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I'm currently going over F215 and in my textbook there are green 'How Science Works' pages. Do I need to know this for the exams or is it just for the practicals?
What I'm specifically looking at is Genes and body plans and there is a lot of information on Drosophila (fly) development but the spec just states: explain that the genes that controldevelopment of body plans are similar inplants, animals and fungi, with reference tohomeobox sequences (HSW1)
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(Original post by Faithams)
Hey,
I'm currently going over F215 and in my textbook there are green 'How Science Works' pages. Do I need to know this for the exams or is it just for the practicals?
What I'm specifically looking at is Genes and body plans and there is a lot of information on Drosophila (fly) development but the spec just states: explain that the genes that controldevelopment of body plans are similar inplants, animals and fungi, with reference tohomeobox sequences (HSW1)


hey

im an as ocr biology student. can u giv me some help on ocr biology? like transport in plants and lung capacity
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Hey,
I'm currently going over F215 and in my textbook there are green 'How Science Works' pages. Do I need to know this for the exams or is it just for the practicals?
What I'm specifically looking at is Genes and body plans and there is a lot of information on Drosophila (fly) development but the spec just states: explain that the genes that controldevelopment of body plans are similar inplants, animals and fungi, with reference tohomeobox sequences (HSW1)
I think you just need to understand the general principle- you never know, they could chuck a two marker or one marker on it. Nothing to stress over.
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I think you just need to understand the general principle- you never know, they could chuck a two marker or one marker on it. Nothing to stress over.
Hopefully not haha.
I guess I'll just cover the very key parts, thanks.
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Hopefully not haha.
I guess I'll just cover the very key parts, thanks.
GoodLuck !
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hey

im an as ocr biology student. can u giv me some help on ocr biology? like transport in plants and lung capacity
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I don't really remember too much but there are so many resources here on TSR, check this link http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/re...d_id%5B%5D=ocr
If you ask me a specific question I can probably help you though.
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