- Created by: Polly
- Created on: 13-04-15 12:46
1. Why are lipids important?
- Creates retina in eye/ insulation/ layer of fat
- Growth and repair of muscle tissues/ insulation
- Long term energy store/ insulation/ protect organs
- Layer of fat/ short term energy store for respiration
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2. What 7 things do bacterium particles contain?
- Cell wall, plasmids, cytoplasm, chloroplasts, nucleus, vacuole, slime layer
- Cell wall, flagella, chromatids, cytoplasm, chromosome, cell membrane, slime layer
- Cell wall, flagella, plasmids, cytoplasm, chromosome, cell membrane, slime layer
- Cell wall, plasmids, flagella, cytoplasm, nucleus, cell membrane, vacuole
3. What do potassium ions do?
- Part of chlorophyll molecule
- Used for enzymes of respiration and photosynthesis
- Make xylem and phloem
- Make amino acids, proteins, chlorophyll, and DNA
4. What do plants NOT use glucose for?
5. What enzyme is released in the stomach and what does it do?
- Peptidase- breaks down peptides into amino acids
- Protease- breaks down protein into amino acids
- Pepsin- breaks down protein into peptides
- Lipase- breaks down lipids into fatty acids