AQA Biology Unit 3

AQA Biology Unit 3

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  • Created on: 27-03-11 15:41
Why are the alveoli important?
For the diffusion of gases.
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What are the four main types of adaptations of gaseous exchange?
Rich Blood Supply, thin walls, large surface areas and a moist surface area.
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How many gills do fish have altogether?
4
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What are stomata?
Tiny holes on the surface of the leaf.
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Why do insects loose a lot of water.
They have a small surface area
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What is transpiration?
The loss of water through the surface of the leaf.
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What are the components of blood?
Red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma and platelets.
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What does plasma do?
Moves hormones and blood cells, takes CO2 to the lungs and transports the waste urea from the liver to the kidney.
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What substances do red blood cells contain and what does it turn into when oxygenated.
Haemoglobin and Oxyhaemoglobin.
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What is the equation for aerobic respiration?
Glucose+Oxygen-->Carbon Dioxide+Water+Energy (ATP)
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What is the vena cava?
It is the main vein carrying deoxygenated blood from the body to the heart.
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How does active transport differ from diffusion?
It goes against the concentration gradient.
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What is the pulmonary artery?
It is the artery that takes deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs.
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What is the aorta?
It is the main artery carrying oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body.
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What is the equation for anaerobic respiration of yeast to produce ethanol?
Glucose--> Ethanol+Carbon Dioxide+Energy(ATP)
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What is the pulmonary vein?
It is the vein that takes oxygenated blood from the lungs to the heart.
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What are the four main types of adaptations of gaseous exchange?

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What are stomata?

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Al

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Very well done to you Mr. Taran

Olly Bolly

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some of the questions were a bit confusing due to silly answers and spelling mistakes int eh questions and answers

ellie hughes

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Olly Bolly wrote:

'int eh' your comment was confusing. Well done Tazza, good quiz. :)

Taran

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yeah :) thanks Elzzzz :)

Taran

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and thank you Alice for rating it 5 out of 5 :) and Tasha :)

Ellie Jones

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hello taranjit kang. how are you? i found this quiz both interesting and informatiove thankyou for this aid to my Biology revision. I LOVE YOU

Taran

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hello eleanor jones, i am fine, how are you? I LOVE YOU TOO :)

Ellie Jones

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im fine thank you. i can see you o.O

Stephanie Windows

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this is a good quiz

India

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Thanks good quiz :)

dave webb

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why have  you mentioned vena cava vein? that is not on the biology 3 syllabus?

Robert Warwick

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you lie. stupid questions, wrong answers. question 7 was wrong and you cannot spell. dont make science websites focus on your english.

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this was really good. thanks

Nini

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THANX FOR THIS!

razvana

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thanks for this really helped! 

lewis

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most of these questions are not related to the unit 3 test at all , i mean we dont need to learn about frogs and also how many gills fish have?

Sarah Richard

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Got 88% just made some notes about the heart, really need to memorise this, hasn't come up on any past paper yet

Rob

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How does doing exercise not increase heart rate?

lol

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