Gcse Biology

Gcse Biology

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In hot conditions, the athlete's body temperature may rise. This affects the working of
Enzymes
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An athlete who drinks too much water will probably gain
mass
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The rise in the number of people suffering from measles can be described as
an epidemic
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What do white blood cells do?
Ingest pathogens, producing anti-toxins, producing anti-bodies
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What was thalidomide used for?
Companies desperate to make money gave it to pregnant women to prevent morning sickness
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What is thalidomide now used for?
Leprosy
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What are two mains effects of obesity?
High fat and arthritis
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What will NOT affect the metabolic rate of a person?
Taking vitamin tablets
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Bird flu is caused by a virus, what would happen that could cause bird flu to come back?
A change in the protein on the virus surface
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An individual antibiotic-resistant bacterium is originally produced by
mutation
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An IVF procedure may result in the production of 'spare' eggs. What needs to be decided?
How best to store the spare eggs
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During IVF what is a woman usually treated with?
FSH and LH
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Sugar is added to sports drink to replace the sugar used to release
Energy
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Why is cannabis said to be a dangerous drug?
The use of it has been linked to mental illness
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Why does the flu make us feel sick?
The virus damages the cell in which it reproduces
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Ions and water are lost during a race in?
Sweat
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