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They did...why else would they give a question at the end mentioning a different species of females being tested?
But that was the last question when they mentioned different species, for the first question A there was no mention of the species of snake
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For the 2 factors to be kept the same on the snake one, i put colour/markings...anyone have any idea if this is ok?
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What did you say about keeping the same for the snakes ?
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What were the two tables?


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I hope you lose marks for such atrocious spelling.


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Harsh mate.
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Do you know the question about why the antibiotic thing wouldn't work as effectively in another hospital, was it due to a mutation?
Thats what i put
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Do you know the question about why the antibiotic thing wouldn't work as effectively in another hospital, was it due to a mutation?
I thought they were talking about factors e.g. cleanliness issues, unsterilised equipment
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Do you know the question about why the antibiotic thing wouldn't work as effectively in another hospital, was it due to a mutation?
i wrote about antibiotic resistance :/
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They did...why else would they give a question at the end mentioning a different species of females being tested?
I remember a question being asked about how did the snake know not to perform a courtship ritual or something like that to a female of another species. Suggest an answer,

I put down the snake was a different colour.
Anyone else?
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For the last questions about calculating beyond 75cm for the horny snakes, did anyone do a line of best fit explanation?
Horny snake! Hahaha you don't understand how much that made me giggle lol
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i wrote about antibiotic resistance :/
I wrote down due to a resistance allele. =l
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If you want an A in biology at A2 it doesn't matter whether you scrape an A in this your gonna need a high A regardless a so you'd probz end up resitting anyway. All it can help with is predictions.


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Yeh thats very true, u need 480 ums overall to get an A i think.
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But that was the last question when they mentioned different species, for the first question A there was no mention of the species of snake
Alright, I'm sorry, I may have not seen that; I just had a feeling. Anyway, do you think another thing to control for the snakes, would be the stage in their ovulation cycle?
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You couldn't extrapolate graph because above 75cm there would be >100% unsaturated fatty acids in the lipids. Ie at Xcm the curve would plateau/ level off - and looking at the graph this would be at<75cm.
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No, they were the same species already( It was in the stem). Hey, for the reasons why values estimated above 75cm, would it be okay to say that the percentage read off for higher lengths would produce percentages greater than 100% if you used a line of best fit?
It's not a plant


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Fertility and specie of snake were the two factors that had to be controlled.


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Yeh thats very true, u need 480 ums overall to get an A i think.
Yeah unit4 and 5 markschemes actually take the piss out of you.


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Fertility and specie of snake were the two factors that had to be controlled.


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I said temperature and age of female snakes.
Temperature was a pure guess.
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You couldn't extrapolate graph because above 75cm there would be >100% unsaturated fatty acids in the lipids. Ie at Xcm the curve would plateau/ level off - and looking at the graph this would be at<75cm.
That's what I said! Do you think they'll accept if I explained that values above 100% didn't make sense?
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You couldn't extrapolate graph because above 75cm there would be >100% unsaturated fatty acids in the lipids. Ie at Xcm the curve would plateau/ level off - and looking at the graph this would be at<75cm.
I put draw a line of best fit then extrapolate the line of best fit?.
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