Where do most of the chemical reactions take place in a human cell?
The digestive system includes: (5 correct answers)
The definition of chlorophyll is:
A green substance which absorbs the light energy needed for photosynthesis to take place
The part of the plant where most of the photosynthesis takes place
The process whereby oxygen and glucose are made out of CO2 and water
The layer at the bottom of the leaf which allows the exchange of gases
Some glucose in plants and algae is used: (3 correct answers)
To produce ribosomes and mitochondria
To produce fat or oil for storage
For the production of auxin
To produce cellulose to strengthen the cell wall
To produce proteins
____________ act as structural components of tissues such as muscle, hormones, antibodies and catalysts.
Amylase is produced in the: (3 correct answers)
_________ produces bile, which is then stored in the ____________
What are used to convert starch into sugar syrup?
What are used to convert glucose syrup into fructose syrup?
Platinum catalysts and very high temps
What product of aerobic respiration is used to build larger molecules and build up nitrates, sugars and nutrients into amino acids, along with other things.
Muscles store glucose as _________ which can then be converted back into glycogen for use during exercise
Each _______ codes for a particular combination of __________ which makes a specific protein.
Polydactyl is caused by a dominant allele
Cystic fibrosis is not caused by a dominant allele
What do most soft drinks contain:
As the _______ and the ________ of an organism increases the difficulty of exchanging materials increases.
To make air move into the lungs the ribcage moves ______ and _______ and the diaphragm gets ________
Arteries have thick walls containing:
What transports CO2 from organs to lungs, products of digestion, and urea?
The phloem tissue in plants carries what to the rest of the plant from the leaves?
Rejection of an organ is when the proteins on the surface of the organ being transplanted, known as ________, are attacked by the recipient's ___________.
The fungus Fusarium is grown in/on ___________
Nutrient enriched water
Very high temperatures