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    (Original post by Branny101)
    Could someone upload jan 2013 examiners report? Plzz

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    Here it is
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    Has anyone got past paper questions where they are organised by topic?

    e.g: questions on xylem, scelrnchyma
    questions on cell diffrentiation etc.
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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    Is totipotency the tissue culture Please reply.. so confused :confused:
    Totipotency practical is exactly the same as tissue culture.
    Totipotency itself is a form of tissue culture.
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    Can someone please explain the difference between physiological and anatomical.. I always seem to get them mixed up!
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Totipotency practical is exactly the same as tissue culture.
    Totipotency itself is a form of tissue culture.
    Sorry for asking ... coz my revision guide uses different words.. and last question:

    Is mitosis the root tip squash..

    THANK YOU
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    So will we have to know about Unit 1 practicals?
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    (Original post by CoolRunner)
    Here it is
    Ty

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    (Original post by Jacksgap)
    Sorry for asking ... coz my revision guide uses different words.. and last question:

    Is mitosis the root tip squash..

    THANK YOU
    Yeah, the practical for investigating mitosis is the root tip squash.
    You're welcome, good luck.
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    (Original post by kevsamuel)
    So will we have to know about Unit 1 practicals?
    No
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    this thread is already longer than the 6BIO1 and it hasnt been the exam yet :/ somehow this is worrying me :/ (random i know )
    i think the exam will be dreadfull :/



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    (Original post by Rubyturner94)
    this thread is already longer than the 6BIO1 and it hasnt been the exam yet :/ somehow this is worrying me :/ (random i know )
    i think the exam will be dreadfull :/



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    Lol stay optimistic ; the glass is half - full not half - empty

    How's your Biology Revision going ? Got any other exams left ?
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    (Original post by Ellsxo)
    Can someone please explain the difference between physiological and anatomical.. I always seem to get them mixed up!
    Anatomical is more about physical features. Physiological is more on the way the body works. So, anatomy deals with the structure of an organism, so skeleton, organ system, tissue structure, and even cell structure, whereas physiology looks at function, so how these organs work, how cell metabolism works, how enzymes work.
    Does this help?
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    (Original post by Tha Realest)
    Lol stay optimistic ; the glass is half - full not half - empty

    How's your Biology Revision going ? Got any other exams left ?
    It's so hard to stay optimistic knowing the unit 1 was a complete disaster. I don't think that tomorrow will be any different :/ Revision is going alright, and this is my last exam After that, no more biology for the rest of my life
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    (Original post by billyfisher100)
    Yeah, the practical for investigating mitosis is the root tip squash.
    You're welcome, good luck.
    Good luck to you too.
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    Is it necessary to learn the growth patterns?
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    If the totipotency is the practical with the agar, I doubt it will come up because in came up in the January 2013 exam : /

    P.S. Do we need to know water uptake in detail?
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    (Original post by Whostolemycookie)
    If the totipotency is the practical with the agar, I doubt it will come up because in came up in the January 2013 exam : /

    P.S. Do we need to know water uptake in detail?
    The agar practical in Jan 2013 was the antimicrobial properties practical...
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    what causes founder effect? what is founder effect, what causes genetic drift? what causes it? any possible ways of reducing them?
    what causes inbreeding depression?
    and why is it bad? how can we reduce inbreeding depression apart from selective mating, studbooks?
    do we need to know these things?

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    (Original post by Tha Realest)
    Lol stay optimistic ; the glass is half - full not half - empty

    How's your Biology Revision going ? Got any other exams left ?
    its going ok, and you? today im going to go over all papers from jan 2010 and go over my notes.
    i have chemistry and statistics 2 left, what about you?

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    Will they ask any In depth questions on the stuff like Melanin, MAOA, height etc or are they likely to be graph questions with information provided ?
 
 
 
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