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    (Original post by periwinkle304)
    quick question on subdivision of the nervous system - does peripheral split into sensory and motor, then motor splits into somatic and autonomic? not sure about the sensory/motor part
    According to wikipedia, thats right
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    Helppppppp! ... nitric oxide can induce apoptosis by making the inner mitochondrial membrane more permeable to hydrogen ions so this dissipates the proton gradient right? this then means less cytokinesis (is that the right word, omg brain overflow ) but whats this got to do with proteins binding to apoptosis receptors?????????///
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    Looking forward to 3.30 when this exam will be over
    Looking forward to 2.45 when mine will be over
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    (Original post by periwinkle304)
    quick question on subdivision of the nervous system - does peripheral split into sensory and motor, then motor splits into somatic and autonomic? not sure about the sensory/motor part
    Peripheral splits into Somatic and Autonomic, then the Autonomic splits into Sympathetic and Parasympathetic

    Edit: someone posted a good mnemonic to remember it earlier - Nervous Crammers Pass Successfully After Severe Procrastination :yep:
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    (Original post by miss-pink09)
    ahh you guys are genius' i love youuuuuuuu <3 haha
    haha i really wish i was a genius!!!! thats about all i know :P need to do plants and those punet squared and galapagos...omg stil ahve loads to revise aka learn... but ur welcome!
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    (Original post by periwinkle304)
    quick question on subdivision of the nervous system - does peripheral split into sensory and motor, then motor splits into somatic and autonomic? not sure about the sensory/motor part
    The peripheral nervous system has two different systems: the somatic nervous system (conscious control) and the autonomic nervous system (unconscious control).

    The autonomic nervous system has two divisions: the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) and the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest).
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    (Original post by rebeccalouise_92)
    haha i really wish i was a genius!!!! thats about all i know :P need to do plants and those punet squared and galapagos...omg stil ahve loads to revise aka learn... but ur welcome!
    ahh i did plants earlier today
    im not really learning galapagos... dont really know what we're meant to know tbh..
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    do we need to know the experimental evidence for gibberellins I don't really understand that?
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    (Original post by heartskippedabeat)
    Peripheral splits into Somatic and Autonomic, then the Autonomic splits into Sympathetic and Parasympathetic

    Edit: someone posted a good mnemonic to remember it earlier - Nervous Crammers Pass Successfully After Severe Procrastination :yep:
    Nervous Crammers Pass Successfully After Severe Procrastination

    Whats the n and C stand for?
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    Helppppppp! ... nitric oxide can induce apoptosis by making the inner mitochondrial membrane more permeable to hydrogen ions so this dissipates the proton gradient right? this then means less cytokinesis (is that the right word, omg brain overflow ) but whats this got to do with proteins binding to apoptosis receptors?????????///

    i mean chemiosmosis....whats cytokinesis from :s
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    (Original post by ChubbyRain)
    do we need to know the experimental evidence for gibberellins I don't really understand that?
    The ocr book really makes it confusing. I was confused too

    Gibberellins cause stem elongation.

    Heres the evidence:

    In the same species, some plants are dwarfs and others are tall plants. It was found that tall plants had more gibberellins than dwarfs. A mutant plant without the gene for creating gibberellin did not grow tall. But when one of it’s branches were grafted onto a normal plant, the graft grew tall. Therefore, gibberellins are responsible for stem elongation
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    (Original post by susan23)
    Nervous Crammers Pass Successfully After Severe Procrastination

    Whats the n and C stand for?
    Nervous System, CNS
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    Right guys, I love you all very much. I shall be here tomorrow morning, but for now, my brain hurts. See you all later! :hat2:
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    Why do genome fragments need to be inserted into BACS? Why cant you just preform PCR on them?
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    (Original post by rebeccalouise_92)
    Helppppppp! ... nitric oxide can induce apoptosis by making the inner mitochondrial membrane more permeable to hydrogen ions so this dissipates the proton gradient right? this then means less cytokinesis (is that the right word, omg brain overflow ) but whats this got to do with proteins binding to apoptosis receptors?????????///

    i mean chemiosmosis....whats cytokinesis from :s
    Cytokinesis is what happens after mitosis, where the cell actually spilts into 2
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    (Original post by susan23)
    Why do genome fragments need to be inserted into BACS? Why cant you just preform PCR on them?
    PCR only works on short strands. The fragments are too long for PCR, so you need BACs and in vivo gene cloning
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    The peripheral nervous system>sensory and motor>somatic and autonomic...autonomic splits into sympathetic and parasympathetic. here i made a flow chart.
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    (Original post by ksahnan)
    The peripheral nervous system>sensory and motor>somatic and autonomic...autonomic splits into sympathetic and parasympathetic. here i made a flow chart.
    Nice flowchart
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    (Original post by Kidms001)
    Right guys, I love you all very much. I shall be here tomorrow morning, but for now, my brain hurts. See you all later! :hat2:
    Bye x
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    (Original post by M_I)
    Why would you need to do that? or What would do that?
    Was used to produce insulin, was easier to extract mRNA from pancreas cells then try and find the gene (51 amino acids, not that big)
 
 
 
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