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trang8

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wtf who is "Ananya Chakravorty"? I heard she doesn't even do Biology! Maybe just wants her 15 seconds of fame.
probably showing off as well "disillusioned by the ineptitude and misplaced tyranny"
 

dest

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Yeah full marks for multi... Not particularly hard
 

domo376

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proteins attach to nitrogenous waste, asked the teacher.
 
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smartalec

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proteins attach to nitrogenous waste, asked the teacher.
um no. its lipids. last year had a similar question:

12 How are lipids transported in mammalian blood?
(A) They are attached to proteins.
(B) They are dissolved in the blood.
(C) They are part of the membrane of red blood cells.
(D) They are attached to haemoglobin in red blood cells.


answer is A. k.
 

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The main queries on this site are:
1 Cytotoxic T-cells vs Killer T-cells. Many are relying on wikepedia, however I may suggest that Cardiff university may give a more VALID response http://www.tcells.org/scientific/ clearly they are the one and the same thing, although the more commonly known natural killer cells are NOT T-cells, thay also perform he same function which is why many teachers think they are the same thing, also whilst 23% of carbon dioxide is carried by the protien haemoglobin, it is not the way CO2 is MAINLY carried, (which is as carbonic acid). Lipoprotiens is the answer, or more correcly chylomicrons as the specific type of lipoprotien. I thought the exam was overly easy. Won't separate the chaff from the hay.
 

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