I did 630 times 3 not divide. So I got 1890(Original post by Usk40)
For the DNA section, Does nayone know the answer about the base/codon question. I got 210 but i'm not sure if thats right?
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Edexcel Biology (Unofficial) B2 Mark Scheme. watch
- 13-06-2016 13:02
(Original post by keepyourapology)
- 15-06-2016 16:20
How did that exam go? Will be posting a mark scheme based on answers soon!
Special thanks to niichola!Spoiler:ShowQuestion 1 (Bacterial/Yeast Cell) :
• has a nucleus (1)
• does not have a flagellum(1)
• does not have a plasmid(1)
• has a vacuole(1)
• has chromosomal DNA /circular DNA (1)
• has a capsule (1)
• has a slime coat (1)
• does not have mitochondria (1)
Question about how anaerobic respiration breaks down to form alcohol and carbon dioxide. Compare anaerobic and aerobic respiration of a yeast cell.
The values for the table go from 300 -> 400 -> 200. This shows that the Enzyme activity is reduced below or above the optimum temperature/pH.
This applies to all enzymes, hence most of their graphs have an upside down U-shape.
So the value for the sucrose/lactose (can't remember which) will not increase as the values go from 28 -> 35 ->
It will rather decrease to around (28 -7) = 21. It could be from around 17-21, hence it is that is the correct answer.
(thanks to TheMasterofLife!)
Question 2 (Digestion):
Disadvantages of using the tube as a model : No villi
The amylase in the saliva will break down the starch present in the bread to form sucrose.
Fossils Question :
Loss of habitat
Predators (correlate to increase in group B&C)
- The mammals have a humerus;
- an ulna
- wrist bones
- and 5 fingers/digits. There is more to write, but that should be enough. The other answers are:
- a radius
- The wrist bones are called carpals
Part(b):Break up proteins in cell membrane.
Differences between mitosis & meiosis:
Haploid cells vs Diploid Cells (1)
Genetically Varied vs Genetically Identical (1)
4 Daughter Cells vs 2 Daughter Cells (1)
Part(b):De-oxygenated blood moves into the right atrium via the vena cava, moves to the right ventricle through the valves, and goes to the lungs via the pulmonary artery.
Part(d):Six marker on how the narrowing of coronary arteries affect the functioning of the heart and surrounding body cells.
- The narrower artery is on the left ventricle. By it being narrow, the muscles receive less oxygen and glucose, and will be worker weaker.
- The ventricle will not be able to contract as strongly as before, causing less heart pressure
- This will cause a weaker heart, and decrease the cardiac output
- This means that the less blood will be going throughout the body, meaning more anaerobic respiration when exercising
- There will be more lactic acid left over
- There will be a longer excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) (didn't actually write it, just realized it now)
Light is no longer the limiting factor, and hence, increasing the amount of light intensity will not affect rate of reaction, as some other factor is in shorter supply and is controlling the rate.
Six marker on movement of water in a plant.
- 27-11-2016 19:52
is this definitely the edexcel b2 2016 paper?
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- 28-11-2016 04:01
- 05-12-2016 20:14
what grade did you get overall in this paper?
- 06-12-2016 21:34
is this the higher paper?
- 03-01-2017 18:37
Is rhis for igcse or gcse?