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    That was an OK paper, not as hard as I thought it would be. What did people get for that Kb question. I got 164706? (something like that)
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Condensation reaction and water I think
    See I thought that was it but it wouldn't make much sense?


    Edit: for the W I put the sucrose solution which had diffused in, I saw a similar question in a past paper so I presumed the answer would be the same. For the maths questions I also got 164xxxx something for the kb question, 28% for the base question thing, 6600% for the percentage increase and 1005 for the oxygen carrying one. What did people put for the last page 4 marker with the descriptions of translocation and then the letters that you had to put in correctly?? I really struggled with that one because half of them didn't seem to fit
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Condensation reaction and water I think
    I put water originally but then thought that it wasnt a chemical so I went with hydrogen :/
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Lmao was it polynucleotide? I was thinking polypeptide throughout answering that and thankfully it's the same process; was there anything on that question more than the water/reaction type that I might have had some problems with in my confusion?
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    (Original post by 4nonymous)
    That was an OK paper, not as hard as I thought it would be. What did people get for that Kb question. I got 164706? (something like that)
    Same
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    (Original post by 4nonymous)
    That was an OK paper, not as hard as I thought it would be. What did people get for that Kb question. I got 164706? (something like that)
    Yah same I got 16406 or something like that. What are the grade boundaries going to be like, does anyone know?
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    (Original post by DoubleDoors)
    Lmao was it polynucleotide? I was thinking polypeptide throughout answering that and thankfully it's the same process; was there anything on that question more than the water/reaction type that I might have had some problems with in my confusion?
    Maybe I misread but the process is the same
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    (Original post by haes)
    What were your answers for the last question about phloem sap?
    Basically translocation up to the point where water comes in and create osmotic pressure.

    I said it mixes in with the sugar creating sap and then said how since it was in the phloem the sap is called Phloem sap


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    I put condensation reaction n water
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    (Original post by haes)
    What were your answers for the last question about phloem sap?
    I discussed:
    -active loading of phloem into sieve tube elements.
    -water potential of sieve tube goes down; therefore water moves in by osmosis.
    - => high pressure at source; low pressure at sink
    - water moves from source to sink down a pressure gradient
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    Guys what did you put for the name questions.

    Also for the table about the Rhino were we meant to put Animalia for kingdom or Eukaryotae?
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    (Original post by haes)
    What were your answers for the last question about phloem sap?
    I wrote about the difference in hydrostatic pressure between the source and sink, so the sap moves down the pressure gradient. I'm pretty sure that sucrose moving into the phloem at the source decreases the water potential, so net osmosis is into the phloem and the hydrostatic pressure increases. Then at the sink, sucrose moves into the surrounding tissues, water potential decreases and hydrostatic pressure decreases too, creating a pressure gradient, etc. etc.
    Don't know if that's right, though It's probably not tbh
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Guys what did you put for the name questions.

    Also for the table about the Rhino were we meant to put Animalia for kingdom or Eukaryotae?
    Animalia

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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Guys what did you put for the name questions.

    Also for the table about the Rhino were we meant to put Animalia for kingdom or Eukaryotae?
    Eukaryotae is a domain. You were right with Animalia.
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    What did people get for the last question with the letters. I put C for the first one then A,D,F for the second but I probably got it wrong OOPS
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    What did people do for the question about malaria and viruses in relation to erythrocytes, I said viruses dont need to respire so they dont use the oxygen in the red blood cells, whereas protoctistas do respire? Not sure if right though
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    Whatt did you guys get for the SA:Vol MCQ?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    Guys what did you put for the name questions.

    Also for the table about the Rhino were we meant to put Animalia for kingdom or Eukaryotae?
    I'm not sure what you're talking bout for the first one but second is Animalia. (Eukaryote is a domain)


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    (Original post by TH3-FL45H)
    Didnt even know tonoplast was a thing lol. I just put it was a vacuole

    X-cell wall
    Y-plasma membrane
    Z-vacuole

    W-air (had no idea)

    Oh what did you put for ytour maths questions? Word on the street is that you're good at maths
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    (Original post by MattLS)
    What did people do for the question about malaria and viruses in relation to erythrocytes, I said viruses dont need to respire so they dont use the oxygen in the red blood cells, whereas protoctistas do respire? Not sure if right though
    Umm so erythocytes dont have a nucleus, viruses need a nucleus in order to divide??
 
 
 
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