Ppt B3.3.2 and 3 Temperature and sugar control

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B3.3.2 and 3 Temperature and sugar control

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B3.3.2 and 3 Temperature and sugar control

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Water is lost from the body in several ways.

The pie chart shows the volume of water lost, in cm 3 , by a man on a cold day.

(a) (i)

The total volume of water lost by the man was 3000 cm 3 .

How much water was lost through the skin?

Volume of water lost through skin …………….. cm 3

(1 mark)

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(a) (ii)

The same man lost 1200 cm a warm day. Give

one

water lost on the two days.

3 of water through the skin on reason for the different volumes of ……………………………………………………………………… ………………

(1 mark)

(b)

To maintain water balance in the body, the total volume of water taken in must equal the total volume of water lost.

Give to a

two

ways this is achieved on a hot day, when compared cold day.

Tick (  )

two

boxes.

The volume of water in the urine decreases. The volume of water in the faeces increases. The volume of water taken as food or drink increases. The volume of water breathed out decreases. (2 marks) Version 2.0 Copyright © AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved.

question 8(a)(i)

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answers 8(a)(ii)

more sweat produced on warm day / for cooling on warm day

extra information 8(b)

the volume of water in the urine decreases the volume of water taken as food or drink increases.

each extra box ticked cancels a mark

mark 1 1 1 1 Total 4

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What is the acceptable range for the blood glucose concentration before meals?

From ....................................... to ......................................... mmol per dm3

(1 mark)

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