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    (Original post by HarryKane28)
    Yeah many people got 8 but they were meant to take 8 away from a 100!
    LOL! I put 8% aswell!
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    (Original post by HarryKane28)
    Depends whether you showed any working out, you could get a mark for workings out
    Alright, thanks
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    (Original post by taylortron99)
    LOL! I put 8% aswell!
    You'd still get a mark for working out I think so its alright
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    Will I get the mark for labelling the neurone nucleus as cell body?
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    (Original post by jack.123765)
    Will I get the mark for labelling the neurone nucleus as cell body?
    Yes, for past exams it has been awarded a mark
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    (Original post by HarryKane28)
    Yes, for past exams it has been awarded a mark
    For the previous answer, it was dendrons, not dendrites. Right? And for that Hodgkin's thing, was it recessive or dominant?
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    (Original post by taylortron99)
    For the previous answer, it was dendrons, not dendrites. Right?
    DenDRONS
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    (Original post by HarryKane28)
    DenDRONS
    YAAASSSS! And that dominant, recessive question?
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    (Original post by taylortron99)
    YAAASSSS! And that dominant, recessive question?
    Dominant and HH
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    No it was dendrites

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    (Original post by multieman)
    No it was dendrites

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    Yeah I thought it was dendrites as well
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    Dendrite comes from the greek word dendron. I'm sure the examiner will accept either.
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    I put dendrites too! can someone explain the question for the answers 'DOMINANT' AND 'HH'. i put dominant cant remember what I put for the HH so i need the question if anyone remembers?
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    (Original post by THESTRESS)
    I put dendrites too! can someone explain the question for the answers 'DOMINANT' AND 'HH'. i put dominant cant remember what I put for the HH so i need the question if anyone remembers?
    The question asked you to complete two sentences that were something like this:

    a) Huntingtons disease is caused by inheriting a ____ allele (answer is dominant)
    b) The genotype for the genetic disease can be shown as either Hh or ____ (answer is HH)

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    (Original post by GCSEStudent386)
    The question asked you to complete two sentences that were something like this:

    a) Huntingtons disease is caused by inheriting a ____ allele (answer is dominant)
    b) The genotype for the genetic disease can be shown as either Hh or ____ (answer is HH)

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!! lol i really cant remember what i put. It would be so dumb of me if i put Hh again. Hopefully i put HH. But knowing me...probably not.
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    (Original post by THESTRESS)
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!! lol i really cant remember what i put. It would be so dumb of me if i put Hh again. Hopefully i put HH. But knowing me...probably not.
    No problem! And I'm sure you did great!

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    Anyone got any revision tips for chemistry on Thursday or ideas of what might come up?
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    (Original post by sufiyan1999)
    Absolutely smashed it
    for mutualism I put - root nodules and nitrogen fixing bacteria, tube worms and chemosynthetic bacteria and crocodiles and birds
    Only question that stumped me was cystic fibrosis and infertility???
    Otherwise it was bloody easy
    Oh ****e
    I wrote tape worms instead of tube worms
    Ah well
    I just added that as a 4th example at the end anyway
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    (Original post by GCSEStudent386)
    Dendrite comes from the greek word dendron. I'm sure the examiner will accept either.
    Nah they're different parts of the neurone
    And it was a motor neurone
    Which don't have dendrons
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    (Original post by multieman)
    I'm doing all of what you said this year...
    Wow lol goodluuck! :rolleyes: go get your A*'s!!
 
 
 
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