AS biology fact recall incomplete

A level AQA biology Unit 1 basic fact recall for revision.

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The polysaccharide starch is made up of what monosaccharide?
Glucose
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Sucrose breaks down into which two monosaccharides?
Glucose and Fructose
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What is the job of the mitochondria?
To produce ATP/Adenine triphosphate for active transport.
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What bond holds different monosaccharides together?
Glycosidic Bond
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A protein can have 4 different structures. What are they?
Primary structure, Secondary Structure, Tertiary Structure, Quatenary structure.
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What happens to the diaphragm during inspiration?
it contracts causing it to flatten, increasing the volume of the lungs.
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What is the name of the node that releases an electrical impulse in the heart?
The Sinoatrial node
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How is a non competitive inhibitors effectiveness affected by substrate concentration?
They are not affected by substrate concentration because they do not attach to the enzyme-substrate complex
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What is Osmosis?
The movement of water from an area of high water potential to an area of lower water potential
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What are the three stages of the Cardiac Cycle?
Diastole, Atrial Systole, Ventricular Systole
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Lysosomes break down what during phagocytosis?
They break down pathogens by releasing Lytic Enzymes
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Sucrose breaks down into which two monosaccharides?

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Glucose and Fructose

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What is the job of the mitochondria?

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What bond holds different monosaccharides together?

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A protein can have 4 different structures. What are they?

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