GCSE Biology

AQA Unit 3

What is the process of anaerobic respiration in yeast also called?
Fermentation
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What is the maximum temperature for cultures to be stored at in school and college laboratories?
25*C
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In beer making, starch is broken down into a sugary solution be enzymes. What is this process called?
Malting
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How is wine making different to beer making?
The yeast uses the natural sugars found in fruits as the energy source instead
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What type of sugar is fermented by bacteria in yoghurt manufacture?
Lactose
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What main gas is in biogas?
Methane
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What is the name of the process where substances are absorbed against a concentration gradient?
Active transport
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What happens in the lungs?
Gas exchange
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Where are the villi located in the body?
Small intestine
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Where are most water and mineral ions absorbed by in plants?
Root hair cells
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Blood flows from the heart through...
...arteries
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When is transpiration more rapid in?
Hot, dry, windy conditions
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What does haemoglobin combine with?
Red blood cells
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What is needed to oxidise the lactic acid that is produced during anaerobic respiration?
Oxygen
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What is needed after a kidney transplant?
Drugs that suppress the immune system
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What is used to transfer microorganisms to the media?
Inoculating loop
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M.Fruite

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You have finished this quiz and scored 80%.

thanks.x


Amy

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Thanks this has really helped me but...The Arteries carry Blood away from the heart, but the Capillaries deliver the Blood to the actual Organs :) 

emily

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this actually helped me feel confident in my answers, but still stressing over the exams....

Natasha Naeem

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Thanks for that. Have changed the question slightly x

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