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    (Original post by dush_2)
    wel why do u take so long ~~
    Why don't you provide something before moaning about others.
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    (Original post by InItToWinItGetIt?)
    Why don't you provide something before moaning about others.
    well i dnt have any !! im sorry
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    (Original post by dush_2)
    well i dnt have any !! im sorry
    then stop moaning
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    This paper is quiet hard I must admit, but then again, the grade thresholds are really low so its not thatt bad. I am hoping we can all discuss the article openly and figure out the most important stuff in it.
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    ohh come on a private student so i dnt go to school
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    we will but lets finish the unit 6b part and then the unit 4 part then we will go to unit 5...
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    yea unit 6! Arghh!
    it's on Wed and i hate the last Q!
    Any1n got nything on dat?
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    (Original post by Samia99)
    yea unit 6! Arghh!
    it's on Wed and i hate the last Q!
    Any1n got nything on dat?
    we'll be disussing that after we finish the other 2.
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    anyone got the paper?

    and predicted questions for the article..
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    atricle advise
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    can the questions directly link and relate to units 1 2 or 4? as opposed to just 5?bcuz the article advice above says otherwise :s and i thought it was synoptic
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    obviously....it is a synoptic paper.
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    many people tell me that this time we would be expecting MRI to be part of the paper..
    what say?
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    ys v might! anything can happen....it is part of the specification....can come.
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    (Original post by tina2010)
    Does anyone got notes or revision cards for any biology units then please pm me?
    Hey, you got those notes or revision cards? Care to pass them on? :P I'm freaking out about Bio Unit 4! Got sooo much to do!!
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    (Original post by InItToWinItGetIt?)
    Hi

    ''Explain how genes can be switched on and off by DNA transcription factors including hormones.''

    Info on this spec point is nowhere to be found in the green textbook or the revision guide?

    Hey, I got stuck on this too! It's definitely in CGP! Something about trypsin (I think)..but it's right there, summarised in a few bullet points
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    Hey...does anyone have tips for the Bio Unit 4 exam? or is there another thread for that? I've got that in about 2 weeks and I'm still panicking about that one!

    Any help? Sample questions and answers? Any help would be appreciated
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    (Original post by Spain'93)
    Hey, I got stuck on this too! It's definitely in CGP! Something about trypsin (I think)..but it's right there, summarised in a few bullet points
    Trypsin is an enzyme that is responsible for digestion of proteins... i am almost a 100% sure that it is not trypsin that CGP has mentioned.... genes can be switched on or off using transcription factors -- these can be hormones (steroid hormones or peptide hormones) that trigger a cascade that lead to the formation of specific transcription factors.... check again... must be some hormone
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    (Original post by chemdweeb1234)
    Trypsin is an enzyme that is responsible for digestion of proteins... i am almost a 100% sure that it is not trypsin that CGP has mentioned.... genes can be switched on or off using transcription factors -- these can be hormones (steroid hormones or peptide hormones) that trigger a cascade that lead to the formation of specific transcription factors.... check again... must be some hormone
    yea the guide's gt abt da trancription factors...


    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Spain'93)
    Hey, I got stuck on this too! It's definitely in CGP! Something about trypsin (I think)..but it's right there, summarised in a few bullet points
    Ok cool thank you
 
 
 

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