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What is a joint?
An area where 2 or more bones meet.
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Where does GLYCOLYSIS take place?
In the cytoplasm of the cell.
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Where does the LINK REACTION take place? 2. Where does the Krebs cycle
In the matrix of the mitochondria. 2.In the matrix of the mitochondria.
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where does the Electron Transport chain take place?
it occurs across/in the cristae.
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When NAD accepts a Hydrogen what does it become?
Reduced NAD or NADH
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How does CoEnzyme A aid the transition between glycolysis and the Krebs cycle?
By converting Pyruvate to acetyl coenzyme A which is fed into the Krebs cycle.
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What do Beta Blockers do? 2.What do Hormone Agonists do?
They dilate airways allowing more oxygen to the body. 2) They mask or change the action of other hormones.
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What is the effect of Narcotic analgesics?
They are pain killers which mask injury and reduce pain allowing stronger performance.
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What is the role of the AXON in neurones?
They are long extensions of the cell that transmit the nerve impulse away from the cell body to the effectors (muscles).
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At what MV do the sodium channels open?
-40mv
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Factors that affect the speed of nerve transmission?
-Diameter of axon. -Myelin Sheath.
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2 steps after the arrival of an action potential at the presynaptic knob?
Ca+ channels open, Ca+ ions flow into the presynaptic knob.
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What does the depolarization of a nerve membrane mean?
When a nerve impulse is going down the nerve.
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role of temporal lobe of the brain?
Sound recognition. -Hearing and speech. -Some memory and function.
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In the cytoplasm of the cell.

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Where does GLYCOLYSIS take place?

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In the matrix of the mitochondria. 2.In the matrix of the mitochondria.

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it occurs across/in the cristae.

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Reduced NAD or NADH

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