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    Describe the fate of component F during aerobic respiration in an animal cell and explain the importance of this function (5)

    Suggest why the rufous hummingbird has a very high requirement for energy (4)

    Using the information above together with your knowledge of photophosphorolation and oxidative phosphorylation, explain how H. Salinarium makes ATP in aerobic conditions(4)
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    (Original post by Mattwood6)
    Describe the fate of component F during aerobic respiration in an animal cell and explain the importance of this function (5)

    Suggest why the rufous hummingbird has a very high requirement for energy (4)

    Using the information above together with your knowledge of photophosphorolation and oxidative phosphorylation, explain how H. Salinarium makes ATP in aerobic conditions(4)
    Firstly, there's no context with these questions, what is component F?

    Secondly, have you attempted these questions on your own? If so, please post your attempts and where you've gotten stuck, so we can help you.

    Lastly, if you haven't attempted these questions yet, please do so now, you may even find you don't need our help.
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    (Original post by Mattwood6)
    Describe the fate of component F during aerobic respiration in an animal cell and explain the importance of this function (5)

    Suggest why the rufous hummingbird has a very high requirement for energy (4)

    Using the information above together with your knowledge of photophosphorolation and oxidative phosphorylation, explain how H. Salinarium makes ATP in aerobic conditions(4)
    There should be a prelude explanation to these questions, wherever you got them from. We'd just be guessing on any answers unless we get this.
 
 
 
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