Biology Unit 4 mock Revision

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In terms of structure what doesn't fibrous proteins really have?
tertiary structure
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What are fibrous proteins made up of?
long linear polypeptides
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What is there between polypeptide chains?
cross-linking
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What are fibrous proteins?
insoluble
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In the Carbon cycle, What do oceans do?
They absorb carbon dioxide
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What is this Carbon dioxide used for?
In the independent stage for carbon fixation
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Why is the amount of output of Carbon dioxide greater than the input?
rate of production of carbon dioxide is greater than the rate of removal of carbon dioxide
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What are nitrate ions used for?
amino acids
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What are magnesium ions used for in plants?
Chlorophyll
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What are phosphate ions used for in plants?
nucleic acid
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What should the solution contain?
all mineral ions
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How can information from the graph be read?
The line of best fit should be drawn
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What should happen to the data?
IT should be extrapolated
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What about the value?
read from the graph
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What is the definition of global warming?
The general increase in temperature of the earth's surface
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What are scientists presenting to make people not want to believe scientific fact?
They present different views
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What do people not believe in?
Global warming
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long linear polypeptides

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What is there between polypeptide chains?

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What are fibrous proteins?

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