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Define an 'element'

Define an 'atom'

What is the standard unit of 'mass' ?

What is the standard unit of 'distance' ?

In what form is carbohydrate stored by humans ?

In what form is carbohydrate stored by plants ? 1

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Define 'diffusion'

Where are the protons and neutrons in an atom?

What is the standard unit of 'speed' ?

What is the standard unit of 'acceleration' ?

Put the following in increasing level of organisation: cells, organelles, organs, tissues, systems

What three structures are present in a typical plant cell but not in a typical animal cell 3

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Where are the electrons in an atom?

What is the relative mass and charge of a proton?

What is the standard unit of 'force' ?

What quantity is measured in 'kilograms' ?

What three parts of a plant cell are also found in an animal cell ?

What part of a cell contains DNA and controls the cell's structure and metabolism ? 5

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What is the relative mass and charge of a neutron?

What is the relative mass and charge of an electron?

What quantity is measured in 'metre/second' ?

What quantity is measured in 'metre/second ' ?

Which part of a cell is a complex solution where the cell's organelles are suspended and most of the biochemical processes take place ?

Which part of a cell could be described as 'semipermeable' ?

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Define 'atomic number'

Define 'mass number '

What quantity is measured in 'Newtons' ?

What is the equation that links speed, distance and time

Which part of a cell allows water, oxygen and carbon dioxide pass through but not many other chemicals ?

Which part of a plant cell is made of cellulose ? 9

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Define 'isotope'

Define 'relative atomic mass'

What is the difference between 'velocity' and 'speed'

If an object has is stationary, what is its speed?

Which part of a plant cell protects and supports the cell ?

What is the major function of the chloroplast ? 12 11

What is the electronic configuration of hydrogen?

What is the electronic configuration of helium?

If a car travels 30 metres in 5 seconds, what is its average speed ? (remember units!)

If a car is travelling at 20 m/s for 1 minute, what distance will it travel ? (remember units)

Where in a plant cell is water stored ?

Name the type of cell: Absorbs light energy for photosynthesis. Packed with chloroplasts. Regular shape.

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What is the electronic configuration of lithium?

What is the electronic configuration of boron?

How long will it take a car travelling at 20 m/s to travel 1000 m ?

What is the equation that links acceleration, velocity and time ?

Name the type of cell: Absorbs water and minerals from the soil. It has a 'finger-like' shape and thin wall.

Why does a plant root hair cell have a 'finger-like' shape ?

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What is the electronic configuration of beryillium?

What is the electronic configuration of carbon?

In the equation a = (v -u)/t what does each letter mean?

What is happening to an object with 'positive acceleration' ?

Name the type of cell that fertilises an egg cell 17

Name the type of cell: Contains haemoglobin to carry oxgen to the cells. Thin outer membrane and no nucleus. 18

What is the electronic configuration of nitrogen?

What is the electronic configuration of oxygen?

What is happening to an object with 'negative acceleration' ?

What is the acceleration of a car that changes from 10m/s to 26m/s in 4 seconds ?

What substance turns iodine solution from a yellow colour to blue ?

What colour is produced when glucose is heated with blue Benedict's solution ? 19

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What is the electronic configuration of flourine?

What is the electronic configuration of neon?

A bicycle is moving at 15 m/s and takes 5 seconds to stop. What is its acceleration ?

A bicycle accelerates from rest at 2 m/s2 for 10 seconds. What is final velocity?

What is the definition of a 'catalyst' ?

What is another name for 'biological catalysts' ? 21

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What is the electronic configuration of sodium?

What is the electronic configuration of magnesium?

Draw a distance-time graph for an object at rest

Draw a distance-time graph for an object that has a constant velocity

What is the optimum temperature for most animal enzymes ? 23

Why does the rate of enzyme activity decrease as temperature gets higher than the optimum temperature ? 24

What is the electronic configuration of aluminium?

What is the electronic configuration of silicon?

In a distance-time graph, what is the significance of a straight line ?

How can the velocity of an object be found from a distance-time graph ?

What chemical elements are present in carbohydrates ?

What chemical elements are present in lipids (fats and oils) ? 25

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What is the electronic configuration of phosphorus?

What is the electronic configuration of sulphur?

Draw a distance-time graph for an object that is accelerating

Draw a distance-time graph for an object that moves from rest at a constant velocity, then remains stationary, and then returns back again to the start

What chemical elements are present in all proteins ? 27

simple sugars chemically join together to form__________ ? 28

What is the electronic configuration of chlorine?

What is the electronic configuration of argon?

Draw a velocity-time graph for an object moving at a constant speed

Draw a velocity-time graph for an object moving with a constant acceleration

amino acids chemically join together to form ____________ ?

fatty acids and glycerol chemically join together to form _________ ? 29

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What is the electronic configuration of potassium?

What is the electronic configuration of calcium?

Draw a velocity-time graph for an object moving with an increasing acceleration Look at this graph. Describe the accelerations at each stage.

Define osmosis´ 31

Define ´diffusion´ 32

What is each row in the Periodic Table called?

How many shells of electrons are there in the 2nd row of the Periodic Table?

What is the significance of the area under a velocitytime graph

Look at this graph What is the total distance travelled ?

Define ´active transport´ 33

Name the three ways that substances are moved into and out of cells 34

How many shells of electros are there in the 3rd row of the Periodic Table?

How many shells of electros are there in the 4th row of the Periodic Table?

What is 'resultant force' ?

A 5 Newton force pushes an object forward but there is also 5 Newtons of friction. What is the resultant force ?

Name three factors that affect the rate of movement of substances into and out of cells

What will be the effect on diffusion if temperature is increased ?

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What are the vertical columns in the Periodic Table called?

In terms of electronic configuration, what do all Group 1 elements have in common?

An object, which is not at rest, has a resultant force of zero on it. What will happen to the motion of the object ?

A falling object has a wieght of 30 N and a drag force of 30 N. What is the resultant force ?

What will be the effect on diffusion if the concentration gradient is increased ?

what is meant by ´concentration gradient´ ? 37

In terms of electronic configuration, what do all Group 7 elements have in common?

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Define 'noble gas'

What is 'terminal velocity' ?

What is the equation that links acceleration, mass and resultant force ?

Do smaller or larger organisms have a greater surface to volume ratio ?

In terms of energy transfer, what type of energy is put into photosynthesis ?

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Why are Group 8 gases unreactive?

State two properties of metals

A ball of mass 0.8 kg is kicked with a force of 2N. What will be its acceleration ?

A car of mass 800 kg is accelerating at 5 m/s . What must be the resultant force acting on it?

In terms of energy transfer, what type of energy comes out of photosynthesis ?

Name the two inorganic chemicals that combine to form glucose during photosynthesis

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State two properties of 'non-metals'

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Name an element that is a non-metal but conducts electricity

What is the acceleration due to the Earth's gravity ? What is the equation that links 'acceleration due to Earth's gravity', 'mass', and 'weight' ? What pigment in plant cells 'captures' sunlight ? 43

State the word equation that descibes photosynthesis 44

Define an 'alkali metal'

Define a 'halogen'

What is the weight, on Earth, of an object with a mass of 10 kg ?

A car doubles its speed. What happens to its kinetic energy ?

What is the chemical formula for glucose ? 45

Name three factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis 46

Define an 'ion'

What is the charge on a hyrogen ion? Why does it have this charge?

When a car comes to rest, what type of energy is coverted to other forms ?

Name three factors that will affect the braking distance of a car, assuming the brakes and tyres are in good working order

What three things are required for photosynthesis to happen ?

In a leaf, what is the purpose of the 'waxy cuticle' ?

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What is the charge on a lithium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a sodium ion? Why does it have this charge?

Apart from braking distance, what else effects the overall stopping distance of a car ?

What is meant by the term 'moment of a force' ? In a leaf, what is the purpose of 'guard cells' ?

In a leaf, what is the purpose of the 'stomata' ?

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What is the charge on a magnesium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a floride ion? Why does it have this charge?

How is the 'moment of a force' calculated ?

What is the unit for 'moment of a force' ?

In a leaf, what is the purpose of the 'palisade cells' ? 51

What enables a palisade cell to be good at photosynthesis ? 52

What is the charge on a choride ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a potassium ion? Why does it have this charge?

If a force of 10N acts at a pendicular distance of 0.3 m from the pivot, what is the size of the moment ? Give the unit

Look at this picture of a see-saw. What is the resultant moment?

Why does a plant need to take in nitrate ions ? Why does a plant need to take in magnesium ions ?

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What is the charge on a magnesium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a calcium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the definition of 'centre of gravity' ?

How is 'extension' calculated ?

A leaf is tested with iodine. It turns blue-black. What does this indicate is present ?

when do plants respire ? 56 55

What is the charge on a copper ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a iron ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is Hooke's Law ?

What is the definition of an 'elastic material' ?

why do plants give out oxygen during the day but carbon dioxde at night ?

Which food type is the body's main 'fuel' for supplying cells with energy 57

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What is the charge on a sulphate ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a hydroxide ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the definition of a 'plastic material' ?

Do elastic bands obey Hooke's Law ?

Name two foods that are good sources of carbohydrate

What food type is needed for growth and repair of tissue ? 59

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What is the charge on a nitrate ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a silver ion? Why does it have this charge? What is measured in 'amperes' ?

Wires and springs obey Hooke's Law. What will a force-extension graph look like for wires and springs ? What food type is essential part of cell structure and is deposited in the body as a long term store of energy ?

Name two foods that are good sources of protein 61

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What is the charge on a ammonium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the charge on a aluminium ion? Why does it have this charge?

What is the symbol for current?

What is the symbol for amperes?

Name two foods that are a good source of lipids

What is the effect of vitamin A deficiency ? 63

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Define 'oxidation'

Define 'reduction'

What is measured in 'coulombs' ?

What is the symbol for charge?

Name a food that is a good source of vitamin A

Name a disease associated with vitamin C deficiency 65

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Why does NaCl have a high melting point?

Why do ionic compounds have high melting points?

What is the symbol for coulombs?

What is measured in 'joules' ?

Name a food that is a good source of vitamin C

What are calcium ions used for in the body ? 67

Define 'ionic bond'

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Why do ionic compounds conduct electricity when molten or in solution?

What is the symbol for energy? What is the symbol for Joules? What are iron ions used for in the body ? 69

Name a food source rich in calcium ions 70


Define 'electrolysis'

All Group 1 ions have what charge?

What is measured in 'seconds' ?

What is the symbol for time?

Name a food source rich in iron ions 71

What is the function of eating 'dietary fibre' in a healthy diet ? 72

All Group 2 ions have what charge?

All Group 6 ions have what charge?

What is the symbol for seconds?

What is measured in 'ohms' ?

Moving down the alimentary canal, put these in order: small intestine, oesophagus, stomach, large intestine

What is the function of the pancreas ? 74

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All Group 7 ions have what charge?

Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in a hydrogen molecule

What is the symbol for resistance? What is the symbol for ohms? Food is broken down by enzyme digestion and ____________ digestion 75

Taking food into the body through the mouth is known as ____________ ? 76

Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in a methane molecule

Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in a hydrogen chloride molecule

What is measured in 'volts' ?

What is the symbol for voltage?

Define 'digestion'

Name the process when faeces is removed by the body

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Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in a nitrogen molecule

Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in an ethane molecule

What is the symbol for volts?

What is measured in 'watts' ?

The removal of waste products from the cells is called________?

What is 'peristalsis' ? 80 79


Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in magnesium chloride

Draw dot and cross diagram to show bonding in sodium chloride

What is the symbol for power?

What is the symbol for Watts?

Why is food moved in the gut by peristalsis ?

Which enzymes break down starch to glucose ? 81

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Draw dot and cross diagram to show the bonding in carbon dioxide

Why do simple molecular substances have low boiling points?

Write 'the current equals five amps' in symbols

Write 'the power is three watts' in symbols

Which enzymes break down proteins to amino acids ?

Which enzyme breaks down lipids to fatty acids and glycerol ?

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What are the allotropes of carbon?

Why are diamonds hard?

Write in full: 'R = 4 立'

Write in full: 'I = 6 A'

Which organ produces bile ?

Where in the body is bile stored ? 85

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why is graphite used as a lubricant?

Define 'sublimation'

Write in full: 't = 2 s'

Write the equation that relates 'power', 'current' and 'voltage' in symbols

what does bile do ? 87

what is the name of the surface of tiny projections that coat the inside of the intestine ? 88

why do graphite and diamond have high sublimation points?

Define 'mole'

Write the equation that relates 'resistance', 'current' and 'voltage' in symbols

Write the equation that relates 'energy', 'current', 'time' and 'voltage' in symbols

What is the useful product of respiration ? Why does the villi help digestion ?

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