OCR AS Biology (F212)

Answer these 25 questions WITHOUT a book!

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  • Created on: 27-03-12 17:05
What is formed when 2 alpha glucoses join together?
Maltose
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What is the name of the bond that joins them together
1,4 - glycosidic bond
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What reaction joins them together
Condensation
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Glycogen is the...
energy store in animals
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What monomers make up proteins?
amino acids
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What is the name of the prosthetic group in haemoglobin?
Haem
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Phospholipids are made from.....
2 fatty acids, 1 glycerol and 1 phosphate
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What chemical is needed to test for reducing sugars?
Benedict
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What is disease?
Departure from good health
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What causes Malaria?
Plasmodium Falciparum
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What are the 2 types of phagocyte?
neutrophils and macrophages
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T lymphocytes differentiate into.....
T killer, T helper and T memory
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Vaccination is ................. immunity
artificial active
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What is biodiversity?
The variety of life
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What is species richness?
Number of species in a habitat
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The current classification system uses ... taxa
8
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What 2 things cause variation?
inherited and environmental
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What is extinction?
When a species dies out
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.......................means conserving a species in its normal environment
conservation in situ
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Glycogen is the...

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Maria

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Real helpful! Thanks!

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nice

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gug

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This is horrendous, yeah!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
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Wow. Thank you, for this and I got over 70% and haven't even done that classification stuff yet.

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