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2. Which of these statements about phosphlipids is true?

  • Both the head and the tail are hydrophilic
  • The head is hydrophilic & the tail is hydrophobic
  • Both the head and tail are hydrophobic
  • The tail is hydrophilic & the head is hydrophobic

3. Define Antigen.

  • Protein on the surface of a foreign cell, which causes an immune response
  • A cell that remains in the blood allowing a faster, more rapid resonse next time
  • White blood cell with a large nucleus responsible for the immune response
  • Disease causing microorganism

4. What is a fatty deposit in the wall of an artery called?

  • Atheroma
  • Thrombosis
  • Aneurysm
  • Myocardial Infarction

5. Which 2 monosaccharides are made when sucrase breaks down sucrose?

  • Glucose & Fructose
  • Glucose & Glucose
  • Glucose & Galactose
  • Glucose & Lactose




Sucrose is not a reducing sugar. Fructose is a reducing sugar. 

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