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    (Original post by Bustamove)
    Doesn't ATPase create ATP? not break it down?
    I didn't do as much revision as I'd liked... I flopped that table
    I may have misread to question... maybe it said what created ATP... well I messed up the very first table XD
    Lol dunno . The other would be adpase right??
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    (Original post by ImNotReallyMe)
    it's probably wrong because i didn't revise it but i wrote tropomyosin for the last one, and actin filament and myosin heads for other two can't remember the order
    ah same... I wrote tropomyosin for the last one... I think I wrote actin? for the second and myosin head for the first.... probably got them wrong
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    Guys as well as writing about homeostatic temperature and chemo receptors and taxes/tropisms I also swore about change in water potential (water is external environment that changes) and anaerobic respiration as response to changes in O2 in the environment. Is that wrong?


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    (Original post by may_1)
    DID NOT ONE OTHER PERSON FIND THIS PAPER HARD WAAAAAAA


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    Well. It was easier than last year. 71-70 for a*
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    Is there such thing as adpase?
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    Lol dunno . The other would be adpase right??
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    (Original post by Maverick07)
    Guys as well as writing about homeostatic temperature and chemo receptors and taxes/tropisms I also swore about change in water potential (water is external environment that changes) and anaerobic respiration as response to changes in O2 in the environment. Is that wrong?



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    No thats good.
    I wrote down oxygen affinity and partial pressure for some reason ahha.
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    (Original post by may_1)
    DID NOT ONE OTHER PERSON FIND THIS PAPER HARD WAAAAAAA


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    I did :/


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    (Original post by Bustamove)
    Is there such thing as adpase?
    It's ATPase, breaks down ATP into ADP and Pi, providing energy for myosin head to move and detach etc.
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    (Original post by Bustamove)
    Is there such thing as adpase?
    atp synthase makes atp atpase breaks down atp?
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    2 Exams Left! Nearly over.......YAAAAAAS!!
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    I would like to thank who ever stole the biology exam and gave us that paper !
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    (Original post by Martin11)
    It's ATPase, breaks down ATP into ADP and Pi, providing energy for myosin head to move and detach etc.
    ah damn.... thank you
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    (Original post by Faaiz Shah)
    Hey guys for the monoclinal antibody one i said all the competitive inhibition stuff correctly but also randomly mentioned antibodies destroying growth factors. Would that negate my marks??
    Antibodies bind to the growth hormone, so that the growth hormone can't bind to the cancer cell.
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    (Original post by Laurasage)
    Does anyone know the answer to the DNA methylation question?
    I think I put with no transcription there will be no mRNA for the tRNA's anticodon loop to attach to therefore no polypeptide sequence something something something
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    (Original post by may_1)
    DID NOT ONE OTHER PERSON FIND THIS PAPER HARD WAAAAAAA


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    I thought it was ok because the questions were straightforward and particularly those with the long stems didn't have information overload, it didn't seem like they were attempting to catch us out as much

    but my 3 friends said it was bad so you're not alone
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    (Original post by AmyT997)
    2.27:1 will just depend on graph reading but hopefully we're right
    Ye i got 2.27 as well 118:52 i think
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    (Original post by smoothER)
    Antibodies bind to the growth hormone, so that the growth hormone can't bind to the cancer cell.
    yay I put that


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    (Original post by JordanL_)
    Oh ****. I wrote "b" at the top of my plan, but I wrote (and planned) the essay on responding to internal/external conditions.

    I used extra paper too and I think I wrote 10b on that too.

    ****!
    Don't worry! Pretty sure your examiner will realize which question you've answered

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    ah damn.. okay I got that wrong...
    (Original post by IIXIIOIIXII)
    atp synthase makes atp atpase breaks down atp?
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    (Original post by smoothER)
    Antibodies bind to the growth hormone, so that the growth hormone can't bind to the cancer cell.
    Ahhhh. I think i got atleast 2 on that
 
 
 
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