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    (Original post by isachambers112)
    What about the last question on the paper, mendel and his findings and why other scientists didn't think it was important ?
    sumone in my class put down (cuz he didnt have a clue) he wrote ' Because monks werent considered as brainy ' lol
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    (Original post by _wikipedia)
    did anyone get the answer as to why ribosomes cannot be seen under a light microscope? It frustrated me so much
    i just said they're too tiny...probs wrong..i think it might have been one of those questions thats less complicated than you think
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    (Original post by kwstudent)
    sumone in my class put down (cuz he didnt have a clue) he wrote ' Because monks werent considered as brainy ' lol
    to be fair he might get a mark for saying he was a monk hahahah
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    (Original post by _wikipedia)
    did anyone get the answer as to why ribosomes cannot be seen under a light microscope? It frustrated me so much
    I put that ribosomes are too small to be seen under a light microscope
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    (Original post by shots-fired)
    I got 3:1
    SAMEE!
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    (Original post by isachambers112)
    What about the last question on the paper, mendel and his findings and why other scientists didn't think it was important ?
    1) he wasn't a scientist; he was a monk
    2) lack of knowledge and evidence on genes
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    @_wikipedia nope, i guessed and said that they were invisible, oh no

    @ellen199 it was towards the end i think, it was definitely in there. the mendel question was at the end & the mitosis question was i think page 4 or 5

    @kwstudent i did the same, i mean about the length of the leaf
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    (Original post by asxhaa)
    SAMEE!
    yessss
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    Oh and for the ratio question I literally just put the numbers given in a ratio
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    (Original post by ellen199)
    to be fair he might get a mark for saying he was a monk hahahah
    yeah mebe!
    Mendel musta been pretty 'peed' off with peas anyway
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    I got really confused with the person one 77 thing as well because I measured it over 80 as well. Then I realised that the question was asking what the stroke volume was at after 1 minute and the stroke volume was 77 at 1 minute, not the highest point of the graph which was over 80.
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    (Original post by ladyrailly)
    @_wikipedia nope, i guessed and said that they were invisible, oh no

    @ellen199 it was towards the end i think, it was definitely in there. the mendel question was at the end & the mitosis question was i think page 4 or 5

    @kwstudent i did the same, i mean about the length of the leaf
    yeah i thought it was pretty obvious that ques...like wot else wud they use the ruler for?? Measuring the rays of light?!!
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    (Original post by ladyrailly)
    @_wikipedia nope, i guessed and said that they were invisible, oh no

    @ellen199 it was towards the end i think, it was definitely in there. the mendel question was at the end & the mitosis question was i think page 4 or 5

    @kwstudent i did the same, i mean about the length of the leaf
    do you remember what other question was on the page with the mitosis/meiosis question
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    (Original post by imyleighx)
    I put that ribosomes are too small to be seen under a light microscope
    That's what I put as well; probably the right answer because "A mitochondria is 500-1000 nanometers . A ribosome is 20nm" And you could see the mitochondria in the diagram
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    Pretty sure it's right and that you need an electron microscope to see them.
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    For the question about heterozygous and homozygous, did anyone else put Homo, Homo, Hetero?
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    (Original post by ellen199)
    do you remember what other question was on the page with the mitosis/meiosis question
    Mendel and his peas
    The genectic diagram

    i thinkkkkk
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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    For the question about heterozygous and homozygous, did anyone else put Homo, Homo, Hetero?
    Yeah I did too, cause F1 plants were either either carriers or homo again
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    (Original post by jonahfromtonga)
    For the question about heterozygous and homozygous, did anyone else put Homo, Homo, Hetero?
    i did!
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    (Original post by kwstudent)
    Mendel and his peas
    The genectic diagram

    i thinkkkkk
    ohh right okay thank you i didn't miss that so maybe i just accidentally missed that one question raaaaa
 
 
 
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