MYTUTOR SUBJECT ANSWERS

1150 views

How is the structure of alveoli suitably adapted for efficient gas exchange?

Very thin walls result in a short diffusion distance which makes gas exchange particularly favourable.

Lots of branches and sacs result in a large surface area so gas exchange can be maximised.

Alastair P. A Level Chemistry tutor, A Level Biology tutor, GCSE Chem...

2 years ago

Answered by Alastair, an A Level Biology tutor with MyTutor


Still stuck? Get one-to-one help from a personally interviewed subject specialist

263 SUBJECT SPECIALISTS

£22 /hr

Chaitya D.

Degree: Medicine A100 (Bachelors) - Liverpool University

Subjects offered:Biology, Science+ 6 more

Biology
Science
Physics
Maths
Chemistry
.UKCAT.
-Personal Statements-
-Medical School Preparation-

“Hi, I'm Chai and I'm a fifth year medical student that is passionate about helping students achieve the best of their potential!”

£26 /hr

Xanthe W.

Degree: Biological Sciences with a Year in Industry/Research (Bachelors) - Imperial College London University

Subjects offered:Biology, Maths+ 1 more

Biology
Maths
Chemistry

“Top tutor from the renowned Russell university group, ready to help you improve your grades.”

£20 /hr

Emma M.

Degree: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered:Biology, Spanish+ 2 more

Biology
Spanish
English
Chemistry

“A friendly medical student with lots of experience in tutoring who would love to help you!”

MyTutor guarantee

About the author

£20 /hr

Alastair P.

Degree: Chemistry (Masters) - Durham University

Subjects offered:Biology, Chemistry

Biology
Chemistry

“Top tutor from the renowned Russell university group, ready to help you improve your grades.”

MyTutor guarantee

You may also like...

Posts by Alastair

Explain what a hydrocarbon is, and suggest two properties of hydrocarbons that leave a fractioning column near the top.

How is the structure of alveoli suitably adapted for efficient gas exchange?

What are the differences between covalent and ionic bonding?

What are the differences between exons and introns found in DNA.

Other A Level Biology questions

Describe how negative feedback is used to control blood glucose concentration (6 marks)

Explain how DNA replicates inside a cell

What is the purpose and structure of a cell membrane?

What causes bacteria to become antibiotic resistant?

View A Level Biology tutors

We use cookies to improve your site experience. By continuing to use this website, we'll assume that you're OK with this. Dismiss

mtw:mercury1:status:ok