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So there I was, innocently doing a biology paper.
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Yes I was ACTUALLY revising for once

when I decided to revise enzymes. So I started revising enzymes and researching everything to do with enzymes, and the products of enzymes. :yep:

Glucose and glucose make maltose
Glucose and fructose make sucrose
Glucose and galactose make lactose

Then I suddenly found myself reading articles about enzymes in baby food, and then I went on Mumsnet to research more, then I fell in a deep dark hole of circumcision advice...

So yeah does this count as procrastination or revision?
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TheOtherSide. this is why I didn't respond when I was supposed to :sad:
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(Original post by homeland.lsw)
So there I was, innocently doing a biology paper.
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Yes I was ACTUALLY revising for once

when I decided to revise enzymes. So I started revising enzymes and researching everything to do with enzymes, and the products of enzymes. :yep:

Glucose and glucose make maltose
Glucose and fructose make sucrose
Glucose and galactose make lactose

Then I suddenly found myself reading articles about enzymes in baby food, and then I went on Mumsnet to research more, then I fell in a deep dark hole of circumcision advice...

So yeah does this count as procrastination or revision?
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TheOtherSide. this is why I didn't respond when I was supposed to :sad:
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Yes it does, because you made me procrastinate as well.
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Mumsnet :rofl:
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i find myself doing similar things especailly when i'm revising biology.... weird?!
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(Original post by TheOtherSide.)
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Yes it does, because you made me procrastinate as well.
woah there missy, how did I prevent YOU from just doing a paper by yourself
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woah there missy, how did I prevent YOU from just doing a paper by yourself
I was waiting for you to finish the paper, but you didn't reply, so I ended up browsing on TSR again.. :cry2:
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Mumsnet :rofl:
Honestly TSR is so much easier to use...not that I made a mumsnet account or anything
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(Original post by homeland.lsw)
Glucose and glucose make maltose
Glucose and fructose make sucrose
Glucose and galactose make lactose
For real man? Like, this stuff doesn't even come up.

Glucose + Isomerase enzyme === sweet fructose for slimming products is literally all you'll ever need to know
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Let's see if you really know your enzyme stuff...

Describe the process of protein digestion in the guts (4 marks)
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Revision I suppose because you need to memorise the disaccharides produced from the condensation of monosaccharides given for AS (and A level i presume though thankfully i wont have that pleasure :ahee:)
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Tbh there are worse ways to procrastinate :hugs: personally I like to procrastinate doing biology by revising for history and watching military strategy war documentaries :moon: :fight:
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You know the answer.
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Ew Mumsnet :rofl: I signed up once as a joke, it's so **** there. Had to analyse a forum discussion for my English Language A Level mock paper lol, they were ranting about school proms.
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Let's see if you really know your enzyme stuff...

Describe the process of protein digestion in the guts (4 marks)
Protease enzymes break down proteins into amino acids...
Proteases work in the small intestine and stomach.
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Let's see if you really know your enzyme stuff...

Describe the process of protein digestion in the guts (4 marks)
There's bile secreted by the gall bladder to neutralise the acid from the stomach. This ensures that the pH is correct for the guts' protease enzymes to work its magic. It is then broken down into amino acids and is absorbed into the blood.
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Mumsnet :rofl:
XD I was on there yesterday, can't recall why but I now know that the acronym DS stands for dear son.
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(Original post by Bigbosshead)
Let's see if you really know your enzyme stuff...

Describe the process of protein digestion in the guts (4 marks)
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Right so......
the stomach protein is broken down by protease to produce amino acids. protease is produced in the stomach, pancreas and small intestine
finally as the partially digested stuff enters the small intestine bile is added to raise the ph allowing other enzymes to work at optimum rate and also to emulsify fats.


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XD I was on their yesterday, can't recall why but I now know that that acronym DS stands for dear son.
I thought it was darling son?
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Revision I suppose because you need to memorise the disaccharides produced from the condensation of monosaccharides given for AS (and A level i presume though thankfully i wont have that pleasure :ahee:)
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Tbh there are worse ways to procrastinate :hugs: personally I like to procrastinate doing biology by revising for history and watching military strategy war documentaries :moon: :fight:
Sounds so cool :moon: I can't wait for next year :awesome:
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I thought it was darling son?
Oh yea... In that case, I learnt nothing.
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Oh yea... In that case, I learnt nothing.
They don't even have reputation points! :afraid:
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