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    (Original post by I'mBadAtMaths)
    what did people put for the technizue to measure ladybirds up a hill? and why should they do it more times?
    I wrote quadrats at regular sequences along the transect. I wrote that they should use different quadrats then one big quadrat as grass types up a hill can be different due to succesion. Complete guess .
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    (Original post by aquarius00)
    i put interupted belt trasect...im prob wrong tho
    I put a pooter.. which im not too sure :/
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    The paper was mostly on Module 3 and a bit of Module 4.
    I was like :O
    But then it's good there's not much conservation questions

    Overall, pretty okay paper.
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    The paper just could not get any worse!!!

    Seriously.... what were they thinking making me revise ..
    I spent my blood and sweat in this and all they ask in the paper is about ecosystem and crap..................

    Seriously keeping my fingers crossed 40 = A
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    (Original post by J00100)
    I think you mean 98% of the specification :P
    i think you mean 99%:P
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    (Original post by mortysteve)
    1)a) Plant protein - animal protein (3)
    b) Processes that lead to process B (humus) (2)
    c) How the processes C and D contribute to plant growth (reference to nitrifying bacteria).
    ?) What plant could the farmer use to restore nitrogen the soil? (2)
    ?) Why rare sheep should be kept in existence (2)
    ?) The two processes involved in allowing sheep to eat seaweed (2)
    ?) The two major problems that cause these sheep to be rare? (2?)
    ?) What are the three stop codons? (1)
    ?) Why do stop codons stop translation (or some ****)?
    ?) What are the other 4 amino acids in the chain?
    ?) Differences between Somatic Cell Therapy and Germline Cell Therapy (2)
    ?) Differences between PNS and CNS (4)
    ?) Differences between Prophase 1 and Prophase 2 (2)
    ?) Describe and explain what happens to the population of waders after hedgehogs are introduced (6)
    ?) Percentage decrease of Swipes in area 2 (2)
    ?) Advantages of learned and innate behaviour (11)
    ?) Describe the process of tissue culture? (7)
    ?) Describe a suitable method for the student to measure ladybirds up the hill?
    ?) Explain a more suitable method to list the data collected (frequencies of ladybirds)? (2)
    ?) The student says, "positive correlation = ladybirds survive better in high altitudes". Is he correct in saying this? (3)
    ?) Work out p and q (hardy weinberg) (2)
    ?) Hedgehogs are being trapped and killed. Discuss the ethical implications (3)
    ?) Explain why nearly all the Elm trees were wiped out when the disease hit (3)
    ?) Molecular analysis to show they're clones (1)
    ?) How do Elm trees produce clones [or something] (1)
    ?) The disease causes the leaves to turn yellow and die. Explain why? (2)
    ?) How does the leaves dying cause the roots to die? (2?)
    ?) UUU changed to UUA. What mutation is this? (1)
    ?) Name of the nucleic acide in 5.2 (2)
    ?) Define innate behaviour (2)
    ?) Define learned behaviour (2)
    ?) Define recessive (1)
    ?) Suggest and explain (?) two reasons why the hedgehog population increased so much (or something). (4?)

    Add to it.
    what did every 1 get for the first question??
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    I said use more intermediates and use of dichotomous key -_-
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    (Original post by ManPowa)
    I put a pooter.. which im not too sure :/
    No she was talking about a different question. It was the one with the table
    And asking which is a better method.

    For the question you answered, I wrote pitfall trap
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    (Original post by yesioo)
    I swear it said the hedgehogs ate the wader eggs?
    It did. ;p

    or rather, it said the hedgehogs eat the eggs of ground-nesting birds such as the wader, or something.

    (Original post by MoMatrix)
    I wrote quadrats at regular sequences along the transect. I wrote that they should use different quadrats then one big quadrat as grass types up a hill can be different due to succesion. Complete guess .
    You've described an interrupted belt transect.
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    (Original post by Jhyzone)
    The paper was mostly on Module 3 and a bit of Module 4.
    I was like :O
    But then it's good there's not much conservation questions

    Overall, pretty okay paper.
    you are the first person to say this was an okay paper.
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    (Original post by ManPowa)
    I put a pooter.. which im not too sure :/
    I put a pooter! omg im dreading results day.
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    what does everyone think the grade boundaries will be like?
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    (Original post by haly)
    what does everyone think the grade boundaries will be like?
    20/100 + compensation
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    (Original post by sc0307)
    I wrote about cytokinins too I hope it's right!!
    Oww I wrote something about how water cannot travel to the leaves of the plant, so as a result they can't carry out photosynthesis and produce glucose etc. so cells in the leaves cannot respire and die :/ ****.

    That paper is worth 25% of the total Alevel as well...wtffffff.
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    (Original post by Jhyzone)
    I wrote pitfall trap
    Damn that was the word I was trying to get out of my mind from AS!! I ended up saying using an insect-catcher at regular intervals haha
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    what the hell happened to all the muscles, pcr, genome sequencing...i hate the fact that ocr make out you gotta learn all the hard stuff and then they focus all the attention from a page which dont even tell you much in the first place.....why dont they stick to specification..or stop writing one if the gonna go off tangent
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    AWFUL! nothing on gene technology or bio technology?! Hated it!
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    I calculated what i thought i got right which came to 65/100 ... now its gone right down to about 40 :|
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    or rather, it said the hedgehogs eat the eggs of ground-nesting birds such as the wader, or something.
    THANK GOD. Literally had me freaking out! Although I doubt get a couple of marks on that question is going to be helping me. :emo:

    Oww I wrote something about how water cannot travel to the leaves of the plant, so as a result they can't carry out photosynthesis and produce glucose etc. so cells in the leaves cannot respire and die :/ ****.
    I put the same thing :laugh:
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    (Original post by aquarius00)
    i put interupted belt trasect...im prob wrong tho
    I think question said 'what technique would you use to collect samples' - and i just focused in on the 'collect'... i thought it was synoptic and i refered to those 'pootah' things you use to collect bugs... I know a couple of people that put pitfall traps as their answer.
 
 
 
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