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    (Original post by demotivated)
    This is what I did.

    Is "disease" a factor for metabolic rate?
    I don't think so but i put inherited and size of the person as they have more cells
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    I put cytoplasm and cell wall. Might have got 1 mark then for cytoplasm.
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    (Original post by demotivated)
    This is what I did.

    Is "disease" a factor for metabolic rate?
    No i dont think so, i put genetics and gender
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    (Original post by demotivated)
    This is what I did.

    Is "disease" a factor for metabolic rate?
    No it's anyone of these:

    Genetics
    Gender
    Exercise
    Proportion of muscle to fat
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    (Original post by demotivated)
    This is what I did.

    Is "disease" a factor for metabolic rate?
    The metabolic rate can be affected by your gender - (men have bigger muscles to fat ratio), generally from your muscle to fat ratio, and form your size.
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    Could someone be kind to do an unofficial mark scheme for today's exam ??
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    Is age a factor? I put age and gender.
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    How can it be cytoplasm and cell membrane if that's in B2??
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    (Original post by shibucool)
    How can it be cytoplasm and cell membrane if that's in B2??
    It's not just B2, do you have a CGP book?
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    (Original post by Pingui)
    It's not just B2, do you have a CGP book?
    Yeah
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    what did the control group for the slimming product eat????

    and the last questions about the graphs and mineral ions???
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    (Original post by Pingui)
    The metabolic rate can be affected by your gender - (men have bigger muscles to fat ratio), generally from your muscle to fat ratio, and form your size.
    Don't forget age...as you get older, MR tend to slow down
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    (Original post by shibucool)
    Yeah
    If you look at the page about the whole sensory, motor, reflex neurones stuff then it tells you about Light Receptors having a cytoplasm, nucleus and a cell membrane.
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    Control Groups? ?

    Is this alright for the drug question, a drug is a chemical compound that will change the body's properties.
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    (Original post by Pingui)
    The metabolic rate can be affected by your gender - (men have bigger muscles to fat ratio), generally from your muscle to fat ratio, and form your size.
    I wrote muscle to fat ratio and crossed it out after assuming it was the same as exercise, since exercise builds up more muscle using fat for energy.

    What do you guys think the grade boundaries will be approx?
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    (Original post by Tianquan)
    Control Groups? ?

    Is this alright for the drug question, a drug is a chemical compound that will change the body's properties.
    Not sure about control groups but I put practically the same for drug one.

    I put a drug is a substance that changes the chemical reactions within one's body.
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    (Original post by Pingui)
    It's not just B2, do you have a CGP book?
    Cells are in unit 2 - this is the new spec aqa science biology nelson thornes book

    In the contents there's no sign of cells in unit 1


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    Which pyramid of biomass did everyone tick?
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    (Original post by milesw97)
    Which pyramid of biomass did everyone tick?
    I ticked the 2nd one but I think it was the first
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    (Original post by Randomer98)
    Cells are in unit 2 - this is the new spec aqa science biology nelson thornes book

    In the contents there's no sign of cells in unit 1


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    It's not cells, the only cell in B1 is the light receptor cells in the eye, it's in nerve and hormones I believe
 
 
 
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