All AQA Biology

40 questions that include almost EVERYTHING in the AS AQA Biology Unit 1 and 2 syllabus 2009.

Monoclonal Antibodies are...
Antibodies produced from a single group of genetically identical B-Cells
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What hormone does a Pregnancy Test detect?
hCG
2 of 23
Protease hydrolyses...
Starch into Maltose
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Where does the Pancrease release it's Pancreatic Juices?
Duodenum
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What's formed when two amino acids join together?
Dipeptide
5 of 23
What is Keratin?
Structural Protein
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In the Biuret Test for Proteins which two compounds are used?
Sodium Hydroxide solution and Copper Sulphate solution
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Galactose + Glucose -->
Lactose
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If the temperature was above an enzymes optimum, what would happen to the enzyme?
Denature
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The inner membrane of a Mitochondrion is called what?
Cristae
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How many steps are involved in Cell Fractionation?
3
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A Triglyceride has...
Glycerol, 3 fatty acids
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What is passive movement?
Movement of molecules that requires no ATP
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Glucose teams up with what when travelling through a co-transporter?
Sodium Ions
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Cholera causes...
Diarrhoea
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Tidal Volume x Ventilation Rate =
Pulmonary Ventilation
16 of 23
During Meiosis how many diploid cells are formed?
Zero
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Cellulose is formed when...
beta-glucose is linked by condensation
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Mitosis stages go in what order...
Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
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What is the Phloem's job in a leaf?
Carries sugars away from the leaf
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Describe the symplastic pathway.
Goes through living parts of the cells - the cytoplasm
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How many Taxonomic groups are there?
7
22 of 23
How is Tuberculosis spread?
Airborne
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What hormone does a Pregnancy Test detect?

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VicC

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A brilliant quiz, I do the a different course for Biology AS, and I still found it very useful :)

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Amazing, good work!

tarpey

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found this test very useful as i am doiing as biology XD

Natalie Beard

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Fantastic lot of questions! All relevant and all correctly edited. I really can't suggest any improvements! 5/5 :D

Billy

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Good quiz with a lot of questions. But, i can suggest taking out questions such as question 21 where could the answer could be a. or d. Just some advice if you were to edit the quiz in any way :)

Emily

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Very good, useful quiz. But I am sure that question 27 is true, not false; unless it is false just due to it having a sugar, not a ribose sugar :)

Rachel

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I thought Amylase broke starch down to maltose and protease broke down proteins to amino acids...

alice

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Really useful - thanks!

megan

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"Very good, useful quiz. But I am sure that question 27 is true, not false; unless it is false just due to it having a sugar, not a ribose sugar :)"

 The sugar in a nucleotide is deoxyribose, and that is why the answer is false, i remember this by remembering that DNA stands for Deoxyribonucleic Acid :):):)

Freddie Shaw

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Question 7: the clue is in the name PROTease breaks down PROTein not starch.

Jess

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question 7 :s

Usmaan

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our specification only teaches 32 of these so i actually got 84%.

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