Checking the basics: Biology Topic 1

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Describe the sturctue of a water molecule.
It is a dipolar molecule (oxygen is partially +ve and the hyrdogens are partially -ve) Bonds by hydrogen bonding.
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Sequence of events in the cardiac cycle.
Diastole (all vavles shut/ all relaxed) Atrial systole (Atria contract/ A-V open/ S-L shut) Ventricular systole (Ventircles contract/ A-V shut/ S-L open)
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What leads to atherosclerosis?
Artery wall damaged-White blood cells enter damaged site-Cholesterol build up-Atheroma forms-Calcium salts and fibrous tissue build up causing scaring and loss of elsticity in artey walls
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Sequence of events leading to blood clots.
Thromboplastin catalyses reaction of Prothrombin to thrombin, which catalyses reaction of fibrinogen into fibrin which causes RBC and platelets to accumulate (blood clot)
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What can increase the risk of CVD?
Increasing age/Being male/A genetic predispostion/Smoking/High blood pressure/Inactivity or sedentary life
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What aspects of diet can increase risk of CVD?
High salt/High LDL cholesterol/High saturated fats
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What are two polysaccharides that make up starch?
Amylose and Amylopectin
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Why are polysaccharides considered good energy store molecules?
Insoluble in water/Compact/Have side chains/ 1,4 and 1,6 glycosidic bonds
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Descirbe a triglyceride molecule.
A single glycerol molecule bonded with an ester bond to 3 seperate fatty acid chains
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How is a triglyceride formed? and then broken?
To make it, you have to have a condensation reactio in which a H2O molecule is formed-forms an ester bond/ To brake it, you need to use a H2O molecule in a hydrolysis reaction
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Define monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated lipids.
Monounsaturated means that there is only one C=
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Sequence of events in the cardiac cycle.

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Diastole (all vavles shut/ all relaxed) Atrial systole (Atria contract/ A-V open/ S-L shut) Ventricular systole (Ventircles contract/ A-V shut/ S-L open)

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What leads to atherosclerosis?

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Sequence of events leading to blood clots.

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What can increase the risk of CVD?

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