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Theabsorption efficiency of the reptile is similar to that of the mammal. Use theinformation in the table to explain why.




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Why hasn't the table showed up :mad: today is not my day
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Why hasn't the table showed up :mad: today is not my day
Do you have a link?
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Do you have a link?

Yeah, sort of:

www.thestudentroom.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=1788 33&d...


It's the 3rd question and if you could answer 3b I'd be very grateful.
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They've said using information in the table, so make sure to include figures, but basically they want something about how the reptile has a smaller SA of intestine/shorter intestine which would normally mean it absorbs less but it's got a much longer digestion time which means more time to absorb nutrients and stuff.
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