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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    any specific parts of the brain we have to know indepth
    The cerebrum and its 3 divisions
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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    any specific parts of the brain we have to know indepth
    Hypothalamus
    Medulla oblongata
    Cerebrum
    Cerebellum
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    Hold tight my gz doin an all nighter
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    (Original post by blubear)
    1. Sex-linked or Epistasis cross with a Chi-Squared calculation

    2. Nitrogen Cycle

    3. Primate behaviour (Insight learning experiment?)

    4. Timber Management

    5. Succession

    6. Natural and Artificial Selection

    My tutor sent me these a possible questions for this year, though I wouldn't take jis word as gospel.
    Hope this helps.

    Thank you so much! (:
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    The cerebrum and its 3 divisions
    whats the 3 divisons?:confused:
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    Who wants to teach me things about module 2 and 3 :|
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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    any specific parts of the brain we have to know indepth
    Including their functions, you're meant to know:
    Cerebrum: source of conscious thought and intelligence, sensory/association/motor areas
    Cerebellum: coordination and movement
    Hypothalamus: thermoreceptors, ADH, role in 'fight or flight' response
    Medulla Oblongata - alters breathing/heart rate
    Pituitary gland - anterior releases ACTH, posterior releases ADH

    Hope that helps
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    There was a past paper q what is succession (4) but carent find it ?????
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    whats the quickest way to memorise and learn notes?
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    anyone know coordination of movement stuff
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    (Original post by MarcusGoddard)
    whats the 3 divisons?:confused:
    Sensory, association and motor area
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    (Original post by peanutcracker20)
    haha yeah there's hope if others have done it before hand and re stocked for caffeine so should be able to work now
    From when the sun rises until 11.00 am I will be running on coffee. Let's hope it works! :crossedf:
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    (Original post by Meesh14)
    whats the quickest way to memorise and learn notes?
    Read the mark scheme
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    (Original post by Diamond Crafter)
    From when the sun rises until 11.00 am I will be running on coffee. Let's hope it works! :crossedf:
    4am bedtime for me tonight which is going to be so hard after c4 heroics last night
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    (Original post by Malawasheree)
    Including their functions, you're meant to know:<br />
    Cerebrum: source of conscious thought and intelligence, sensory/association/motor areas<br />
    Cerebellum: coordination and movement<br />
    Hypothalamus: thermoreceptors, ADH, role in 'fight or flight' response<br />
    Medulla Oblongata - alters breathing/heart rate<br />
    Pituitary gland - anterior releases ACTH, posterior releases ADH<br />
    <br />
    Hope that helps <img src="images/smilies/smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg" />
    I thought the fight or flight response is found in the peripheral nervous system, which would make it outside the brain and spinal cord?
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    (Original post by Malawasheree)
    Including their functions, you're meant to know:
    Cerebrum: source of conscious thought and intelligence, sensory/association/motor areas
    Cerebellum: coordination and movement
    Hypothalamus: thermoreceptors, ADH, role in 'fight or flight' response
    Medulla Oblongata - alters breathing/heart rate
    Pituitary gland - anterior releases ACTH, posterior releases ADH

    Hope that helps
    thanks thats a big help
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    4am bedtime for me tonight which is going to be so hard after c4 heroics last night
    You sure that's wise? You don't want to burn out before the exam. Maybe go to sleep earlier and get up at 4am?
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    4am bedtime for me tonight which is going to be so hard after c4 heroics last night
    Same man, how did you find c4? and what board you doing for maths?
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    What are the ratios we should know for genetics?
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    (Original post by ChoccyPhilly)
    4am bedtime for me tonight which is going to be so hard after c4 heroics last night
    Did you pull off a C4 all nighter??
 
 
 
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