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    Hey I thought I may aswel post up my notes aswel incase it could help some people out, I have made them for modules 1, 2 and 3.

    Module 1 - Cellular Control.docx

    Module 2 - Biotechnology and gene technologies.docx

    Module 3 - Ecosystems and sustainability.docx
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    (Original post by The TSR Star.)
    Everyone is ignoring me though lol. I think they all hate me already. Artificial selection please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Oh well there's not a lot to go over for that one..

    Bread wheat produces a high yield, and this is why:
    1. Large-eared wheat plants (i.e. high yielders) are bred together
    2. The offspring with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together
    3. The offspring of that with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together

    and so on for ages and ages

    4. Ta-da... a plant with large ears and a VERY high yield!

    .... That's pretty much it!
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    Everyone who has negged me, I hope you all fail Karma's a *****. You just watch. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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    In transcription some people are saying the DNA unravels by dipping into nucleolus, other by DNA helicase. Which is it? (I haven't got any mark scheme to look on for this answer) Thanks
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    Seeing as people are posting up notes...Anyone have anything easy to understand and learn for Animal Responses? Because it's really confusing...not the brain things but the muscle contraction...
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    (Original post by Talon19921992)
    In transcription some people are saying the DNA unravels by dipping into nucleolus, other by DNA helicase. Which is it? (I haven't got any mark scheme to look on for this answer) Thanks
    I was always taught it was uncoiled by DNA helicase, I have no idea what "dipping into the nucleolus" means :confused:
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    (Original post by Talon19921992)
    In transcription some people are saying the DNA unravels by dipping into nucleolus, other by DNA helicase. Which is it? (I haven't got any mark scheme to look on for this answer) Thanks
    What? DNA unravels because RNA polymerase binds to a gene at the start of a DNA molecule...Hydrogen bonds b/w the two strands break so you are left with two uncoiled strands of DNA one of which is used as a template to make mRNA
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    (Original post by The TSR Star.)
    Everyone who has negged me, I hope you all fail Karma's a *****. You just watch. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    So surely that means the same for you? By you hoping they all fail, you will? Karma's a b*tch
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    (Original post by Mit321)
    So surely that means the same for you? By you hoping they all fail, you will? Karma's a b*tch
    Nope.
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    (Original post by The TSR Star.)
    Everyone who has negged me, I hope you all fail Karma's a *****. You just watch. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    if we all fail, then no one will fail.......the wonders of UMS.....:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by noodlecookie)
    Oh well there's not a lot to go over for that one..

    Bread wheat produces a high yield, and this is why:
    1. Large-eared wheat plants (i.e. high yielders) are bred together
    2. The offspring with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together
    3. The offspring of that with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together

    and so on for ages and ages

    4. Ta-da... a plant with large ears and a VERY high yield!

    .... That's pretty much it!
    Thank you soooooooooooooo much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by DR_X)
    if we all fail, then no one will fail.......the wonders of UMS.....:rolleyes:
    huh? I clearly said to the people that have negged me? I didn't say everyone :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by DR_X)
    if we all fail, then no one will fail.......the wonders of UMS.....:rolleyes:
    OMG yeah I forgot that EVERYONE DO FANCYPANTSRUBBISH IN THE EXAM PLEASE TY
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    Seriously Concentrate on the bio exam people :P Stop being childish. It's Rep - grow up.
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    (Original post by The TSR Star.)
    huh? I clearly said to the people that have negged me? I didn't say everyone :facepalm2:
    I can see why you have neg rep.....
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    (Original post by noodlecookie)
    OMG yeah I forgot that EVERYONE DO FANCYPANTSRUBBISH IN THE EXAM PLEASE TY
    LOL and then you trick us all and end up with full ums -_-
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    (Original post by noodlecookie)
    I was always taught it was uncoiled by DNA helicase, I have no idea what "dipping into the nucleolus" means :confused:
    Transcription - dipping into nucleolus

    IN REPLICATION - helicase enzyme separates the strands...

    Eating btw, so trying to be productive while eating
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    (Original post by Mit321)
    I can see why you have neg rep.....
    Why? I only got neg rep because I disagreed with surrogacy agreements not being legally binding. I used to have 3 green gems. The fact that I have neg rep makes everyone see my post as worthless. And people, like you, make comments like that.
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    Question: Explain the different types of immobilising enzymes, and the advantages of immobilisation in general.

    Partly to see what other people say and to get people thinking
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    (Original post by noodlecookie)
    Oh well there's not a lot to go over for that one..

    Bread wheat produces a high yield, and this is why:
    1. Large-eared wheat plants (i.e. high yielders) are bred together
    2. The offspring with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together
    3. The offspring of that with the largest ears and highest yield are bred together

    and so on for ages and ages

    4. Ta-da... a plant with large ears and a VERY high yield!

    .... That's pretty much it!
    do we not need to know the specific gene letters for them or just state the process of selective breeding like how you put it
 
 
 
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