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OCR Biology F212 Revision [3rd June 2013] (Now Closed) Watch

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    (Original post by MrMeep2580)
    Which one was the phagocyte. I had no clue put B :L
    Other than that I thought it was a nice paper. quite straightforward when compared to last years June 2012 f212 which was disgusting.
    I put C cause of the weird nucleus


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    (Original post by yasmin.mahfouz)
    I put C cause of the weird nucleus


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    either way it was only one mark
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    (Original post by MrMeep2580)
    either way it was only one mark
    did you still find the Jan 2013 paper being easier than this paper?
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    I think both B and C were phagotytes.
    One was a monocyte and another one was a neutrophil.
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    Such a good paper. Went really well, the only thing I messed up on was the hydrogen bonding, put two between C and G and three between A and T, but oh well!


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    Thank you to whoever mentioned TB coming up yesterday.
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    some of those questions were worded really weirdly..


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    Selective breeding for 7 marks?
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    That weren't too bad because they just look for key words a lot of the time so if you said something like breed two plants with different alleles that are resistant to disease and repeat over many generations that's like 3 marks probs


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    That was alright, I guess. Could've been much more worse

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    i have a feeling that f215, will be horrible otrivine
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    WOOP WOOP i loved that coz not much food and health!!! what on earth was the last part of that 7 marker about long term selective breeding for the future? i ended up talking about seed banks and increasing genetic diversity to get a range of different disease resistances or something O.o
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    What are you all thinking grade boundaries will be? I'm hoping 70 for an A
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    what was the answer to why people dont wanna cull squirrels?
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    Does it matter that I drew a solid line for hydrogen bonds but labelled them?
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    Guys if I put COOH and H2N for the amino acid formula question rather than C=O and OH and Hydrgonen bonds to 2 nitrogen will I lose marks?
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    (Original post by yasmin.mahfouz)
    How you think it go guys!


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    The question about why complementary based pairing is important was hard, asexual selective reproduction was just a myth lol
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    (Original post by senS)
    i have a feeling that f215, will be horrible otrivine
    How did you find it?
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    What did everyone put for the domain and kingdom of the water bear thing in that last question? I guessed protoctist and eukaryote?
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    (Original post by ellemcjelly)
    what was the answer to why people dont wanna cull squirrels?
    They can be a nuisance to people and to maintain biodiversity so it's not as vulnerable to change I put
 
 
 
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