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List 6 structural components of a mammalian eukaryotic cell

Cell membrane, nucleus, ribosomes, mitochondria, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Golgi vesicles, cytoplasm, lysosome, vacuole

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I know most content but I keep getting questions wrong what should I do?

WIth Biology it is very important that you use specific words and many marks schemes require you to say a specific word such as monomer/ hydrolysis/ allele in order to get the mark. I found that when I wo...

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What is the most important function of mitochondria?

To produce ATP via the process of aerobic respiration, which can then be used as fuel for other cellular processes.

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Describe Specific and Non-Specific defence mechanisms (6 marks)

The response in non-specific immunity is immediate and the same for all pathogens with two separate responses. The body has a physical bar...

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How can I understand enzyme-substrate function?

The best way to understand the enzyme-substrate mechanism is to imagine a baseball glove, and a baseball (photographed on the screen). The baseball glove is designed to fit the baseball. Therefore, the ba...

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