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Calcium ions

Asked by sabrinaf | May 6, 2008 | AS Level > Biology > Coursework
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sabrinaf asks:

How many marks are given for background theory?
What exactly is a cofactor?
Will changing the concentration of calcium ions effect the rate of coagulation of milk? Why?

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etutor answers:
Re. marks - I don't know what board you are doing - the coursework mark scheme ought to be in the specification. A cofactor is a chemical that is needed for a particular enzyme to work. Calcium increases milk coagulation. The mechanism is very complex and you don't need to know it for AS level

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