Flashcards in Extra Bits To Know Deck (21):

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## What evidence is there that mitochondria evolved from prokaryotes?

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Both have circular DNA in the form of a plasmid

Both have 70s smaller ribosomes

Both are double membrane bound

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## Where are enzymes produced?

### In the rough endoplasmic reticulum

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## Why do cells produce inactive enzymes inside the cell?

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So it doesn’t digest proteins within the cell

So cell doesn’t become damaged or destroyed

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## What are the steps of cell fractionation?

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Preparing the sample

Homogenation

Ultracentrifugation

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## What is involved in preparing a sample for cell fractionation?

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Sample kept cold - reduce enzyme activity to break down organelles

Buffered - so that the the pH doesn’t fluctuate and denature organelle s or enzymes

Isotonic - Sam water potential as the tissue to prevent osmotic or loss and this organelles bursting or shrinking

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What is involved in fractionation?

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Cells broken down in a blender which releases organelles from cell

Resulting fluid known as homogenate is the filtered to remove debris

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## What is the process of ultracentrifugation?

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Filtrate placed in tube and spun at a low speed and heaviest organelles forced to the bottom as a pellet

Fluid at the top is removed and re-spun at a faster speed the next heaviest organelles are separated

Process continued

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## What speeds are used in ultracentrifugation? What is produced?

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Nuclei 1000 revs per min

Mitochondria 3500 revs per min

Lysosomes 16500 revs per min

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## Where are the main enzymes produced?

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Amylase - salivary glands, pancreas and small intestine

Protease - stomach, pancreas and small intestine

Lipase - pancreas and small intestine

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## What are the advantages of enzymes immobilised in beads?

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The enzyme can be reused as it is not contaminated or mixed in with the product

The enzyme is more stable in the alginate and less likely to denature

Easy to collect product, no need to remove enzyme

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## What is the equation for chi squared?

### The total of (observed -expected)squared /divided by expected

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## What is degrees of freedom

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The value you use to find critical value

N-1

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## Do you accept of reject null hypothesis?

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Accept if if chi squared is less than critical value

Reject if chi squared is greater than critical value

Reject it if it doesn’t conform

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## When is chi squared used?

### For categoric data

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## When is the t test used?

### To see if the mean values for two different data sets are significantly different

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## What does null hypothesis mean in the t test ?

### No difference between the two means?

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## How do you work out standard deviation?

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Add up all of the following totals

X-mean squared

Then decide the following totals by the number of totals -1

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## What is the equation for the t test?

### (Mean of sample 1-mean of sample 2)/square root((standard deviation of group 1/size of group1)+(standard deviation of group2/size of group2))

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## How do you work out the index of diversity?

### The total number of all the organisms * the total number of organisms minus 1 then divide total by adding together the number of individuals of each species* the number of individuals of each species minus 1

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## What is N?

### Total number of organisms of all the species

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