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    (Original post by Amani Ziyat)
    I said you can't inherit good genes, it depends on your activity levels and diet :///
    I wrote something along those lines... how about the 6 marker on the rate of blood flow during exersise... I thought it was quite simple
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    I said its possible that she inherited some improved cardiovascular efficiency in genes but environmental factors like practice are also important
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    anyone up for creating an unoffical mark scheme?
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    (Original post by mariam625)
    I wrote something along those lines... how about the 6 marker on the rate of blood flow during exersise... I thought it was quite simple
    I wrote about how parts of the body needed oxygen and this comes from the lungs, this was for aerobic respiration so all the blood goes to the lungs.... Idk I don't think I did that well
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    (Original post by Amani Ziyat)
    did anyone get 10% for the efficiency??
    Yes!!🙌🏼


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    As always, biology exam has too many application and 'suggest...' questions
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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Yes!!🙌🏼


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    Good!!
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    by the sound of it you did quite well...I'm actually quite suprised there was graph after graph after graph but luckily because lots of people found it quite hard the grade boundries would be lower than expected
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    (Original post by mariam625)
    by the sound of it you did quite well...I'm actually quite suprised there was graph after graph after graph but luckily because lots of people found it quite hard the grade boundries would be lower than expected
    Yeah that's what I'm hoping for...
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    (Original post by SolomonP)
    anyone up for creating an unoffical mark scheme?
    hahahaah.... yeah and an A* will be 1 mark which we gained from the last question which was the easiest
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    (Original post by SolomonP)
    anyone up for creating an unoffical mark scheme?
    Yeah so from what I remember

    Parts of the eye
    Cornea-refracts light rays
    Optic nerve-sends impulses to the brain
    Iris-controls how much light enters they eye

    Old peoples can't focus on near objects (something along those lines)

    Ciliary muscles contract and suspensory ligaments slacken to focus on near objects however as you grow older these become weaker thus the reason why you cannot focus on near objects since the lens shape doesn't alter

    What was the next question??




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    What did people write for the ATP question???
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    (Original post by mariam625)
    by the sound of it you did quite well...I'm actually quite suprised there was graph after graph after graph but luckily because lots of people found it quite hard the grade boundries would be lower than expected
    Oh my god the graphs, urgh they killed me


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    (Original post by Amani Ziyat)
    What did people write for the ATP question???
    Atp is a molecule that stores energy from reaporation.This is released to the cells when they need it to perform their jobs


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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Oh my god the graphs, urgh they killed me


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    I found the application so hard to understand if there were no graphs we would have known that we absoloutely aced and wrecked the exam paper
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    [QUOTE=The Panic Queen;56032401]Atp is a molecule that stores energy from respiration.This is released to the cells when they need it to perform their jobs





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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Atp is a molecule that stores energy from reaporation.This is released to the cells when they need it to perform their jobs


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    wohoo!!!! got that one right
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    (Original post by mariam625)
    I found the application so hard to understand if there were no graphs we would have known that we absoloutely aced and wrecked the exam paper
    Trust me! Past papers seemed nothing compared to this exam


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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Atp is a molecule that stores energy from reaporation.This is released to the cells when they need it to perform their jobs


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    Okay thanksss
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    (Original post by The Panic Queen)
    Trust me! Past papers seemed nothing compared to this exam


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    someone agrees with me yes i know this as b far the hardest biology exam I have ever done but it's not as hard compared to futher maths....eeekkkk
 
 
 
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