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What is the function of the Mitocondria?
Provide energy in the form of ATP
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What is the function of the Endoplasmic reticulum?
Rough ER - Modifies and synthesises PROTEINS, Smooth ER - transports, modifies and stores LIPIDS AND CARBOHYDRATES
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What is the function of the Golgi Appartus?
Adds carbohydrates to proteins to form glycoproteins and produces secretory enzymes
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What is the function of Ribosomes?
Protein synthesis
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How do you calculate percentage decrease?
Original number - new number/orginal number x 100
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How do you calculate percentage increase?
New number - orginal number/original number x 100
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Why were you asked to remove 1cm from the final test tube?
To make sure there are not more H+ ions, to make sure you get an accurate indicator reading
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What are the parts of the cell relevent to protein production?
Mitocondria, Nucleolus, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum and golgi body
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What are the features of a Prokaryote?
Capsule, flaggelum, circular DNA, plasmid, cell wall, plasma membrane, cytoplasm and 70s ribosomes
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Tell me about cellulose?
Made of b-glucose, straight unbranched chains, chains run parrell to one another which allows H bonds to form cross linkages between adjacent chains
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