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    (Original post by King Amukee)
    bingo hahaha that's a good way to remember xD
    what are enzymes that are used in industry?
    Thanks my biology teacher is a genius

    isomerase: used to convert glucose into fructose for slimming foods as fructose is sweeter so less is needed to get the same flavour so less calories.
    Proteases: used to pre-digest baby food.
    Lipase and protease: biological washing powder to get rid of stains and to work at lower temperatures.
    Carbohydrase: converts startch into sugar syrup (used in soft centred sweets)

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    By who? :lol:
    Someone from school. They just started a conversation with 'nice posts on the student room '. Why did I put my name as my username?

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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Just finished making notes for poem analysis... :sigh:
    Spoiler:
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    Link to the poem

    Yes, that much analysis for a short poem. :lol:
    You doing the 12 or so poems?
    We are doing Character and voice AQA :P
    I also see you user "Tree" on the paper
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    (Original post by NoMathsPlease)
    Haha, that's even now then. Can't say I'm an expert on the life cycle of the mosquito

    What did that colossal syllabus say? It's far too big realistically for two years of work in my opinion... So out of proportion from physics! :/

    haha, indeed. I can't find embryosac in the syllabus...what is it? Just in case

    i know! But physics is ridiculously specific -.-
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    until 11? :eek: Make sure you get sufficient sleep!
    Ok mum

    I sleep until 7 and then rush to leave at ten to 8
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    I've been found on here. Omg help.

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    Change your name
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Someone from school. They just started a conversation with 'nice posts on the student room '. Why did I put my name as my username?

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    Lmaoo, well you know your remaining options...

    a) Shove them against a wall whilst holding a knife to their throat and threaten them.
    b) Be super nice to them and offer them tea and biscuits 24/7.
    c) Act as if you don't know what they were talking about if you haven't confirmed that it was you or, if you have, explain about how your soul got momentarily possessed by some evil demon.
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    (Original post by King Amukee)
    I hope Sister Maude comes up, did a whole presentation on that
    I really hate to break it to you but Sister Maude, Brothers and In Paris With You are the three that definitely won't come up on the GCSE AQA English Literature Prose paper. You can still compare them to other poems though!
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    (Original post by Pabblethefish)

    The life cycle of a mosquito... It's very... specific
    Its not the mosquito, it's the malarial parasite. No other exam spec covers it until A-Level, what is this? -.-
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    Thanks my biology teacher is a genius

    isomerase: used to convert glucose into fructose for slimming foods as fructose is sweeter so less is needed to get the same flavour so less calories.
    Proteases: used to pre-digest baby food.
    Lipase and protease: biological washing powder to get rid of stains and to work at lower temperatures.
    Carbohydrase: converts startch into sugar syrup (used in soft centred sweets)

    I remember doing this! Is this B2?
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    Its not the mosquito, it's the malarial parasite. No other exam spec covers it until A-Level, what is this? -.-
    Oh right ok, that makes a little bit more sense :')
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    Thanks my biology teacher is a genius

    isomerase: used to convert glucose into fructose for slimming foods as fructose is sweeter so less is needed to get the same flavour so less calories.
    Proteases: used to pre-digest baby food.
    Lipase and protease: biological washing powder to get rid of stains and to work at lower temperatures.
    Carbohydrase: converts startch into sugar syrup (used in soft centred sweets)

    I don't suppose you have the text book in front of you? that was amazingly concise and accurate xD
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    Right. Five minute break. Four more past paper questions on biology from B3 1, 2 and 3 (not each). Then bed. Omg I can't wait until bed.
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Change your name
    Tempted to! Don't know what to call myself.
    (Original post by Meliss)
    Lmaoo, well you know your remaining options...

    a) Shove them against a wall whilst holding a knife to their throat and threaten them.
    b) Be super nice to them and offer them tea and biscuits 24/7.
    c) Act as if you don't know what they were talking about if you haven't confirmed that it was you or, if you have, explain about how your soul got momentarily possessed by some evil demon.

    Hahahaha :lol:
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Someone from school. They just started a conversation with 'nice posts on the student room '. Why did I put my name as my username?

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    Pretend it's not you!
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    (Original post by Molly_xox)
    haha, indeed. I can't find embryosac in the syllabus...what is it? Just in case

    i know! But physics is ridiculously specific -.-

    Yeah true, although I do find it easier. But yeah, those "key word" mark schemes are the bane of my life :/

    Oh god haha it's to do with fertilisation in a plant. I can PM you my notes on it tomorrow if you want?
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    Pretend it's not you!
    She knows its me. name change takes effect tomorrow.

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    as a biology fanatic does anybody require any aid before i go to bed
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    Pretend it's not you!
    It's a bit late if they look on here now
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    (Original post by techno836)
    as a biology fanatic does anybody require any aid before i go to bed
    The clocks going back an hour would be lovely
 
 
 
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