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2. What is the quaternary structure of a protein?

  • How polypeptide chains are arranged together in a protein with multiple polypeptides
  • How the protein folds into a 3d shape
  • How a polypeptide of one protein interacts with the polypeptide of another protein

3. How many ATOMS of Oxygen can a haemoglobin molecule carry

  • 16
  • 8
  • 2
  • 4

4. Gas exchange in the gill happens on

  • The gill lamella
  • the gill arch
  • The operculum
  • the gill filaments

5. What is the Bohr effect

  • An increase in the level of CO2 and acidity will cause Haemoglobin to unload oxygen
  • A decrease in the level of CO2 and an increae in the level of acidity will cause haemoglobin to unload oxygen
  • An increase in the level of CO2 and a decrease in the level of acidity will cause haemoglobin to unload oxygen
  • a decrease in the level of CO2 and acidity will cause Haemoglobin to unload oxygen

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