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    Heya can someone help me on this question.

    I wrote carbohydraseisomerse for enzyme B. This is because that is needed to convert glucose into fructose.

    Im not sure about enzyme A though i think its lipase.
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    There seems to be a printing error. Carbohydraseisomerase isn't an enzyme. There's meant to be a space in between them: Carbohydrase, Isomerase.
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    There seems to be a printing error. Carbohydraseisomerase isn't an enzyme. There's meant to be a space in between them: Carbohydrase, Isomerase.
    Oh okay thank you xo

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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    There seems to be a printing error. Carbohydraseisomerase isn't an enzyme. There's meant to be a space in between them: Carbohydrase, Isomerase.
    Heya can you explain this please


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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Heya can you explain this please


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    You're getting confused by the scale. 40 year olds has 14 per thousand births with the genetic defect. A 35 year has 2 per thousand births with the defect.
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    You're getting confused by the scale. 40 year olds has 14 per thousand births with the genetic defect. A 35 year has 2 per thousand births with the defect.
    I don't understand the scale.

    For number of babies with genetic disorser per 1000 births.

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    I don't understand the scale.

    For number of babies with genetic disorser per 1000 births.

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    Every small square is 0.5 births
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    Every small square is 0.5 births
    Yes then how do I seem to work out the final answer :/

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    You're meant to do 14 / 2 = 7.
    You're doing 14.5-0.2?
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    You're meant to do 14 / 2 = 7.
    You're doing 14.5-0.2?
    Ooh!!

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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    You're meant to do 14 / 2 = 7.
    You're doing 14.5-0.2?
    Heyaaa is it alright if you can check my answers please

    And I was struggling on this one



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    Actually I understood it now


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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    There seems to be a printing error. Carbohydraseisomerase isn't an enzyme. There's meant to be a space in between them: Carbohydrase, Isomerase.
    Heya can you explain this please


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    They reach their optimum and other factors become limiting for the first two eg no enough carbon dioxide for increased light intensity to have an effect. The third is because temperature increase=more kinetic energy= more enzyme-substrate complexes= more enzyme product complexes until it reaches the optimum temperature. Once it reaches the optimum temperature the enzyme's active site changes shape(denaturing) so the substrate no longer fits the enzyme so less photosynthesis can take place
    Idk if that's too technical as I now realise I didn't check if this is GCSE or A Level
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    (Original post by Jehaan)
    They reach their optimum and other factors become limiting for the first two eg no enough carbon dioxide for increased light intensity to have an effect. The third is because temperature increase=more kinetic energy= more enzyme-substrate complexes= more enzyme product complexes until it reaches the optimum temperature. Once it reaches the optimum temperature the enzyme's active site changes shape(denaturing) so the substrate no longer fits the enzyme so less photosynthesis can take place
    Idk if that's too technical as I now realise I didn't check if this is GCSE or A Level
    Thank you so much and it's gcse

    Also how are leaves adapted for photosynthesis as I didn't find that online ;^

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...esisrev1.shtml
    Sorry I'm too lazy to type it out
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    (Original post by Jehaan)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...esisrev1.shtml
    Sorry I'm too lazy to type it out
    Thank you

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    (Original post by Jehaan)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...esisrev1.shtml
    Sorry I'm too lazy to type it out
    How would I answer this


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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    How would I answer this


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    It's to do with optimum pH but I don't want to do your homework for you so I'll give you a clue albeit a very big one but you need to flesh it out yourself
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    You're meant to do 14 / 2 = 7.
    You're doing 14.5-0.2?
    Can you explain what questions 1 is asking for please


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