Unit 1 Chapter 1,2 & 3 (3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5)

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  • Unit 1
    • Cause of diesease
      • Pathogen cause disease
        • Disease is "a description of certain symptons either physical or mental or both"
        • Considered a pathogen if: gains entry to host, colonise, resists, damage to tissue
          • Infection
            • Leads to disease when reconisable symptoms
        • Transmission: pathogen is transferred from one individual to another
        • Pathogens get into body by penetrating organism's interfaceswith environment
          • External environment - Internal environment
            • Common entry points: Gas exchange surface & Digestive systerm
              • Natural Points of entry: Mucous layer, Enzymes, Stomach acids
        • How: Damaging host tissues & Produce toxins
      • Data & Disease
        • Correlation: Change in one of two variables reflected by a change in the other.
        • Causal Relationship
      • Lifestlye & Health
        • Risk "a measure of the probability that damage to health will occur as a result of a given hazard"
          • Risk measure %
          • Lifestlye chocies: Diet, Smoking, Obesity, Physical activity, Sunlight
    • Enzymes & the digestive system
      • Chap 2
      • Major parts of digestive systerm: Oesophagus, Stomach, Small intestine, Large intestine, Rectum, Salivary glands, Pancreas
      • Physical & Chemical
      • Assimilation:used up in a body procees
      • Carbohydrates
        • Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen
        • Bendicts (song)
      • Proteins
        • 4 Groups -amino, carboxyl, hydrogen, R
          • Primary, Secondary, Tertiary & Quaternary
            • Biuret Test
            • Peptide Bonds- condensation
    • Cell & movement in and out
      • Chap 3
      • Investigating structure
        • Magnification
        • Cell fractionation
          • Cold, isotonic, buffered
          • Ultracentrifugation
      • Electron Microscope
        • TEM & SEM
      • Epithelial Cell Structure
        • Eukaryotic - 80s type -25nm
        • Nucleus: Nuclear envelope, Nuclear pores, Nucleoplasm, Chromatin, Nucleolus
        • Mitochondria: Double membrane, Cristae. Matrix
        • ER: Rough - protiens, Smooth - lipids & carbs
        • Golgi: distributes
        • Lysosmes: clean up
        • Ribsomes: protein synthesis
        • Microvilli: Surface area
      • Lipids
        • Roles: Energy, Waterproofing, Insulation, Protection
        • Phospholipid
        • Triglycerides
          • Hydrophobic - Tail, Hydrophilic - Head
    • Emulsion Test
  • How: Damaging host tissues & Produce toxins
  • Data & Disease
    • Correlation: Change in one of two variables reflected by a change in the other.
    • Causal Relationship
  • Chap 1
  • Glands produce enzymes break down large molecules
    • Enzymes & the digestive system
      • Chap 2
      • Major parts of digestive systerm: Oesophagus, Stomach, Small intestine, Large intestine, Rectum, Salivary glands, Pancreas
      • Physical & Chemical
      • Assimilation:used up in a body procees
      • Carbohydrates
        • Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen
        • Bendicts (song)
      • Proteins
        • 4 Groups -amino, carboxyl, hydrogen, R
          • Primary, Secondary, Tertiary & Quaternary
            • Biuret Test
            • Peptide Bonds- condensation
  • Monomer - Polymer, Monosaccharide -polysaccharides
  • Enzyme Action & Inhibition
    • Globular proteins act as a catalyst, alters reaction speed
    • Activation energy
    • Structure: primary, active site, substrate
    • Lock & Key/ Induced fit
    • Competitive & Non-Competitve

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Tilly - Team GR

Very detailed.

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