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Individual mononucleotides are joined by what?
phosphodiester bonds
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What does a mononucleotide contain in RNA?
A base, phosphate head and ribose sugar
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What happens to proteins when they are with ethanol?
They become denatured
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What happens to phospholips?
They dissolve
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How can modified stem cells result in the prevention of MLD?
Normal protein is produced, copy of normal gene in the cells
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Why can somatic gene therapy be bad?
Risks are not known
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What is the heart muscle in the wall of the heart called?
Cardiac muscle
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What valve controls the flow of blood between the chambers of the heart?
Atrioventricular
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What chamber receives oxygenated blood from the lungs?
The left Atrium
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Deoxygenated blood is transported back to the lungs by?
Pulmonary artery
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What stops backflow of blood into the heart?
Semilunar
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What is one difference between capilary and artery?
The capillary has no muscle and artery has lots of muscle
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How do anti-coagulants prevent CVD?
Reduce the chance of blood clot formation which keeps the blood flow in arteries normal
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What is definition of correlation?
One variable changes there is also a change in an accompanying variable
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DNA consists of mononucleotides joined together by bonds between?
One deoxyribose sugar and one phosphate group
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The three dimensional sturcture of a protein is held together by?
Disulphide bridges, hydrgen and ionic bonds
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What carries oxygenated blood away from the left?
Aorta
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What is the definition of biological catalyst?
It speeds up the rate of a reaction but is not used up or affected by the reaction produced by cells
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What is the definition of activation energy?
The minimum energy needed to start a reaction by increasing the number of collisions
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What does a vector do?
Introduce the gene into the cell
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what is the bond called between a glycerol and fatty acid
ester bond
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what is amniocentisis?
amniotic fluid withdrawn when the feteus is 14-16 weeks the fluid and fetal cells seperated and the cells are grown in a dish, the cells DNA analysed
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What is the role of mRNA in protein synthesis?
A copy of the antisense strand of the DNA
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What is it used in?
Translation which binds to the chromosome
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What does tRNA?
This translates the code on the DNA
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What does it do?
Attaches to amino acid, tRNA binds mRNA and tRNA binds amino acids together
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Why does carbohydrates could lead to obesity?
Carbohydrates providing a source of energy
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Why else does it lead to obesisty?
If the energy input is greater than the energy output weight will be gained
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