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    (Original post by Charlss)
    does anyone know the answer on how the brain controls temperature of the body
    the hypothalamus in the brain controls thermoregulation because it has receptors that are sensitive to the temperature of the blood flowing through it
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    (Original post by gcsestudent3856)
    Haha You were right! The Nitrogen cycle was a six marker! You must have aced that then?
    I was jumping for joy when i saw the question
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    (Original post by kayapirie)
    the hypothalamus in the brain controls thermoregulation because it has receptors that are sensitive to the temperature of the blood flowing through it
    Yeah thats what i said, it also has receptors on the skin which transfers nerve impulses to the brain and CNS where the brain can control the temperature by homeostasis via negative feedback
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    what did people put for the healthy man/untreated type 2 diabetic question?? x
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    (Original post by chrlhyms)
    Yeah thats what i said, it also has receptors on the skin which transfers nerve impulses to the brain and CNS where the brain can control the temperature by homeostasis via negative feedback
    yeah that sounds right
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    (Original post by kayapirie)
    what did people put for the healthy man/untreated type 2 diabetic question?? x
    i wrote how type 2 diabetes means that the persons body is naturally resistant to insulin so therefore glycogen levels would decrease as insulin would not be able to convert the glucose into glycogen
    So, glucose levels increase but glycogen levels are lower
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    (Original post by arunrana)
    i wrote how type 2 diabetes means that the persons body is naturally resistant to insulin so therefore glycogen levels would decrease as insulin would not be able to convert the glucose into glycogen
    So, glucose levels increase but glycogen levels are lower
    ahh phew yeah thats pretty much what i put- thanks!
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    also ik this is a biology thread, but i'm guessing most of you have chemistry on thursday; any predictions??
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    My spelling was not very good on that exam so will i get questions wrong u can clearly tell what i meant like i spelled the name for the mosquito wrong


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    (Original post by chrlhyms)
    Yeah thats what i said, it also has receptors on the skin which transfers nerve impulses to the brain and CNS where the brain can control the temperature by homeostasis via negative feedback
    I wrote about hyperthermalus and negative feedback but I didn't mention receptors 😬
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    (Original post by kayapirie)
    ahh phew yeah thats pretty much what i put- thanks!
    Thank God that's what I put too
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    I put roots instead of shoots when talking about auxin - like, "the root tip", etc. Will I lose marks for this?! I'm a complete idiot :/
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    (Original post by Bsjsjs)
    I put roots instead of shoots when talking about auxin - like, "the root tip", etc. Will I lose marks for this?! I'm a complete idiot :/
    You won't lose marks per say, but you probably won't get them. For talking about auxins and cell elongation you should still get marks though, just not full marks.
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    i only mentioned hypothalamus and how it can detect it how much marks?
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    Anyone gonna be nice enough to make an unofficial mark scheme with the questions <3
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    (Original post by wayezkhan)
    i only mentioned hypothalamus and how it can detect it how much marks?
    Thats what i wrote as well
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    How did everyone find the C1 exam?


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    (Original post by BV235)
    Don'

    t worry I triple checked BTW you seem good at this prediction stuff what do u think is going to come up on C1 paper
    I quadruple checked myself and I got 50%
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    I need your help in the exam i wrote beneath the question but still in the big box which has all the questions in it. Will it not be read now as i though it was still in the big box


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