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    TOTIPOTENCY/TISSUE CULTURE more likely to come up :eek:
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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Its true, but are the pathways there?

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    Pathways for what?
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Sorry I've no idea

    ... Read the spec as well and check you know all of the points.
    It's the LO's right??
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Pathways for what?
    oh for root to xylem?

    No lol!
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    oh for root to xylem?

    No lol!
    What seeeerious?:ahee:

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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Root tip squash almost for sure
    Totipotency
    Actually describing ntimicrobial properties of plants.
    tensile strength

    There was so much practical and HSW emphasis in January that maybe a practical wont even come up

    Hey... TISSUE culture hasn't even come up FOR ONCE in the past papers...!... WOW :eek:
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Sorry I've no idea

    But to be honest I have one and its not even that good. I would recommend making your own printed notes if you have not done so already or readi material from class or summarising textbook notes. Read the spec as well and check you know all of the points.
    are types of natural selection included in the spec?
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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    It's the LO's right??
    Read the points on there, on either concept or snab, and imagine an exam question based on it. Check you know exactly how to answer it, answer it, and if you can't, research the topic and read past mark schemes on what the examiners want you to include.

    Good luck, this method really helps me to revise.

    What content are you stuck on?
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    (Original post by Nowshin Khan)
    are types of natural selection included in the spec?
    Only the process of natural selection is on the spec.
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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    Hey... TISSUE culture hasn't even come up FOR ONCE in the past papers...!... WOW :eek:
    Wait it that the one with the agar mixture, because if so I swear it came up in Jan 2013?
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    anyone summarize the differences between sclerenchyma and xylem?

    and the differences between meiosis/mitosis?


    thanks x
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Read the points on there, on either concept or snab, and imagine an exam question based on it. Check you know exactly how to answer it, answer it, and if you can't, research the topic and read past mark schemes on what the examiners want you to include.

    Good luck, this method really helps me to revise.

    What content are you stuck on?
    Hi ur really helpful... urr regarding core practical is tssue culture and totopitency the same thing..or root tip squash. <------all these words are confusing.
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    Wait it that the one with the agar mixture, because if so I swear it came up in Jan 2013?
    no no that's anitimicrobial proerties with garlic and mint?
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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    no no that's anitimicrobial proerties with garlic and mint?
    Has come up more than once, June 2012 for example but briefly.

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    (Original post by jooh_23)
    anyone summarize the differences between sclerenchyma and xylem?

    and the differences between meiosis/mitosis?


    thanks x
    Meiosis is sexual reproduction and mitosis is asexual, mitosis makes 2 identical daughter cells and meiosis makes 4 non-identical daughter cells

    Xylem is for structural support and transport of H20 whilst sclerenchyma is only for support
    also xylem is found in the inner stem but sclerenchyma is found more in the outer part of the stem.

    Do you need it to be more detailed?

    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    no no that's anitimicrobial proerties with garlic and mint?
    What's the tissue culture one then?
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    Could someone upload jan 2013 examiners report? Plzz

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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Has come up more than once, June 2012 for example but briefly.

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    Yh i hate microbial proerties one Hope it does't come up this time coz it came up in Jan 13 for describing the stuff in strucured questions.
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    Are the practicals that are likely to be on the paper only from Unit 2? Or do they put some Unit 1 practicals in it as well?

    thanks
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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    Yh i hate microbial proerties one Hope it does't come up this time coz it came up in Jan 13 for describing the stuff in strucured questions.
    Nooo I mean totipotency practical

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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Nooo I mean totipotency practical

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    Is totipotency the tissue culture Please reply.. so confused :confused:
 
 
 
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