Biology Crossword

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  • Created on: 14-03-16 15:57
Site of Photosynthesis
Chloroplasts
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Movement of substances against concentration gradient across a cell membrane, using ATP
Active transport
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Plasma cells that can attach to pathogenic antigens
Antibodies
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A type of muscle found in the walls of heart chambers
Cardiac muscle
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The process that creates pressure inside the heart chambers
Contraction
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The node in the cardiac cycle that initiates the heart beat
SAN
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A type of bond that forms between to monosaccharides
Glycosidic bond
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What pH does the enzyme pepsin work best at
Two
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What is the optimum temperature for an enzyme in a human body
37
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Name a factor that can limit the rate of an enzyme reaction
Enzyme concentration
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What sort of inhibitor blocks the original substrate from getting to the active site
Competitive
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When two monosaccharides are joined together, they form...?
Disaccharides
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The shape of the DNA molecule
Double helix
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These stretch and recoil and expell air
Elastic tissue
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Cells that secrete mucus
Goblet cells
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Structure in a plant that transport water and minerals
Xylem
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Type of nuclear division that produces daughter cells genetically identical to each other and to the parent cell.
Mitosis
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A molecule consisting of a five carbon sugar, a phosphate group and a nitrogenous base.
Nucleotide
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Best
Optimum
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A part of a plant where materials are used up and removed from the transport system
Sink
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Movement of substances against concentration gradient across a cell membrane, using ATP

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Active transport

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Plasma cells that can attach to pathogenic antigens

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A type of muscle found in the walls of heart chambers

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The process that creates pressure inside the heart chambers

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