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what is the diffusion scheme for osmosis?
the water moves from an area where a solute is low in concentration to an area where it is high in concentration
what is the function of the endoplasmic reticulum?
they provide a surface for chemical reactions whilst channels are transporting molecules
what is a bilayer?
the two layers in which the phospholipids are arranged
what is the role of the cytosol?
it is where most metabolic reactions occur and it plays a role in controlling the osmotic pressure of the cell and the flow of chemicals into and out of the cell
how do lysosomes do their magic?
they join with vesicles and the digestive enzyme breaks down the material inside the vesicle
what are all the structures of the nucleus?
nuclei, nuclear membrane, nuclear pores, nucleolus
what is Huntingtons disease?
an inherited disorder that results in the death of brain cells, causing changes to mood and mental ability, and incoordination
what is the largest organelle in a cell ?
why is DNA profiling beneficial?
as it can be detected early, in which there is a greater chance that the condition fan be treated and cured
how is the blood type AB formed?
when the alleles Ia and Ib are codominant
what is the function of the cell membrane?
to seperate the cell contents from the environment outside the cell, and controls what enters and leaves
where does the fathers X chromosome go to?
to a daughter
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