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    Excellent article questions by Sir V. Redden: http://www.scribd.com/doc/89838095/S...Stafford-Final

    If you like these, please like this fb page: www.facebook.com/6bi04
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    Does anybody else think Topic 8.5 is completely useless...?
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    M Kh stop spamming ! we get it lol
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    (Original post by abbas1994)
    I didn't see that in the textbook under thermoregulation...
    its on page 163 of the green book.
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    (Original post by iesians)
    M Kh stop spamming ! we get it lol
    So you have liked the page, shared it and posted it as your status?
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    (Original post by nadzzdan)
    Does anybody else think Topic 8.5 is completely useless...?
    I do!
    I just skip over it, to be honest :unsure:
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    (Original post by M Kh)
    So you have liked the page, shared it and posted it as your status?
    sorry, i deactivated a week ago !
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    do you guys kno the article it mention "knocking out" in reference to bat and wat

    what the hell does that mean!?!?!?!??!?!??!

    someone plz help
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    (Original post by aosm250)
    do you guys kno the article it mention "knocking out" in reference to bat and wat

    what the hell does that mean!?!?!?!??!?!??!

    someone plz help
    what paragraph?
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    (Original post by aosm250)
    do you guys kno the article it mention "knocking out" in reference to bat and wat

    what the hell does that mean!?!?!?!??!?!??!

    someone plz help
    knocking out as in PRDM16 one ?
    it means TURNING OFF the gene.
    it says that if we turn off this particular gene in BAT the heat producing ability and capacity is lost owing to the abnormal growth of BAT, this shows that PRDM16 is important in development of normal BAT.
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    (Original post by Bright)
    How is that wrong? :s
    If neurotransmitter substance is released into the synapse with the bipolar neurone, no action potential can be fired in the bipolar cell to the optic nerve but the SNAB book says action potential IS SET UP in the bipolar neurone. This is wrong. Look in the SNAB revision guide it contradicts this by saying if neurotransmitter is released no action potential can be triggered in the bipolar cell, the cgp book contradicts this as well as sir valentine dude. So 3 against 1 lol, its obvious the snab book made a mistake there
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    Anyone have the grade boundaries for the Summer 07 and 08 exams?
    They're not on the Edexcel website as they're old spec.
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    (Original post by Hanz_a93)
    If neurotransmitter substance is released into the synapse with the bipolar neurone, no action potential can be fired in the bipolar cell to the optic nerve but the SNAB book says action potential IS SET UP in the bipolar neurone. This is wrong. Look in the SNAB revision guide it contradicts this by saying if neurotransmitter is released no action potential can be triggered in the bipolar cell, the cgp book contradicts this as well as sir valentine dude. So 3 against 1 lol, its obvious the snab book made a mistake there
    OH I'm not using SNAB book only using the SNAB revision guide..

    thanks for clearing it up though! :]
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    (Original post by iesians)
    its on page 163 of the green book.
    I have that crappy orange one
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    give 5 examples of "metabolically active" tissues ?! (para 31)
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    (Original post by abbas1994)
    I have that crappy orange one
    i dunno about that ?! but in green one it says about positive feedback once a temp limit is corssed, to protect the hypothalamus.
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    Quick question:

    in fMRI scan if the there is greater activity then, there is more oxyhaemoglobin which does not absorb radio waves, so will you see the area light up or not?
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    So everyone has standford article questions
    Here are some other me and my friends purchased online
    here you go

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/97804758/Q...ticle-June2012
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    (Original post by vampirerahim)
    So everyone has standford article questions
    Here are some other me and my friends purchased online
    here you go

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/97804758/Q...ticle-June2012
    wait ! i had these questions lol
    the answers are pathetically HUGE !
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    (Original post by Bright)
    Quick question:

    in fMRI scan if the there is greater activity then, there is more oxyhaemoglobin which does not absorb radio waves, so will you see the area light up or not?
    yeh because more radio waves are not absorbed and the detectors can pick this up making the area light up on the screen on a comp
 
 
 
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