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Bella Revision

Bella Higher Human Unit 1 general revision

QuestionAnswer
What is the function of mRNA carries the genetic code from nucleus to ribosome
What is the function of the ribosome Site of protein Synthesis
What is the function of tRNA Transports amino acids to the ribosome
What is a codon 3 bases on mRNA that codes for a specific amino acid
What is the name of the hyrogen carrier in Photosythesis NAD
What are the 3 stages of Aerobic Respiration Glycolysis Kreb's Cycle Cytochrome System
What are the "raw materials" for aerobic respiration Glucose and Oxygen
Where does Glycolysis take place Cytoplasm
Where would you find an anti-codon On tRNA
What 4 things does a virus require from its host cell to reproduce DNA Nucleotides, ATP, Enzymes, Amino Acids
Do macrophages produce Antibodies No
What are the stages in Viral replication (bacteriophage) Attachment Penetration Insertion of Viral DNA Take over host cell Biochemistry Viral DNA replication Viral Protein Synthesis Assembly Escape
What is ATP made from ADP + Pi
What is the definition of phagocytosis Cell eating
How many ATP are produced from the complete breakdown of 1 glucose molecule 38 ATP
Do lymphocytes produce Antibodies Yes
What 4 things are required for DNA Replication DNA template DNA Nucleotides ATP Enzymes
Do lymphocytes perform Phagocytosis No
What base is present in DNA but absent in RNA Thymine
Why is DNA replication said to be "semi-conservative" because each daughter DNA molecule contains one strand of the original DNA molecule
What is the function of Lysosome Contains powerful digestive enzymes used to digest phagocytosed material
What are the 2 Products of Anaerobic respiration in animal cells Lactic Acid and ATP
What is Oxidative Phosphorylation The name for ATP production in Aerobic respiration
What is the function of Golgi apparatus Packages and Prepares Proteins for excretion
What is transcription DNA to mRNA
Where does translation take place Cytoplasm (ribosome)
What is translation mRNA to protein
Where does transcription take place Nucleus
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