This class will aid students understanding of Biological Molecules (AQA Topic 1). Modules include the different types of molecules, DNA replication, the biological importance of water, and inorganic ions. This will also provide a foundation for later topics requiring this knowledge.
Friday 29th October at 4:00 PM 60 mins
Monomer and Polymers of Biological Molecules
Friday 5th November at 4:00 PM 60 mins
The different types of biological molecules, their structures, and their uses. Covered molecules include carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids.
Friday 12th November at 4:00 PM 60 mins
Proteins and enzymes. The levels of structure of proteins are explained, with enzymes used as a specific example. Enzyme function and factors affecting it are also explored.
Friday 19th November at 4:00 PM 60 mins
Nucleotides and their derivatives (including ATP), and the processes involved in DNA replication.
Friday 26th November at 4:00 PM 60 mins
The biological importance of water, and the identities and importance of inorganic ions.
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