What are proteins?
What is glycogen made up of?
What are the two important biological functions of a polysaccharide and their examples?
What are carbohydrates?
What are the three types of Carbohydrates?
What are 3 functions of proteins?
What happens when a protein loses its three-dimensional shape?
What causes a denatured protein?
What happens when a protein is denatured?
What happens when there is too much protein?
What are fats made up of?
What are the differences between saturated and unsaturated fats?
Describe vitamins, minerals and fibre.
What are enzymes?
What is a 'catalyst'?
What are the two types of enzymes?
Describe the lock-and-key hypothesis.
Give 3 examples of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides.
Will more enzymes affect the rate of reaction?
Will the amount of substrates affect the time of reaction?
Will the amount of temperature affect the rate of reaction?
Will the size of the container affect the rate of reaction?
Will the PH affect the rate of reaction?
What is pectin?
What is pectinase?
Name the process that allows food substances to move from the mouth cavity to the colon and describe how it works.
Describe two ways in which the small intestine is adapted for absorption.