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    what are the functions of involuntary, voluntary and cardiac muscle.
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    Really hate the genetics stuff.
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    (Original post by thequackingduck)
    Really hate the genetics stuff.
    I really hate cellular control module


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    whats likely to come up guys??

    (there's no time to go over the whole spec if you're going to say that to me )
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    Gonna fail this
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    (Original post by THEMathlete)
    Gonna fail this
    Gotta believe
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    Ugh this is my hardest exam but this is the one I need the best grade in for med school ahh.
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    (Original post by Klesia)
    HOW ARE WE MEANT TO GET THE WHOLE OF F215 IN OUR HEADS?

    feel like my brain is going to explode!
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    (Original post by THEMathlete)
    Gonna fail this
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuHfVn_cfHU
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    (Original post by cr7alwayz)
    what are the functions of involuntary, voluntary and cardiac muscle.
    Voluntary (skeletal) - movement of limbs
    Cardiac - contraction of the heart/pump blood
    involuntary (smooth) - something to do with autonomic control but I know this isn't specific enough, if someone could add that would be great!
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    Ahaha cheers for that


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    (Original post by Syystole)
    Gotta believe
    :/ I know I know


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    Not sure if this guy has seen f215 content tho, so there are exceptions to 'just do it' phrase. Either way I know im ****ked for this, and I honestly couldn't care about it tbh
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    (Original post by Cdp3)
    Can someone very briefly explain how alleles spread throughout a population?
    A certain allele with a particular advantageous function may give an organism a selective advantage over organisms that don't have this allele.
    This allele came about by a random mutation.
    Those with this advantageous allele are more likely to survive and reproduce to pass this mutated allele onto their offspring.
    The frequency of this allele will increase over generations.

    E.g. if a zebra had an allele caused by a random mutation that gave it the ability to outrun its predator, this is a selective advantage. This zebra will be more likely to survive than other zebras without this allele. This zebra will be more likely to pass its mutated allele onto future generations so that a future population of zebras will have more of these mutated alleles present than the previous population
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    (Original post by coolerthanbeans)
    A certain allele with a particular advantageous function may give an organism a selective advantage over organisms that don't have this allele.
    This allele came about by a random mutation.
    Those with this advantageous allele are more likely to survive and reproduce to pass this mutated allele onto their offspring.
    The frequency of this allele will increase over generations.

    E.g. if a zebra had an allele caused by a random mutation that gave it the ability to outrun its predator, this is a selective advantage. This zebra will be more likely to survive than other zebras without this allele. This zebra will be more likely to pass its mutated allele onto future generations so that a future population of zebras will have more of these mutated alleles present than the previous population
    Thank you !!!
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    (Original post by raach.14)
    Voluntary (skeletal) - movement of limbs
    Cardiac - contraction of the heart/pump blood
    involuntary (smooth) - something to do with autonomic control but I know this isn't specific enough, if someone could add that would be great!
    Flow of blood/food via peristalsis
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    populations sustainability is the worst chapter. it may seem easy but scoring all the marks on a question never seems to be an option ... just me ?
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    predictions?
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    (Original post by bakedbeans247)
    whats likely to come up guys??

    (there's no time to go over the whole spec if you're going to say that to me )
    I'm literally cramming the whole syllabus today. obvs going to fail
    what should I focus on:/
 
 
 
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