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    (Original post by Tvvv3)
    What did people say for which cell spent longest dividing?
    i put Q
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    What was the answer to why Cell R spent more time than Cell Q in S phase? (or the other letters, i forgot)
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    (Original post by Tvvv3)
    What did people say for which cell spent longest dividing?
    I think I put Q. I put R at first but R never started dividing in the first place so im not sure
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    (Original post by bhavik-)
    I said this.
    I put the range as 30-40 because at 30 time is still decreasing but at 40 time started to increase so it could've been that the optimum was just below or above 35 degrees
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    (Original post by Ozil5)
    What was the answer for the question that asked for the proof that it was resistant before meeting the penicillin or something like that
    The population already expressed resistance before being exposed to penicillin because when it did come into contact with the penicillin the population of the resistant colonies increased - since it didn't get smaller, they were all resistant to begin with since none of the bacteria in the colony died.
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    I think I put Q. I put R at first but R never started dividing in the first place so im not sure
    same, another silly question from OCR!
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    What about the smooth muscle question? Expiration passive process ?
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    what did you put when describing R?
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    What about the smooth muscle question? Expiration passive process ?
    smooth muscle? What?
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    I think the grade boundaries for this should be fairly low? Weird wording and little content examined makes me think that even the more straightforward-looking questions may be misleading and a lot of marks will be lost this way, as in the specimens. It's just so difficult to know what they want, and nothing like the old spec in my opinion.
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    I think I put Q. I put R at first but R never started dividing in the first place so im not sure
    Yeah I was bare confused cause originally I put the one that had 0 but then changed to one that said 16, cause the one that said 0 never actually started dividing?? I thought this was sneaky by ocr. Almost a trick question
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    What about the smooth muscle question? Expiration passive process ?
    Smooth muscle constricts diameter of trachea, blocks flow of air to and from alveoli. Less oxygen in and Less c02 out which reduces ventilation.
    For the passive process one it was it doesnt require any energy, whereas inspiration is an active process and requires energy
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    What about the smooth muscle question? Expiration passive process ?
    When the smooth muscle contracts the airways constrict, and therefore a lower volume of air goes to the alveoli? I think?
    Passive because it doesn't require ATP (although My own answer was completely wrong because i forgot that's what passive meant and thought it was talking about something similar to passive immunity lol)
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    smooth muscle? What?
    The airway constricts when exposed to allergens meaning that there is a smaller cross section and therefore the rate of inhalation/exhalation is lower; so overall lung function is reduced but lung capacities are unaffected.

    The other one regarding it being a passive process is because the relaxing of the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles does not require energy and nor does the elastic recoil of the alveoli.
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    (Original post by DoubleDoors)
    The airway constricts when exposed to allergens meaning that there is a smaller cross section and therefore the rate of inhalation/exhalation is lower; so overall lung function is reduced but lung capacities are unaffected.

    The other one regarding it being a passive process is because the relaxing of the diaphragm and external intercostal muscles does not require energy and nor does the elastic recoil of the alveoli.
    Oh yeah I remember that Q
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    Cant believe I got the 1st question wrong, feel so stupid
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    Was there a question asking about white tile? ****!
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    1) What did people get for that enzyme 6 marker?

    2) Would around 55 be an A? (relative to previous years)
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    (Original post by Desouza123)
    Cant believe I got the 1st question wrong, feel so stupid
    I put B at first, don't worry!
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    (Original post by M0nkey Thunder)
    1) What did people get for that enzyme 6 marker?

    2) Would around 55 be an A? (relative to previous years)
    I think lower for an A tbh, in the past for f212 it was like barely ever more than 70% and this test was weird
 
 
 
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