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    protein secretion, ah man obviously it would be exocytosis! i was thinking about the whole 'division of labour' thing, such a stupid mistake!
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    ohh crap :/ . This might sound dumb, but was the very 1st one? (the yeast one) mitosis or meiosis?
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    (Original post by PrincessMedic)
    I said when the vesicle moves through the cytoplasm...I guess that's wrong? Man, I got too many wrong. I'll be so lucky to get a D.
    unforrtunately so . Exocytosis is specifically when the vesicle fuses with the membrane
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    MITOSIS
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    (Original post by Axion)
    Nah it said what process during protein secretion requires energy.

    Which was exocytosis
    Damn :/ ah well
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    the question that was such a B**** about breathing. was it tidal or vital volume?
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    *curls up in a ball to die* and I got vital capacity?
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    tidal volume guys :/

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post37535647

    posted pic in above thread
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    In my school there was a guy, it was his 4th time i believe re-sitting this exam.
    That should give you an idea of how hard this exam is
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    (Original post by Issy123)
    I hated this paper. How horrible was it!
    Definitely not as horrible as jan 2012!

    <3 x
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    NB: New point to everyone! IF IT WAS A SPIROMETER THE AIR VOLUME WOULD HAVE DECREASED!
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    (Original post by Axion)
    NB: New point to everyone! IF IT WAS A SPIROMETER THE AIR VOLUME WOULD HAVE DECREASED!
    It wasnt a spirometer.

    It said volume of air in the lungs.
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    I know
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    So that meant between Points a and b the volume is decreasing so therefore it wants EXHALING
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    (Original post by Reclaiimer)
    So that meant between Points a and b the volume is decreasing so therefore it wants EXHALING
    did the question want us to explain the mechanism of expiration then, coz thats what i did but i wasn't sure it was right
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    oh well, damage done, got Chemistry to revise for now
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    (Original post by LETSJaM)
    Definitely not as horrible as jan 2012!

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    I preferred Jan 2012 by a mile!
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    (Original post by Aa234)
    exactly! I found it harder than the biology unit 2 as resit i did in january, and that one is meant to be harder! As soon as i saw that spirometer thing i died a little inside, why do they love putting that in there?!
    Same!! I did that resit too in January! Urgh, i hated the artery and spirometer question! Don't understand how people can call this paper easy. :confused:
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    okay, so what did you put for the one about residual volume? i was absolutely clueless...
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    eventually as the air is being exhaled, the pressure gradient will diminish thus some air will be left in the lungs without a pressure gradient thus it does not flow out
 
 
 
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