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AQA(B) AS Module 1
Contents
Specification 2 Biological Molecules Chemical bonds 4 Carbohydrates 5 Lipids 7
Proteins 9 Biochemical Tests 15 Enzymes 16 Cells Eukaryotic Cells 22 Prokaryotic
Cells 27 Cell Fractionation 29 Microscopy 30 The Cell Membrane 34 Movement across
Cell…

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Module 1 Specification
Biochemistry Biological Molecules Biological molecules such as carbohydrates and pro- teins are often
polymers and are based on a small number of chemical elements.
· Proteins have a variety of functions within all living organisms. The general structure of…

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microscopes. The difference be- tween magnification and resolution. Principles of cell fractionation and
ultracentrifugation as used to sepa- rate cell components.
Exchange Diffusion is the passive movement of substances down a concentration gradient. Surface area,
difference in concentration and the thickness of the exchange sur- face affect the rate of…

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tem limited to the salivary glands and the pancreas. The structure of an epithelial cell from the small intes-
tine as seen with an optical microscope.
Digestion is the process in which large molecules are hydrolysed by enzymes to produce smaller
molecules…

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The use of vaccines to provide protection for indi- viduals and populations against disease. The use of
monoclonal antibodies in enabling the targeting of spe- cific substances and cells.
Evaluate methodology, evidence and data relating to the use of vaccines and monoclonal antibodies. Dis-
cuss ethical issues associated with the…

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Module 1 - Core Principles - page 4

Biological Molecules
Life on Earth evolved in the water, and all life still depends on water. At least 80% of the
mass of
living organisms is water, and almost all the chemical reactions of life take place in
aqueous solu-
tion. The…

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Page 2

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Module 1 - Core Principles - page 1

AQA(B) AS Module 1
Contents
Specification 2 Biological Molecules Chemical bonds 4 Carbohydrates 5 Lipids 7
Proteins 9 Biochemical Tests 15 Enzymes 16 Cells Eukaryotic Cells 22 Prokaryotic
Cells 27 Cell Fractionation 29 Microscopy 30 The Cell Membrane 34 Movement across
Cell…

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Module 1 - Core Principles - page 2

Module 1 Specification
Biochemistry Biological Molecules Biological molecules such as carbohydrates and pro- teins are often
polymers and are based on a small number of chemical elements.
· Proteins have a variety of functions within all living organisms. The general structure of…

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microscopes. The difference be- tween magnification and resolution. Principles of cell fractionation and
ultracentrifugation as used to sepa- rate cell components.
Exchange Diffusion is the passive movement of substances down a concentration gradient. Surface area,
difference in concentration and the thickness of the exchange sur- face affect the rate of…

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Module 1 - Core Principles - page 3
tem limited to the salivary glands and the pancreas. The structure of an epithelial cell from the small intes-
tine as seen with an optical microscope.
Digestion is the process in which large molecules are hydrolysed by enzymes to produce smaller
molecules…

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The use of vaccines to provide protection for indi- viduals and populations against disease. The use of
monoclonal antibodies in enabling the targeting of spe- cific substances and cells.
Evaluate methodology, evidence and data relating to the use of vaccines and monoclonal antibodies. Dis-
cuss ethical issues associated with the…

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Module 1 - Core Principles - page 4

Biological Molecules
Life on Earth evolved in the water, and all life still depends on water. At least 80% of the
mass of
living organisms is water, and almost all the chemical reactions of life take place in
aqueous solu-
tion. The…

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