B2 - Organisation Quiz

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  • Created on: 30-05-18 09:53
The bladder is an organ. Explain what this means.
A group of different tissues that work together to perform a certain function
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Why do enzymes have an optimum pH?
If the pH is too low or too high it can interfere with the bonds holding the enzyme togther.
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An enzyme-controlled reaction was carried out at pH 4. After 60 secibdsm 33cm^3 of a product had been released. Calculate the rate of reaction in cm^3/s
0.55
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Bile is a product of the liver. What is it's role in digestion?
Neutralises the acid to make conidtions alkaline.
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Name the 3 parts of the digestive system that produce protease enzymes
Pancreas, stomach, small intestine
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Name the chemical used to test a sample for the prescence of starch
Iodine
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During a 12 min run, Harvey took 495 breaths. Calculate his average breathing rates in breaths per minutes.
41.25
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What is the function of the coronary arteries?
Surround heart, giving all oxygen needed.
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How are veins adapted to carry blood back to the heart?
Bigger lumen, valves, elastic fibres
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What is the purpose of platelets in blood?
Help the blood clot
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The 3 ways in which RBCs are adapted to carry blood:
Biconcave, large surface area, no nucleus
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How can stents be used to reduce the risk of heart attacks?
Keep the arteries open
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How do fault heart valvaes lead to poor circulation?
Won't open properly, blood doesn't circulate as effectively.
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Why does light intensity affect the rate of transpiration?
Light opens the stomata, allowing water to escape.
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Why do enzymes have an optimum pH?

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If the pH is too low or too high it can interfere with the bonds holding the enzyme togther.

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An enzyme-controlled reaction was carried out at pH 4. After 60 secibdsm 33cm^3 of a product had been released. Calculate the rate of reaction in cm^3/s

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Card 4

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Bile is a product of the liver. What is it's role in digestion?

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Name the 3 parts of the digestive system that produce protease enzymes

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Such a good resource!

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