SNAB Biology- UNIT 4

SNAB- things they may catch you out on!

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  • Created on: 17-01-12 19:53
HIV uses what Enzyme in Protein Synthesis in the host Cell?
Reverse Transcriptase
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In which Immune response are Phagocytes used?
Non-Specific
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What is the correct term given to a coding section of a DNA/RNA molecule?
Exon
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what is the factor missing from this statement: Net Primary Productivity= Gross primary productivity- ???
Respiration rates
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It takes 6 cycles of the Calivin Cycle to produce 1 glucose molecule?
True
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what is the correct name of the bacterium that causes TB
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
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Identify the incorrect temperature used in PCR
45
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Name the correct structure found on the membrane of a HIV cell
GP120
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In tree ring studies what is analysed to estimate past temperatures
Xylem Vessels width to show how productive a growing season was
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The flow of energy....... when passed up the trophic levels
Decreases
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Name the process: When climatic or Migratory factors cause new species to colonise in an area, consequently causing new and different adaptations
Speciation
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sian clark

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What is the answer to number nine then? Thanks

 

Sarah Whelan

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What? How is immersion in water incorrect for nine?!

Sally Jackson

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I think he/she means both the first and third answers are correct?  Not sure.

Niki :)

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Good quiz, thanks!

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