Biology GCSE Unit 3 AQA

A brief overview of the module at 8:00 at night, good luck

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Beer production

Barley seeds are germinated

Starch to Maltose        CALLED MALTING

Dissolved in water.

Mixed with yeast        FERMENTATION OCCURS

Yeast respires anaerobically. Breaks sugar down into ETHANOL

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TRANSPIRATION

Transpiration occurs most when : 

HUMIDITY IS LOW

TEMPERATURE IS HIGH

LIGHT INTENSITY IS HIGH

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XYLEM + PHLOEM

Xylem transports water UP the stem.

From the roots to the leaves

Phloem transports sugars UP AND DOWN the stem

From the leaves to storage tissues.

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MYCOPROTEIN

FUSARIUM IS USED

This feeds on starch and leftover processed wheat products

Given plenty of air to respire AEROBICALLY

Produces thread of HYPHAE

Pressed to form Quorn like products....which normally taste of ****

It isn't stirred throughout as this tangles the threads.

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