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    (Original post by Lucygator)
    For the bronchus/bronchi/bronchiole debate, i thought about it for a while, then decided that the alveoli connect to the bronchiole, and the bronchi lead off from them, so i put bronchi.
    It wasn't bronchus because there were two branches of it.
    Yes but it was clearly labelling one of bronchi, making it a bronchus.
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    hi,

    what did you guys put for steam coming out from the stem question?
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    (Original post by Rassam)
    Yes but it was clearly labelling one of bronchi, making it a bronchus.
    Oh I always get singular and plural words mixed up But they are usually quite lenient on these things. I hope anyway...
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    (Original post by Rassam)
    Yes but it was clearly labelling one of bronchi, making it a bronchus.
    Mate, the answer is bronchiole

    The Trachea splits into 2 bronchi (bronchus singular), the bronchus further splits into bronchioles..

    Likewise, Artery --> Arterioles
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    (Original post by ALZ-93)
    Image size was 9cm, equal to 90,000um (micrometers). 90,000um divided by 20um was 4500x.
    My ruler said it was 91mm, hope they give me the mark
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    (Original post by Rassam)
    Yes but it was clearly labelling one of bronchi, making it a bronchus.
    But didn't the alveoli at the end indicate it was a bronchiole? I thought bronchi split off into the bronchioles, which have alveoli at the end?

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    (Original post by amyyy24)
    But didn't the alveoli at the end indicate it was a bronchiole? I thought bronchi split off into the bronchioles, which have alveoli at the end?

    Yeah! Hi five... I put bronchiole too :rolleyes:
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    i reckon i got 40/60 fml
    i made stupid mistakes! i hated the transpiration question as it wasnt clear wtf they wanted
    i hated the difference in mitosis between animal and plants theres like worth 3 lines about it on the book
    for the magnification thing i got 93mm not 90 i think my ruler is retarded
    i hated the xylem question
    fill in the gaps was a gift question
    what did u ppl put for improving reliability & accuracy
    also i hated the how water moves in cell membrane didnt know whether it wanted symplast crap or channel proteins crap! erghh
    some questions were worded in such a retarded way! i revised soo much it better have paid off!
    lets hope for very low grade boundaries!!
    ok im done now.
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    what about the last question...
    i wrote...
    Reliabilty... could have dabbed excess sucrose solution
    Accuracy... Measure it twice and get an average

    Could someone post if they got same or similar answers?
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    (Original post by 786girl)
    i reckon i got 40/60 fml
    i made stupid mistakes! i hated the transpiration question as it wasnt clear wtf they wanted
    i hated the difference in mitosis between animal and plants theres like worth 3 lines about it on the book
    for the magnification thing i got 93mm not 90 i think my ruler is retarded
    i hated the xylem question
    fill in the gaps was a gift question
    what did u ppl put for improving reliability & accuracy
    also i hated the how water moves in cell membrane didnt know whether it wanted symplast crap or channel proteins crap! erghh
    some questions were worded in such a retarded way! i revised soo much it better have paid off!
    lets hope for very low grade boundaries!!
    ok im done now.
    Increased reliability just talk about repeating the experiment and taking an average.
    Accuracy is measure to more decimal places/ use more accurate measurements.

    And water is polar so it must go through channel proteins / aqua porins.... etc
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    (Original post by Sohailahmed)
    what about the last question...
    i wrote...
    Reliabilty... could have dabbed excess sucrose solution
    Accuracy... Measure it twice and get an average

    Could someone post if they got same or similar answers?
    Reliability - repeat each experiment several times and calculate an average (this will also help to identify any anomalies)
    Accuracy - something about decimal places. i know i got this one wrong.
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    (Original post by Sohailahmed)
    what about the last question...
    i wrote...
    Reliabilty... could have dabbed excess sucrose solution
    Accuracy... Measure it twice and get an average

    Could someone post if they got same or similar answers?
    No reliability is doing it twice and getting an average making sure results are valid hence identifying anomalies.

    For accuracy, measure to 2 dp/ 3sf something like that
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    i was so happy at the last two questions about accuracy/reliability being ridiculously easy! i love those questions.
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    (Original post by emmaD96)
    Reliability - repeat each experiment several times and calculate an average (this will also help to identify any anomalies)
    Accuracy - something about decimal places. i know i got this one wrong.
    Oh god! Got it mixed up!!!! NOOO!!
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    what were the answers in the gaps question??!
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    What was the answer to the gap filling answer
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    What is the name given for speciallised cells??

    Cell differentiation???
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    (Original post by Nima11)
    I just said the cell wall prevents it from bursting and it becomes turgid
    that's exactly what i wrote!!
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    (Original post by shooby_doo)
    What was the answer to the gap filling answer
    I dunno the order but these are the ones I remember

    erythrocytes, oxyhaemoglobin, affinity, co2??
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    (Original post by Sohailahmed)
    What is the name given for speciallised cells??

    Cell differentiation???
    Yes it differentiates
 
 
 
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