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This is the task sheet that I was given, not sure how much help it will be.

Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Respiration
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of respiration.
P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of respiration
  • Describe respiration
  • Describe how respiration can be measured simply (what do you need to measure to calculate respiration rate in all organisms?)
  • Describe a respirometer
  • Physiological measurements can be taken to see how well the body is functioning:

    • Describe how to calculate rate of respiration in humans using peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure
    • Include normal values
    • What does deviation from the normal values indicate
    • How do sports physiologists use these values?


M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
  • Make clear distinction between respiration and breathing
  • Explain how the rate of respiration can be calculated
  • Explain how the following factors affect the rate of respiration: temperature, concentration of glucose, pH levels and ethical treatment of organisms
  • Scientific basis of practical methods used:

    • Peak flow: explain what it is and key measurements involved
    • Lung Capacity: explain what it is, key volumes measured, use of a spirometer, use of lung function tests
    • Blood pressure: explain what it is, use of a sphygmomanometer, use of results
D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  • Factors that affect the rate of respiration measurements in humans as used by sports physiologists to determine metabolic rate whilst at rest and whilst exercising to ensure that energy expenditure meers energy inputs

    • Metabolic rate at rest and whilst exercising

      • Compare basal metabolic rates with METS (metabolic equivalent tasks)
      • Measuring oxygen consumption to exercise intensity
      • Measuring how they recover after exercise - EPOC (excessive post exercise oxygen consumption)
    • Explain how factors affect the rate (such as temperature or exercising) on the rate of respiration
  • Commercial and medical uses of physiological measurement

    • Use of measurements in monitoring cardiovascular, circulatory and respiratory systems in numbers

      • These specific measurements should include uses in:

        • the diagnosis of disease
        • improvement in sports performance
        • recovery from illness or disease.
    • Application of measurements of peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure

      • Consider normal values and how abnormal values are evaluated
  1. Method
P2 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the effect of varying one given factor on the rate of respiration of a living organism and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is respiration and how you will be measuring the rate of respiration, include ethical considerations of using a living organism.
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure whether temperature has an effect on aerobic respiration in yeast.
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include setup diagram and standard procedure


  1. Results
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision (2dp), highlight results that are anomalous
  • Calculation of rate of respiration
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.


  1. Conclusion
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
    • Trends identified, refer to results table and explain shape of graph
    • Conclusion made, refer to aim

      1. Trend
      2. Explanation (link to details about enzymes)
  • Evaluation
D2 – Evaluate the results and the method used
  • Evaluate the results

    • Were your results reliable? Give reasons
    • Were your results accurate? Give reasons
    • Were your results precise? Give reasons
    • Were there any problems with the method which you may have done wrong that have affected the results?
    • Were there any problems with the techniques that you used?
    • Suggest improvement for the experiment that you did e.g alternative methods of measuring the rate of respiration?
    • Any ethical implications to consider


  1. Risk assessments
P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • Identify hazards and produce a risk assessment
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This is the task sheet that I was given, not sure how much help it will be.

Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Respiration
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of respiration.
P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of respiration
  • Describe respiration
  • Describe how respiration can be measured simply (what do you need to measure to calculate respiration rate in all organisms?)
  • Describe a respirometer
  • Physiological measurements can be taken to see how well the body is functioning:

    • Describe how to calculate rate of respiration in humans using peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure
    • Include normal values
    • What does deviation from the normal values indicate
    • How do sports physiologists use these values?


M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
  • Make clear distinction between respiration and breathing
  • Explain how the rate of respiration can be calculated
  • Explain how the following factors affect the rate of respiration: temperature, concentration of glucose, pH levels and ethical treatment of organisms
  • Scientific basis of practical methods used:

    • Peak flow: explain what it is and key measurements involved
    • Lung Capacity: explain what it is, key volumes measured, use of a spirometer, use of lung function tests
    • Blood pressure: explain what it is, use of a sphygmomanometer, use of results
D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  • Factors that affect the rate of respiration measurements in humans as used by sports physiologists to determine metabolic rate whilst at rest and whilst exercising to ensure that energy expenditure meers energy inputs

    • Metabolic rate at rest and whilst exercising

      • Compare basal metabolic rates with METS (metabolic equivalent tasks)
      • Measuring oxygen consumption to exercise intensity
      • Measuring how they recover after exercise - EPOC (excessive post exercise oxygen consumption)
    • Explain how factors affect the rate (such as temperature or exercising) on the rate of respiration
  • Commercial and medical uses of physiological measurement

    • Use of measurements in monitoring cardiovascular, circulatory and respiratory systems in numbers

      • These specific measurements should include uses in:

        • the diagnosis of disease
        • improvement in sports performance
        • recovery from illness or disease.
    • Application of measurements of peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure

      • Consider normal values and how abnormal values are evaluated
  1. Method
P2 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the effect of varying one given factor on the rate of respiration of a living organism and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is respiration and how you will be measuring the rate of respiration, include ethical considerations of using a living organism.
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure whether temperature has an effect on aerobic respiration in yeast.
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include setup diagram and standard procedure


  1. Results
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision (2dp), highlight results that are anomalous
  • Calculation of rate of respiration
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.


  1. Conclusion
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
    • Trends identified, refer to results table and explain shape of graph
    • Conclusion made, refer to aim

      1. Trend
      2. Explanation (link to details about enzymes)
  • Evaluation
D2 – Evaluate the results and the method used
  • Evaluate the results

    • Were your results reliable? Give reasons
    • Were your results accurate? Give reasons
    • Were your results precise? Give reasons
    • Were there any problems with the method which you may have done wrong that have affected the results?
    • Were there any problems with the techniques that you used?
    • Suggest improvement for the experiment that you did e.g alternative methods of measuring the rate of respiration?
    • Any ethical implications to consider


  1. Risk assessments
P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • Identify hazards and produce a risk assessment
Thank what Alevels do u do apart from applied science and are u aiming to get a distinction this year ?
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Thank what Alevels do u do apart from applied science and are u aiming to get a distinction this year ?
English, Graphics, Applied Science and Health and social. Yeah I'm hoping to! what about you?
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English, Graphics, Applied Science and Health and social. Yeah I'm hoping to! what about you?
Maths, sociology, psychology and applied science
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This is the task sheet that I was given, not sure how much help it will be.

Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Respiration
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of respiration.
P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of respiration
  • Describe respiration
  • Describe how respiration can be measured simply (what do you need to measure to calculate respiration rate in all organisms?)
  • Describe a respirometer
  • Physiological measurements can be taken to see how well the body is functioning:

    • Describe how to calculate rate of respiration in humans using peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure
    • Include normal values
    • What does deviation from the normal values indicate
    • How do sports physiologists use these values?


M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
  • Make clear distinction between respiration and breathing
  • Explain how the rate of respiration can be calculated
  • Explain how the following factors affect the rate of respiration: temperature, concentration of glucose, pH levels and ethical treatment of organisms
  • Scientific basis of practical methods used:

    • Peak flow: explain what it is and key measurements involved
    • Lung Capacity: explain what it is, key volumes measured, use of a spirometer, use of lung function tests
    • Blood pressure: explain what it is, use of a sphygmomanometer, use of results
D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  • Factors that affect the rate of respiration measurements in humans as used by sports physiologists to determine metabolic rate whilst at rest and whilst exercising to ensure that energy expenditure meers energy inputs

    • Metabolic rate at rest and whilst exercising

      • Compare basal metabolic rates with METS (metabolic equivalent tasks)
      • Measuring oxygen consumption to exercise intensity
      • Measuring how they recover after exercise - EPOC (excessive post exercise oxygen consumption)
    • Explain how factors affect the rate (such as temperature or exercising) on the rate of respiration
  • Commercial and medical uses of physiological measurement

    • Use of measurements in monitoring cardiovascular, circulatory and respiratory systems in numbers

      • These specific measurements should include uses in:

        • the diagnosis of disease
        • improvement in sports performance
        • recovery from illness or disease.
    • Application of measurements of peak flow, lung capacity and blood pressure

      • Consider normal values and how abnormal values are evaluated
  1. Method
P2 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the effect of varying one given factor on the rate of respiration of a living organism and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is respiration and how you will be measuring the rate of respiration, include ethical considerations of using a living organism.
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure whether temperature has an effect on aerobic respiration in yeast.
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include setup diagram and standard procedure


  1. Results
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision (2dp), highlight results that are anomalous
  • Calculation of rate of respiration
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.


  1. Conclusion
M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
    • Trends identified, refer to results table and explain shape of graph
    • Conclusion made, refer to aim

      1. Trend
      2. Explanation (link to details about enzymes)
  • Evaluation
D2 – Evaluate the results and the method used
  • Evaluate the results

    • Were your results reliable? Give reasons
    • Were your results accurate? Give reasons
    • Were your results precise? Give reasons
    • Were there any problems with the method which you may have done wrong that have affected the results?
    • Were there any problems with the techniques that you used?
    • Suggest improvement for the experiment that you did e.g alternative methods of measuring the rate of respiration?
    • Any ethical implications to consider


  1. Risk assessments
P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • Identify hazards and produce a risk assessment
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Can u send the task sheet for photosynthesis, titrations, specfic heat capacity and resistivity please
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This is the task sheet that I was given, not sure how much help it will be.

Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Respiration
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of respiration.

P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of respiration

M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  1. Method

P2 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the effect of varying one given factor on the rate of respiration of a living organism and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is respiration and how you will be measuring the rate of respiration, include ethical considerations of using a living organism.
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure whether temperature has an effect on aerobic respiration in yeast.
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include setup diagram and standard procedure


  1. Results

M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision (2dp), highlight results that are anomalous
  • Calculation of rate of respiration
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.


  1. Conclusion

M2 – Use formulas/calculations/graphical representations to explain data
  • Evaluation

D2 – Evaluate the results and the method used

  1. Risk assessments

P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • Identify hazards and produce a risk assessment
Do you have task sheets for photosynthesis, specific heat capcity,resisitivty,colorimetry and titration
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mee too I'm quite stuck on the coursework and the task sheet looks great.it would a huge help if you task sheets for photosynthesis, volumetric analysis, colourimetry.etc
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The only other one that I have been given is the Photosynthesis one-


Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Photosynthesis
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of photosynthesis
P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of photosynthesis
  • Definition of photosynthesis? (including equations)
  • What is the light-dependent and light-independent reactions in photosynthesis?
  • How can photosynthesis be measured simply?
  • Physiological measurements - describe 3 ways of measuring photosynthesis – include details
M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
  • Explain the scientific basis of physiological measurements via the Hill reaction
  • Explain in detail the factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis; light intensity and wavelength, carbon dioxide, species, temperature, chlorophyll and herbicides
D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  • These specific measurements should include uses in commercial applications (specific examples). Relate each limiting factor to how they can be used commercially
  • How are these important for yields and productivity.


  1. Method
P3 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the Hill reaction and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is photosynthesis and how you will be measuring the rate of photosynthesis
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include set up diagram and method step by step. Include how you will keep data accurate, reliable with an appropriate level of precision.


  1. Results
P3 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the Hill reaction and record results
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.
  1. Conclusion

    • Conclusion made, refer to aim

      1. Pattern with comparative figures
      2. Explanation of pattern
  2. Evaluation
  • Evaluate the results
  • How reliable were your results? How do you know this?
  • Evaluate your method
  • Were there any problems with the method? Improvements?
  • Were there any problems with the equipment that you used? Improvements?
M3 – Explain how this standard procedure could be adapted to investigate three limiting factors
  • Explain how the standard procedure could be adapted to investigate 3 further limiting factors (other than the one investigated in P3)
  • Include science related to these limiting factors


  1. Risk assessments
P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • You will be given this risk assessment


  1. Bibliography
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[QUOTE=-Katie-;76821646]The only other one that I have been given is the Photosynthesis one-


Level 3 Certificate in Applied Science – Unit 2 Rate of Photosynthesis
  1. Scientific background information on the rate of photosynthesis

P1 – Outline the physiological measurements used to measure rate of photosynthesis
  • Definition of photosynthesis? (including equations)
  • What is the light-dependent and light-independent reactions in photosynthesis?
  • How can photosynthesis be measured simply?
  • Physiological measurements - describe 3 ways of measuring photosynthesis – include details

M1 – Explain the scientific principles of physiological measurements
  • Explain the scientific basis of physiological measurements via the Hill reaction
  • Explain in detail the factors affecting the rate of photosynthesis; light intensity and wavelength, carbon dioxide, species, temperature, chlorophyll and herbicides

D1 – Explain how these physiological measurements can be applied in a medical or commercial context
  • These specific measurements should include uses in commercial applications (specific examples). Relate each limiting factor to how they can be used commercially
  • How are these important for yields and productivity.


  1. Method

P3 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the Hill reaction and record results
  • Introduction – Overview of experiment – what is photosynthesis and how you will be measuring the rate of photosynthesis
  • Aim – What are you wanting to find out – to measure
  • Equipment – List of everything you require
  • Method – include set up diagram and method step by step. Include how you will keep data accurate, reliable with an appropriate level of precision.


  1. Results

P3 – Follow a standard procedure to measure the Hill reaction and record results
  • Results table – include full headings with units and appropriate precision
  • Graph of results – axis labelled, with units and title.
  1. Evaluation
  • Evaluate the results
  • How reliable were your results? How do you know this?
  • Evaluate your method
  • Were there any problems with the method? Improvements?
  • Were there any problems with the equipment that you used? Improvements?

M3 – Explain how this standard procedure could be adapted to investigate three limiting factors
  • Explain how the standard procedure could be adapted to investigate 3 further limiting factors (other than the one investigated in P3)
  • Include science related to these limiting factors


  1. Risk assessments

P10 – Safely use a range of practical equipment and materials, identify hazards and assess risks
  • You will be given this risk assessment


  1. Bibliography

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I need help on the photosynthesis section.Can you please help me the way you have wrote for respiration can you do the same for photosynthesis.
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do you still need help ik im late
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What are the physiological measurement?
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