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    heh i got stuck on the easiest question, at the end where it asked what else has a phosphate after a couple minutes i wrote phospholipids in membrane, then i thought that was crap crossd it out n write phophocreatine, then i jus realised theres ATP!

    i did that exam in 45 mins though :s madness
    So ATP was right then? That's what I put
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    i kno! and i spent so long learning all that, what did u write 4 the strip felling question i wrote rubbish about demand, runing habitats, eutrophication and the greenhouse affect i hope that gets me all the marks or ill cry
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    (Original post by kurupt1)
    i kno! and i spent so long learning all that, what did u write 4 the strip felling question i wrote rubbish about demand, runing habitats, eutrophication and the greenhouse affect i hope that gets me all the marks or ill cry
    i worte stuff likt that too. mentioned coppicin for the hell of it too. how did u find that dna base question in uc?
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    So ATP was right then? That's what I put
    I put RNA, it that right too?
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    (Original post by kurupt1)
    but yea it wasnt too bad, on the secretion question i went mad and started saying the secretion might also be caused by ato closing k+ channels and aas a result ca2+ flood in and push out vesicles full of the glycoproteins
    Crazy!

    Telomeres q was a beast. I think I contradicted myself by saying "non-coding means the bases don't code for any particular amino acid", but then also that " 'junk DNA' implies it has no use, but it really does (inhibits gene or somethn)". (That junk DNA q was rubbish)
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    So ATP was right then? That's what I put
    I wrote that too =]
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    Crazy!

    Telomeres q was a beast. I think I contradicted myself by saying "non-coding means the bases don't code for any particular amino acid", but then also that " 'junk DNA' implies it has no use, but it really does (inhibits gene or somethn)".
    i worte exactly the same! i was trying to find the answer in bio 1 but i cant even find them in there. well i suppose its all done now
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    yea i said junk implies it has no use but it does have use and that its reqwuired for healthy cells.
    he graph i did a line going upwards
    and i said old animals have undergone mitosis more than younger so theres more shorter telomeres
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    I put mRNA. My graph was basically a diagonal line from the top of the y axis to the far right of the x axis. I figured the more non-coding DNA you have, the less phosphate you need.
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    (Original post by kurupt1)
    i said old animals have undergone mitosis more than younger so theres more shorter telomeres
    yeah i siad that and there were mutated more, whatever that means!
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    Crazy!

    Telomeres q was a beast. I think I contradicted myself by saying "non-coding means the bases don't code for any particular amino acid", but then also that " 'junk DNA' implies it has no use, but it really does (inhibits gene or somethn)". (That junk DNA q was rubbish)
    That's what I did too! I wrote such rubbish for most questions; hoping for around 50% though!
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    I put RNA, it that right too?
    Yeah it is.
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    bring on mammalian physiology ill destroy the sucker. especally if its like the january paper in terms of grade boundaries.. my frend got 77 raw 87 ums!
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    (Original post by eggnog)
    I put mRNA. My graph was basically a diagonal line from the top of the y axis to the far right of the x axis. I figured the more non-coding DNA you have, the less phosphate you need.
    Yeah, that's what I did too. Does it matter if you drew the graph in pen though??
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    (Original post by eggnog)
    I put mRNA. My graph was basically a diagonal line from the top of the y axis to the far right of the x axis. I figured the more non-coding DNA you have, the less phosphate you need.
    Yes that's what I thought - that more non-coding = more unnecessary junk => lower minimum required.
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Yeah, that's what I did too. Does it matter if you drew the graph in pen though??
    Tut tut! (nah :p: )
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    (Original post by eggnog)
    I put mRNA. My graph was basically a diagonal line from the top of the y axis to the far right of the x axis. I figured the more non-coding DNA you have, the less phosphate you need.

    hmm i figured that if u had less junk DNA then u needed less phosphate from the soil to undergo mitosis and grow, and still be healthy. so if u had more junk dna, then youd waste phosphates form soil so u cant grow so well unless theres loads in the soil
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    Um, does it matter if your line didn't touch either axis? I just realised that it was kinda floating, lol. But it was in the right direction heh
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Yeah, that's what I did too. Does it matter if you drew the graph in pen though??
    I did that too...it wont matter what you drew it with, as long as its in the right direction
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Yeah, that's what I did too. Does it matter if you drew the graph in pen though??
    i dont even own a pencil
 
 
 
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