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Draw a punnet square to show probabilities of

offspring inheriting haemophilia, if the


mother is heterozygous and the father does
not have the inherited disease.

Use the following diagram to explain how


monoclonal antibodies are produced:

Explain how monoclonal antibodies


can be used for the following:
Pregnancy testing
Locating position of blood clots
Targeting specific cells during drug
and radiotherapy treatments

On the graph, label the following:


Primary response Secondary
response
Initial infection of
pathogen/vaccination
Second infection of same pathogen.

What does the body have, the second time it is infected


(by the same pathogen/if it is infected by a pathogen,
following vaccination from that pathogen) which enables
it to respond much faster, compared with the initial
infection?
Advantages of
Risks of immunisation:
immunisation:

B3 Topic 1: Control
Systems

Name the scientist, responsible for


developing the small pox
vaccination.
Describe what is happening at each
stage of the graph:

Write/draw a flow diagram to show how


Write/draw diagrams to
What is a circadian
vaccinations work, using the keywords
explain
Louis
Pasteurs
rhythm?
Complete
thekidney,
following
flow
diagram to show
listed
below:
Label
this
using
the
contribution to aseptic
how words
osmoregulation
listed below:takes place in the
Explain the importance of
technique:
body if it becomes dehydrated:
Explain, using an example, how
photoperiodicity in plants
detects lack of water in
plants defend themselves from
including:
the blood by
pests and diseases:
Draw
Germination
Draw a
an egg
Lymphocyte Phagocyte Antibody
sperm
cell
Growth
cell
and
Hypothalamus
sends signals
to the
Pathogen
Antigen
Memory
and
Reproduction Label this nephron:
annotate

lymphocyte to release
annotate
how its

Name
of
hormone
During
the
menstrual
cycle
how
its for
Kidney dialysis
Kidney transplant
Where hormone is
adapted
State
where
in theof
nephron
the
Explain, using an example, how some plant chemicals
may be
used tostimulates
treat human
diseases,
orthe
relieve
some
the symptoms:
released
during

maturation
of
egg
follicle.
adapted
for
Description
released from:
its function:
Where in
following two functions take
menstrual cycle:
ADH travels via the blood to the
its function:
of treatment

is
responsible
for
repairing/building
up
the
uterus
lining.
List
the
three
body
functions
body
place and explain the functions:

in the kidneys,the
where
it
Renal artery

for the
egg toUltrafiltration
be released
from
ovary.
which work
a negative
List
the three
main stages in thesignals
menstrual
cycle:
Infertility
Advantages
areto
excess
onthe
signals
for
more

be
Infertility
Disadvantage
Renal
vein Kidney Ureter
feedback
system:
1treatmen
Advantage:
Disadvantage:
Advantage:
of
treatment

secretes
progesterone,
which

the uterus lining.


List
the
bodys
two
main
metabolic
waste
products:
amino
acids List the sex chromosomes for females
reabsorb
from
the
kidney
filtrate,
back
into
treatment:
:
Bladder - Urethra
t:
1- and
2Disadvantag
1

inhibits
production
of
FSH
LH.
broken
Selective
reabsorption
Can
females
be
carriers
of
haemophilia
or
colour
blindness?
Why?
the blood.
andEgg
males:
Surrogate
2- blindness?
3es of
2
down
into Can
Menstruation
triggered
by a drop in or

and
males
carriers
of haemophilia
colour
Why?
Females
be is
donation
mother
3treatment