After this lesson you will be able to: investigate the uses and advantages of current genetic technologies that induce genetic change describe techniques and applications used in recombinant DNA technology, for example: the development of transgenic organisms in agricultural and medical applications evaluate the benefits of using genetic technologies in agricultural, medical and industrial applicationsContinue reading “HSC Biology Recombinant technology: Insulin production”
Purpose of titrations, principle of titrations, analytical techniques, understanding indicators, setting out a titration calculation
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Equilibrium Questions & Haber Process When evaluating an industrial chemical synthesis process, consider the following factors: availability of reagents, reaction conditions, yield and purity industrial uses (eg pharmaceutical, cosmetics, cleaning products, fuels) environmental, social and economic issues Potential Short Answer Q`uestions Exam type 5 markers Question 1. Explain the conditions used in the haber process.Continue reading “Haber Process HSC Style Questions”
Learn. The HSC Biology inquiry question, How are diseases transmitted? is broken down and answered in this video. This goes through the following: What is an infectious disease? An infectious Disease is a disease resulting in a change from normal biochemical or physiological function – this can be spread from one individual to another. WhatContinue reading “Causes of Infectious Diseases”
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Question 1. 2018 HSC Question 2. 2016 Question 3. 2014 Question 4. Question 5. 2012 HSC MacFarlane is no longer assessed in HSC Biology. Question 6. 2009 2004 Question 7. Question for future HSC. Evaluate the contributions of L. Pasteur to modern microbiology [6 marks] Answers. Question 1. Pasteur provided supporting evidence for the factContinue reading “HSC Past Questions for Pasteur”
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Learn. The role of the immune system is to protect and defend the body against infectious diseases. The immune system is broken into two branches, the innate immune system and the adaptive immune system. The innate immune system is a general immune response which is not specialised to fight against a particular pathogen. A pathogenContinue reading “The immune System – HSC Biology”
Get homework emailed to you weekly, here Week 1. Provide examples of pathogens and the disease’s they cause. [not exam style] Week 2. A scientist suspects that a disease is caused by a pathogen. They make the following observations The pathogen lacks internal membrane bound organelles The pathogen can be cultured on nutrient rich agar TheContinue reading “Module 7 HSC Biology Homework”