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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    Cortex?

    I wrote cubodial cells.
    so did i. read it in the green ocr textbook last night. looks like we're wrong though
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    (Original post by ViolinGirl)
    The answer is 17.9%. I am 100% certain.

    125/700 x 100!
    I agree. I can't remember the wording of the question correctly but I remember saying to myself that RBC remains in the glomerulus so it's ok to ignore the 1200 figure...or something like that.
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    (Original post by ibysaiyan)
    .....
    is that really needed? really?
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    (Original post by ibysaiyan)
    Hey!! i was waiting for ya , how did it go =)?
    Not a bad paper, the only question i flopped was on the dialysis question.
    Apart from that the paper was good to be honest.

    ooh yea do u remember when i posted question on synapses
    everyone who did that question should thank me 4 mark on the synapse which aced it! and the question about where they give you table of substances and say what happens in the proximal convoluted tubule i talkedabout how selective reabsortion occurs in PCT and some useful substances such as glucose, amino acids and some urea are reabsorbed into the tissue fluid. I also said that there microvilii bound to membranes on the cells lining the PCT to increase surface area for re-absorbtion. The active transport of sodium bla bla.
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    What was the PCT tissue question?
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    (Original post by ACDC)
    so did i. read it in the green ocr textbook last night. looks like we're wrong though
    Can you remember how the question was worded? Did it say the tissue lining the PCT, or the tissue that the PCT is in?
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    :lolwut:
    :zomg:
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    What did people write when the question asked why the blood/dialysate flowed in those specific directions...or something like that? :confused:
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    ohh dear i did a whole thing on ratios!!!ahh 700:500 = 7:5 if 125 was excreted then 125/12 x7 = percentage i guessed so many questions haha RETAKE!
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    (Original post by Remarqable M)
    Not a bad paper, the only question i flopped was on the dialysis question.
    Apart from that the paper was good to be honest.

    ooh yea do u remember when i posted question on synapses
    everyone who did that question should thank me 4 mark on the synapse which aced it! and the question about where they give you table of substances and say what happens in the proximal convoluted tubule i talkedabout how selective reabsortion occurs in PCT and some useful substances such as glucose, amino acids and some urea are reabsorbed into the tissue fluid. I also said that there microvilii bound to membranes on the cells lining the PCT to increase surface area for re-absorbtion. The active transport of sodium bla bla.
    Oh gald to hear that, YES! AND TO ME as well xD, to those who have been active around this thread. yea 4 mark that was. co-transport bla bla xD
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    For the anticoagculant. First one- to prevent blood clotting.
    Second one- to not thin the blood too much, as takes longer to heal up entry site to vein, or if person is cut could be dangerous, platelets don't collect fast enough.
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I am so sure it said the tissue that lines the PCT
    Yeah, and cubodial cells line the PCT.

    I asked a girl after the exam and she said cubodial cells as well.

    But don't listen to me, I reckon I messed up.
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    The last question was pretty straightforward all you had to do is choose other factor apart from light intensity
    and i choose carbon dioxide concentration and you had to explain how it affect the rate of photosynthesis by explaining about RuBP, GP and TP concentration
    which i found really easy 4marks really.
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    Can you remember how the question was worded? Did it say the tissue lining the PCT, or the tissue that the PCT is in?
    it said the tissue surrounding the PCT. defo not lining. i hope they accept both answers cause its entirely possible to interpret the wording in two ways.
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    What did people write when the question asked why the blood/dialysate flowed in those specific directions...or something like that? :confused:
    question said Suggest which gives you flexibility on putting down a sensible comment. i said to show us the pathway in which haemdialysis occurs, lol you cant have the solute free back into the tube .
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    Can you remember how the question was worded? Did it say the tissue lining the PCT, or the tissue that the PCT is in?
    i wrote endothelium which is wrong. I remember the question said the tissue lining PCT.
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    What did people write when the question asked why the blood/dialysate flowed in those specific directions...or something like that? :confused:
    Enables better exchange between the blood fluid and dialysis fluid, has the same set up-countercurrent mechanism ( i assume it works the same way)!
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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    Yeah, and cubodial cells line the PCT.

    I asked a girl after the exam and she said cubodial cells as well.

    But don't listen to me, I reckon I messed up.
    If that was the question (which I think it was), the answer is NOT cortex. The tissue that lines the PCT is different to the tissue that the PCT is in, which some people are unable to comprehend. Yes, the PCT is in the cortex, the PCT is not lined by the cortex.
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    ARGHH ph4 ahead xD in 3 days :P , will be fun as my official ph4 thread is a ghost town. -.-
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    What a difficult paper!!

    Hated the first question and the last. And that stupid seal question.

    It seemed like they put a lot of stuff in that wasn't on the spec
 
 
 
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