it x – connect an ammeter in series with other gains electrons. lo 3. Natural gas: electrical components in a circuit. (a) consists of 90% methane, 10% of mixture of – the deflection of the pointer of the ammeter 7.2 Electricity ethane, propane, butane and pentane. shows the value of current flowing through (b) It is usually found together with the petroleum. (c) It is used as fuel source and to produce .b 1. Electricity is a form of energy. It is also called the electrical energy. 2. Electrical energy can be generated by generators the components. – the SI unit for electric current is ampere (symbol: A). in fertilisers. and electric cells. 2. Measuring voltage (symbol: V): 4. Coal: 3. Current, voltage and resistance: – connect a voltmeter in parallel to other (a) Made up of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and (a) Current electrical components in a circuit. ek sulphur. – the rate of flow of charges. – the deflection of the pointer of the voltmeter (b) It is formed from plant remains that grew in – flows from the positive terminal to the shows the value of voltage across the swamps. negative terminal of a battery. components. he – the SI unit for voltage is volt (symbol: V). Current 3. The SI unit for resistance (symbol: R) is the ohm CHAPTER 7 (symbol: Ω). Electricity rc 7.4 The Relationship Between Current, Voltage and Resistance 7.1 Electrostatics 1. Resistor is an electrical component that resists m 1. Electrostatics is the study of static electrical (a) Direction of electric current flow the flow of electric current. charges.TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) B 2nd.indd 10 5/26/2009 4:12:30 PM
  10. 10. Page 9 2. Ohm’s Law: 2. Advantages of a series circuit: Electrical – the current flowing through a conductor is Symbol (a) When more cells are added to the circuit, component directly proportional to its voltage. the voltage and current increase. Hence, the u Rheostat bulbs glow brighter. Voltage (V) (Variable or or (b) Bulbs light up with equal brightness because .a Resistance (R) = —————– Current (I) resistor) the current flows through each bulb is the same. – the greater the resistance, the smaller the Fuse 3. Disadvantages of a series circuit: om current. Galvanometer G G (a) If one of the bulbs is fused (burned out), the – increasing the voltage supplied will increase G V other bulbs will not light up. the current in the circuit. Voltmeter V V (b) The brightness of the bulbs decreases when A more bulbs are connected in series, because A A 7.5 Electric Circuits Ammeter t.c the electrical energy is shared by more 1. An electric circuit is a path which allows an bulbs. 4. Comparison between series and parallel electric current to flow through. circuits: 7.7 Parallel Circuit 2. A simple electric circuit is made up of 3 po components: Series circuit Parallel circuit 1. Current, voltage and total resistance in parallel (a) A cell (a source of electrical energy) • Has only one path • Has more than one circuit: (b) A bulb (a resistor) for current to flow path for currect to 2. Advantages of a parallel circuit: (c) Connecting wire (a conductive path) gs through flow through (a) When one of the bulbs is burned out, the • Light bulbs do not • Light bulbs glow other bulbs will still light up. Dry cell glow as bright as brighter than (b) Each electrical component can be controlled xi those connected in those connected in by separate switches. lo Wire (c) All bulbs will light up with the same parallel series brightness. • If one light bulb • If one light bulb Light bulb .bburns out, the circuit becomes incomplete. Hence, burns out, other light bulbs will still light up. V V V1 I = I1 + I2 in other light bulbs I An electric circuit V V = V1 = V2 will not light up. I1 3. Symbols of electrical components: R1 ek 7.6 Series Circuit I2 R2 1 1 1 —=—+— Electrical R R1 R2 Symbol 1. Current, voltage and total resistance in series component V circuit: V2 he Electric cell V Battery (more I = I1 = I2 = I3 3. Disadvantage of a parallel circuit: V than one cell) (a) When more bulbs are connected in parallel, the dry cells will become weak quicker. rc Switch I V = V1 + V2 + V3 I1R1 I2R2 I3R3 7.8 Magnetism Bulb or R = R1 + R2 + R3 m V V V 1. Magnetism is the properties and effects of Resistor or V1 V2 V3 magnetic substances.TWB Sci F3 (Exp Note) B 2nd.indd 11 5/26/2009 4:12:34 PM

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