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Inorganic ions
Bicarbonated ions
Calcium ions
Chloride ions
Hydrogen ions
HCO3- helps maintain acid-base balance
CA +2- necessary for bone development muscle contraction in b…
CI- helps maintain water balance
H+ pH of internal environments
Bicarbonated ions
HCO3- helps maintain acid-base balance
Calcium ions
CA +2- necessary for bone development muscle contraction in b…
10 terms
inorganic ions
calcium Ca2+
Sodium Na+
Potassium K+
Hydrogen H+
transmission of nerve impulses
generating nerve impulses
generating nerve impulses
Important for photosynthesis reactions
calcium Ca2+
transmission of nerve impulses
Sodium Na+
generating nerve impulses
12 terms
Inorganic ions
Calcium (ca+)
Sodium (Na+)
Potassium (K+)
Hydrogen (H+)
1.Involved in transmission of nerve impulses ... 2. Controls rel…
1. Generating nerve impulses ... 2. Muscle contraction ... 3. Regul…
1. Generating nerve impulses ... 2. Muscle contraction ... 3. Activ…
1.Affects PH of substances ... 2. Important for reactions in pho…
Calcium (ca+)
1.Involved in transmission of nerve impulses ... 2. Controls rel…
Sodium (Na+)
1. Generating nerve impulses ... 2. Muscle contraction ... 3. Regul…
Inorganic Ions
Hydrogen
Ammonium
Calcium
Magnesium
H+
NH4+
Ca+2
Mg+2
Hydrogen
H+
Ammonium
NH4+
Inorganic Ions
NO3^- (Nitrate)
PO4^3- (Phosphate)
Cl^- (Chloride)
HCO3^- (Hydrogen Carbonate)
Used in plants to form amino acids/DNA
Forms ATP/ADP/DNA/RNA
Nerve impulses/Secretory systems
Prevents blood from becoming too acidic
NO3^- (Nitrate)
Used in plants to form amino acids/DNA
PO4^3- (Phosphate)
Forms ATP/ADP/DNA/RNA
Inorganic ions
BrO -1
BrO2 -1
BrO3 -1
BrO4 -1
Hypobromite
Bromite
Bromate
Perbromate
BrO -1
Hypobromite
BrO2 -1
Bromite
Inorganic ions
Ions
Inorganic
Iron ions in haemoglobin
Hydrogen ions
an atom or group of atoms that have an electric charge. ... Cati…
Ion that doesn't contain carbon.
Haemoglobin is a large protein that carries oxygen around the…
pH is calculated based on the amount of H+ ions in the enviro…
Ions
an atom or group of atoms that have an electric charge. ... Cati…
Inorganic
Ion that doesn't contain carbon.
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Inorganic ions
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
Hydrogen
Ca2+
Na+
K+
H+
Calcium
Ca2+
Sodium
Na+
9 terms
Inorganic Ions
bicarbonate ions
calcium ions
carbonate ions
chloride ions
buffer system, crucial for acid base balance
bone development, muscle contraction and blood clotting
component of bone tissue along with calcium
helps maintain water balance
bicarbonate ions
buffer system, crucial for acid base balance
calcium ions
bone development, muscle contraction and blood clotting
inorganic ions
calcium (Ca2+)
Sodium (Na+)
Potassium (K+)
Hydrogen (H+)
Involved in transmission of nerve impulses and release of ins…
Important for generating nerve impulses for muscle contraction
Important for generating nerve impulses for muscle contractio…
Acts as a buffer as it affects the PH of substances - more ac…
calcium (Ca2+)
Involved in transmission of nerve impulses and release of ins…
Sodium (Na+)
Important for generating nerve impulses for muscle contraction
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Inorganic ions
What are 5 the cations (positive ions)…
What are 5 the anions (negative ions)…
Role of Calcium in biological process
Role of sodium in biological process
Calcium, sodium, Potassium, Hydrogen and Ammonium
Nitrate, Hydrogencarbonate, chloride, phosphate, hydroxide
Tranmsission of nerve impulses and release of insulin from pa…
involved in generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction and…
What are 5 the cations (positive ions)…
Calcium, sodium, Potassium, Hydrogen and Ammonium
What are 5 the anions (negative ions)…
Nitrate, Hydrogencarbonate, chloride, phosphate, hydroxide
Inorganic Ions
What are micronutrients?
What are macronutrients?
What is magnesium needed for?
What is iron needed for?
Nutrients that are needed in minute amounts.
Nutrients that are needed in small amounts.
Makes up chlorophyll and so is needed for photosynthesis.
Makes up haemoglobin and so is needed for carrying oxygen aro…
What are micronutrients?
Nutrients that are needed in minute amounts.
What are macronutrients?
Nutrients that are needed in small amounts.
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Inorganic ions
Colour of [Co(H₂O)₆]²⁺
Colour of [Cu(H₂O)₆]²⁺
Colour of [Fe(H₂O)₆]²⁺
Colour of [Fe(H₂O)₆]³⁺
Pink
Blue
Green
Yellow
Colour of [Co(H₂O)₆]²⁺
Pink
Colour of [Cu(H₂O)₆]²⁺
Blue
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Inorganic Ions
calcium Ca2+
Sodium Na+
Potassium K+
Hydrogen H+
transmission of nerve impulses
generating nerve impulses
generating nerve impulses
Important for photosynthesis reactions
calcium Ca2+
transmission of nerve impulses
Sodium Na+
generating nerve impulses
10 terms
Inorganic ions
Hydroxide
Hydrogen carbonate
Nitrate
Chloride
Anion - Maintains blood pH at 7.35, part of water
Anion - Maintains blood pH at 7.35
Supply of N for plant protein synthesis, nitrogenous bases in…
Contributes to water potential of cell - balances K+ and Na+
Hydroxide
Anion - Maintains blood pH at 7.35, part of water
Hydrogen carbonate
Anion - Maintains blood pH at 7.35
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Inorganic Ions
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
Hydrogen
-Increase ridgity of bones, teeth , cartilage, exoskeleton... -C…
-Regulation of osmotic pressure... -Control water levels in body…
-control H2O levels in body & pH... -Transport of minerals in ce…
-Photosynthesis & respiration... -Transport of O and CO2 in bloo…
Calcium
-Increase ridgity of bones, teeth , cartilage, exoskeleton... -C…
Sodium
-Regulation of osmotic pressure... -Control water levels in body…
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Inorganic Ions
Cation
Anion
Inorganic Ion
Iron ions
Ion with a positive charge
Ion with a negative charge
Doesn't contain carbon
Important part of haemoglobin
Cation
Ion with a positive charge
Anion
Ion with a negative charge
Inorganic ions
an ion which does not contain carbon
it's properties
hydrogen ions
conc of hydrogen ions
what is an inorganic ion?
what determines an ions specific role?
ions based on PH
pH is
an ion which does not contain carbon
what is an inorganic ion?
it's properties
what determines an ions specific role?
Inorganic Ions
macronutrients
micronutrients
magnesium
iron
needed in small amounts
needed in trace amounts e.g. copper, zinc
constituent of chlorophyll in leaves
a constituent of haemoglobin in blood
macronutrients
needed in small amounts
micronutrients
needed in trace amounts e.g. copper, zinc
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Inorganic Ions
Ca 2+
Na +
K +
H +
Used in transmission of nerve impulses and release of insulin…
Generates nerve impulses and regulates fluid balance
Activates enzymes needed for photosynthesis as well as regula…
Lowers the pH and is used for photosynthesis and respiration…
Ca 2+
Used in transmission of nerve impulses and release of insulin…
Na +
Generates nerve impulses and regulates fluid balance
8 terms
Inorganic Ions
Organic
Inorganic
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Molecules that have a high proportion of carbon atoms
A molecule or ion that has no more than one carbon atom
Needed in small concentrations e.g. Magnesium, iron, phosphat…
Needed in minute concentrations e.g copper and zinc
Organic
Molecules that have a high proportion of carbon atoms
Inorganic
A molecule or ion that has no more than one carbon atom
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Inorganic ions
Cations
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
An ion with a positive charge
Involved in the transmission of nerve impulses & the release…
Important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
Important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
Cations
An ion with a positive charge
Calcium
Involved in the transmission of nerve impulses & the release…
6 terms
inorganic ions
ions in animals and plants necessary for
in body tissues ions are also known as
calcium
potassium
vital cellular activity
electrolytes
biological messenger
osmotic balance in the kidneys
ions in animals and plants necessary for
vital cellular activity
in body tissues ions are also known as
electrolytes
Inorganic ions
Inorganic
Organic
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
a molecule or an ion that has no more than one carbon atom
molecules that have a high proportion of carbon atoms
Ions needed on small amounts
Ions needed in minute concentrations
Inorganic
a molecule or an ion that has no more than one carbon atom
Organic
molecules that have a high proportion of carbon atoms
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Inorganic Ions
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
Hydrogen
Bone structure
Water Reabsorption
Stomata opening
Hydrogen bonds
Calcium
Bone structure
Sodium
Water Reabsorption
15 terms
Inorganic Ions
Inorganic ions
Cation
Anion
Canions
Doesn't contain carbon; have an electric charge; important in…
Ion with a positive charge.
Ion with a negative charge.
Calcium; Sodium; Potassium; Hydrogen and Ammonium.
Inorganic ions
Doesn't contain carbon; have an electric charge; important in…
Cation
Ion with a positive charge.
Inorganic ions
Important in
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Magnesium ... (Macronutrient)
Muscle contraction, nervous coordination, maintaining osmotic…
Needed in small concentrations
Needed in minute (trace) amounts e.g. Cooper and zinc
- Important constituent in chlorophyll- essential for photosy…
Important in
Muscle contraction, nervous coordination, maintaining osmotic…
Macronutrients
Needed in small concentrations
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Inorganic ions
acronym for cations
cations
potassium acronym
claim acronym
potassium can't stop adoring hydrogen
potassium, calcium, sodium, ammonium, hydrogen
sal hmv
rb camp
acronym for cations
potassium can't stop adoring hydrogen
cations
potassium, calcium, sodium, ammonium, hydrogen
inorganic ions
Cations
Anions
Calcium [Ca2+]
Sodium [Na+]
Possitively charged atoms.
Negative charged atoms.
Nerve impulse transmission, also controls muscle contractions
Nerve impulse transmittion, also involved in kidney function
Cations
Possitively charged atoms.
Anions
Negative charged atoms.
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inorganic ions
calcium
sodium
potassium
hydrogen
nerve impulses, insulin, cofactor for blood clotting, bone fo…
generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating flu…
generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating flu…
affects pH, photosynthesis
calcium
nerve impulses, insulin, cofactor for blood clotting, bone fo…
sodium
generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating flu…
Inorganic ions
Nitrate ions (NO3´)
Phosphate ions. (PO4´)
Chloride ions (cl´)
Hydrogen carbonate ions (HCO3 ´)
Needed in plants for the formation of amino acids and therefo…
Needed in all living organisms including plants and animals i…
Needed in nerve impulses, sweating and many secretory systems.
Needed for buffering the blood to prevent it from becoming to…
Nitrate ions (NO3´)
Needed in plants for the formation of amino acids and therefo…
Phosphate ions. (PO4´)
Needed in all living organisms including plants and animals i…
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Inorganic ions
inorganic
cation
anion
calcium ions... symbol+biological process
An ion which does not contain carbon
an ion with a positive charge
an ion with a negative charge
Ca 2+... Transmission of nerve impulses... Releases insulin from th…
inorganic
An ion which does not contain carbon
cation
an ion with a positive charge
Inorganic ions
Inorganic ions
Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Macronutrient - Magnesium
Also known as electrolytes or minerals and are important in m…
Needed in small concentrations
Needed in minute concentrations e.g. Copper and Zinc
Important constituent of chlorophyll and so is essential for…
Inorganic ions
Also known as electrolytes or minerals and are important in m…
Macronutrients
Needed in small concentrations
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Inorganic ions
Anion
Cation
Inorganic
Properties of inorganic ions
Atoms that have gained electrons have a negative charge
Atoms that have lost electrons have a positive charge
Has no hydrocarbon group
They dissolve in water ... Found in the cytoplasm of cells and b…
Anion
Atoms that have gained electrons have a negative charge
Cation
Atoms that have lost electrons have a positive charge
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Inorganic Ions
Cofactor
Cations
Anions
Calcium
A non protein chemical compound that is jeeded for the protei…
Poatively charged ions
Negatively charged ions
•Ca2+... •involved in transmission of nerve impulses ... •release o…
Cofactor
A non protein chemical compound that is jeeded for the protei…
Cations
Poatively charged ions
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Inorganic Ions
Calcium
Charge of Ca
Sodium
Charge of Na
Bone formation, transmission of nerve impulses, acts as a cof…
2+
Generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating flu…
+
Calcium
Bone formation, transmission of nerve impulses, acts as a cof…
Charge of Ca
2+
Inorganic ions
Calcium Ca2+
Sodium Na+
Potassium K+
Hydrogen H+
involved in the transmission of nerve impulses and the releas…
important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
important for generating nerve impulses, muscle contraction a…
affects the pH of substances (more H+ ions than OH- ions in a…
Calcium Ca2+
involved in the transmission of nerve impulses and the releas…
Sodium Na+
important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
11 terms
Inorganic ions.
Calcium ions Ca2+
Sodium ions Na+
Potassium ions K+
Hydrogen ions H+
Most abundant in the body. Cation. 1.5% total bodyweight. 99%…
Main cations in extracellular fluids. Used to affect osmosis…
Contribute to nerve impulse transmission and muscle contracti…
Affect pH. Have a role in respiration and photosynthesis. Cat…
Calcium ions Ca2+
Most abundant in the body. Cation. 1.5% total bodyweight. 99%…
Sodium ions Na+
Main cations in extracellular fluids. Used to affect osmosis…
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Inorganic ions
Calcium
Calcium
Calcium
Calcium
Increases bone, teeth and cartilage rigidity
Involved in blood clotting
Stimulates muscle contraction
Regulates cell wall permeability
Calcium
Increases bone, teeth and cartilage rigidity
Calcium
Involved in blood clotting
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Inorganic Ions
Calcium (6)
Sodium (5)
Potassium (8)
hydrogen (4)
rigidity, blood clotting, muscle contraction, regulates... nerve…
regulation of osmotic pressure, affects carb absorption, nerv…
maintains pH, assists active transport, synthesis of proteins…
photosythesis, respiration, transport of O2 and CO2 in blood,…
Calcium (6)
rigidity, blood clotting, muscle contraction, regulates... nerve…
Sodium (5)
regulation of osmotic pressure, affects carb absorption, nerv…
Inorganic ions
Calcium (Ca2+)
Sodium (Na+)
Potassium (K+)
Hydrogen (H+)
Involved in transmission of nerve impulses and the release of…
Important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
Important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
Affects pH of substances. Important for photosynthesis reacti…
Calcium (Ca2+)
Involved in transmission of nerve impulses and the release of…
Sodium (Na+)
Important for generating nerve impulses, for muscle contracti…
11 terms
Inorganic ions
Cations - Calcium - Ca 2+
Cations - Sodium - Na+
Cations - Potassium - K+
Increases rigidity of bones teeth and cartilage... Important in…
Involved in control of water levels in body fluid and mainten…
Involved in the control of water levels in body fluid and mai…
Cations - Calcium - Ca 2+
Increases rigidity of bones teeth and cartilage... Important in…
Cations - Sodium - Na+
Involved in control of water levels in body fluid and mainten…
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Inorganic ions
An atom or group of atoms that has an…
Glucose and amino acids
One which doesn't contain carbon and i…
They help to transport glucose and ami…
What is an ion?
Give examples of molecules which can't cross the cell membran…
What is an inorganic ion?
What is the function of sodium?
An atom or group of atoms that has an…
What is an ion?
Glucose and amino acids
Give examples of molecules which can't cross the cell membran…
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Inorganic ions
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
Hydrogen
Makes bone and tissue rigid... Blood clot... Contracts protein... Acti…
Regulates pH... Absorbs carbs in intestine... Absorbs h2o in kidney…
Controls h20 in body... Helps active transport in cell membrane…
Photosynthesis and respiration... Regulates ph
Calcium
Makes bone and tissue rigid... Blood clot... Contracts protein... Acti…
Sodium
Regulates pH... Absorbs carbs in intestine... Absorbs h2o in kidney…
Inorganic ions
Ca2+
Na+
K+
H+
Transmission of nerve impulses - release of insulin - cofactor
Generating nerve impulses for muscles contraction- reg fluid…
Generating nerve impulses for muscle contract - reg fluidity…
Affects pH of a substance, more H+ than OH- = acid ... Important…
Ca2+
Transmission of nerve impulses - release of insulin - cofactor
Na+
Generating nerve impulses for muscles contraction- reg fluid…
8 terms
Inorganic ions
ion
cation
anion
no carbon
an atom that has an electric charge
ion with a positive charge
ion with a negative charge
inorganic ion
ion
an atom that has an electric charge
cation
ion with a positive charge
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inorganic ions
what are ions
inorganic ions
name the organic ions
hydrogen ions (H+) and pH
-an atom or group of atoms that has an electric charge ... e.g N…
ions which don't contain carbon ... -occure in solutions in the…
-hydrogen ions(H+) and pH... -iron ions(Fe2+) as a component in…
pH is calculated based on the concentration of hydrogen ions…
what are ions
-an atom or group of atoms that has an electric charge ... e.g N…
inorganic ions
ions which don't contain carbon ... -occure in solutions in the…
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inorganic ions
nitrate, NO3-
hydrogen carbonate, HCO3-
chloride, Cl-
phosphate, PO43-
absorbed from soil by plants, important source of nitrogen
acts as a buffer, helps to maintain pH of blood
involved in the chloride shift, helps maintain pH of blood du…
involved in photosynthesis and respiration reactions, needed…
nitrate, NO3-
absorbed from soil by plants, important source of nitrogen
hydrogen carbonate, HCO3-
acts as a buffer, helps to maintain pH of blood
10 terms
inorganic ions
Calcium Ca2+
Sodium Na+
Potassium K+
Hydrogen H+
transmission of nerve impulses, release insulin from pancreas…
nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating fluid balance
nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating fluid balance,…
affects pH of substance, more H+ than OH-=acid, photosynthesi…
Calcium Ca2+
transmission of nerve impulses, release insulin from pancreas…
Sodium Na+
nerve impulses, muscle contraction, regulating fluid balance
5 terms
Inorganic ions
What do these inorganic ions have in c…
Name the cations (+ve)
Name the anions (-ve)
Pneumonic for the cations
They all are involved in biological processes
Sodium... Calcium (+2)... Hydrogen... Ammonium... Potassium
Hydroxide... Phosphate (-3)... Nitrate ... Hydrogencarbonate... Chloride
Cations can poison snakes and heal
What do these inorganic ions have in c…
They all are involved in biological processes
Name the cations (+ve)
Sodium... Calcium (+2)... Hydrogen... Ammonium... Potassium
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