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    (Original post by Kira Yagami)
    What did you guys put for the sewage one???

    Sewage contains food? Nutrients? There is no variety of food so only some species can survive and reproduce?

    Species that are adapted survive and reproduce whereas other species die?

    I don't know.... something like that.
    Once again I might not be right but I said the sewage brings more members of the same species and the number of different species remains the same

    I tried to relate it to the equation and since every part was about the equation it seemed quite logical
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    (Original post by maggie43)
    Omg I I just had a look at the WJEC papers... I want to cry loooool. Its sooo easy
    HAHAHAHAHA Thank you

    Like it is just FACT RECALL. LIKE THAT's IT!
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    (Original post by Fishhy34)
    isn't it the other way around because you get homologous chromosome pairs in meiosis?
    All I remember is that I ticked the first box for the first one and then the second and third box for the second one?
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    (Original post by arronpile)
    percentage difference was 56??
    Can't remember exactly but I think you'd be right if you literally just found the difference between the two points at 4kPa.
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    It was ****ing ****
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    (Original post by Suits101)
    Once again I might not be right but I said the sewage brings more members of the same species and the number of different species remains the same

    I tried to relate it to the equation and since every part was about the equation it seemed quite logical
    I said sewage changes living conditions. Ones which survive reproduce. Others die. Because only a few survived the index is low because there are fewer different species.


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    Awful exam feel like **** rn can we even resit As modules now ffs


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    that was a super ugly paper
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    The flipping terriers! I didn't understand those at all


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    (Original post by lahigueraxxx)
    For the tick boxes, I ticked all three for the first row and then only the middle box for the second row
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    (Original post by hw22)
    what is a temporary mount?
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    I just said make a slide using clear vanish and sellotape. Looool I don't even know 😭😭😭😭😭Posted from TSR Mobile
    I just put something along the lines of ....take a cross-sectional sample of the leaf and place it in an isotonic solution to prevent damages to the cells due to osmosis of water and the breakdown of the cells by the leaf's own enzymes. Stain the tissues to allow identification of the different cells in the leaves.
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    (Original post by lahigueraxxx)
    For the tick boxes, I ticked all three for the first row and then only the middle box for the second row


    Thats what i got!!!
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    (Original post by maggie43)
    So why are you here???
    Did you come to show off?
    Nah to see if the paper is difficult, this could be representative of 4+5. But if you reckon I'm showing off, you must be jealous. RIP you and your poor resit
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    (Original post by CourtlyCanter)
    I just put something along the lines of ....take a cross-sectional sample of the leaf and place it in an isotonic solution to prevent damages to the cells due to osmosis of water and the breakdown of the cells by the leaf's own enzymes. Stain the tissues to allow identification of the different cells in the leaves.
    I think you're right


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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Nah to see if the paper is difficult, this could be representative of 4+5. But if you reckon I'm showing off, you must be jealous. RIP you and your poor resit
    Looool savage 😂😂😂


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    (Original post by Kira Yagami)
    The 6 marker was ****.
    completely agree
    as soon as i saw it i died inside
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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    Nah to see if the paper is difficult, this could be representative of 4+5. But if you reckon I'm showing off, you must be jealous. RIP you and your poor resit
    Hi do you no if we can still resit As modules for science? Thanks


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    So what now? I was probably ready for this exam before i started revision for this retake...

    So yeah lets just move on and see how they're gonna F us up in Biol 4 and Biol 5...

    We can't do anything, all we can do is just hope and be pissed off.
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    (Original post by Suits101)
    Does anyone actually know about the tick box mitosis/meiosis one?

    I did:

    Part of mitosis: 1
    Homologous chromosomes present: 2,3

    (Might be the other way around)
    It should be;
    First row: only the first box because it had homologous chromosomes lining up in the centre
    Second row: last two because they had only a single chromosme attached to each spindle fibre and not pairs
    Hope it makes sense
 
 
 
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