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    Let's discuss answers guys!

    Anyone remember questions please post on this thread.


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    Here's what i remember:
    • Where is ATP produced?
    • List two functions of ATP
    • The difference between viruses and bacteria cells- (table where you had to tick the answer)
    • The standard form question and then filling out the graph that followed.
    • How vaccines trigger an immune response.
    • The last questions using the peice of text and applying knowledge.
    • Whether the student was right about the vaccination that got rid of 96% of somethig?? idk Included a graph.
    • Labelling the folds in the mitrochondria
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    I'm pretty sure the ATP question asked how is ATP resynthesised ... Can anyone confirm this ?
    I wrote ATP synthase enzymes catalyse a condensation reaction between Adenosine Di Phosphate (ADP) and an inorganic phosphate group (Pi) to produce ATP
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    2 functions:
    Active transport
    Muscle contraction
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    Folds in mitochondria were cristae
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    (Original post by Zainnnnnnnnn)
    I'm pretty sure the ATP question asked how is ATP resynthesised ... Can anyone confirm this ?
    I wrote ATP synthase enzymes catalyse a condensation reaction between Adenosine Di Phosphate (ADP) and an inorganic phosphate group (Pi) to produce ATP
    ---
    2 functions:
    Active transport
    Muscle contraction
    ---
    Folds in mitochondria were cristae
    Yes, it asked about resynthesis (if I'm remembering right) - I put that ATP resynthesis was used for phosphorylation and coupling though, instead of saying 2 functions of ATP.
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    (Original post by Zainnnnnnnnn)
    I'm pretty sure the ATP question asked how is ATP resynthesised ... Can anyone confirm this ?
    I wrote ATP synthase enzymes catalyse a condensation reaction between Adenosine Di Phosphate (ADP) and an inorganic phosphate group (Pi) to produce ATP
    ---
    2 functions:
    Active transport
    Muscle contraction
    ---
    Folds in mitochondria were cristae
    I put down active transport and absorption through the intestines for the 2 functions. Would I be right?
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    What did you put for the question 'what evidence is there that the phospholipids form part of the cell membrane'
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    is this the new spec?
 
 
 
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