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    (Original post by torilee)
    That's a good point, although that other label might have been pointing at the cell sap?
    the answer was tonoplast
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    This is so frustrating I don't think I got into year 13 at this rate I've screwed it all up! I wanted to do genetics at uni but NO this exam will screw it all up aoishf;weoht;awoitaw;otslgn\seli uthlkjnt
    This is exactly how I feel right now, I want to do biomedical science at uni
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    (Original post by Jitesh)
    Oh that sounds right actually!
    My mistake!!
    I hope it was right!! I saw a similar question in a past paper before and I don't think I'd forgive myself for getting it wrong twice
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    How did y'all do the maths question for guanine to get your answer. I did 100%-(the value given) and then divided by three (for the other three bases). Was that right?
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    Unofficial mark scheme anybody please?
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    (Original post by hashman)
    the answer was tonoplast
    If that turns out to be the answer I'm sueing CGP for not putting that in their text book
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    (Original post by mali473)
    Tell me about it. I revised so so hard but my answers are completely different :/
    Cmon! Be optimistic, it was such an easy test I had so much time at the end and I didn't get stuck one bit! Also, did you actually revise so so hard or did you just cram the day before? hmmm :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    If that turns out to be the answer I'm sueing CGP for not putting that in their text book
    hahahahha XD
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    If that turns out to be the answer I'm sueing CGP for not putting that in their text book
    Yes! I never saw it in the spec or cgp, so didn't learn it. FOR GOODNESS SAKE
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    What did you guys write about the question about the root and the low water potential soil?

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    (Original post by hafsa473)
    Cmon! Be optimistic, it was such an easy test I had so much time at the end and I didn't get stuck one bit! Also, did you actually revise so so hard or did you just cram the day before? hmmm :rolleyes:
    are you srs???? ' such an easy test'
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    (Original post by ImagineCats)
    If that turns out to be the answer I'm sueing CGP for not putting that in their text book
    At the start of the book there should some small print that says that not everything is covered in their books
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    (Original post by bhavik-)
    How did y'all do the maths question for guanine to get your answer. I did 100%-(the value given) and then divided by three (for the other three bases). Was that right?
    I did 22x2 which was 44 and then 100-44 which was 56 and then divided that by 2 to get 28%
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    (Original post by Tarlius)
    Unofficial mark scheme anybody please?
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4121435

    working one here fam
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    (Original post by bhavik-)
    How did y'all do the maths question for guanine to get your answer. I did 100%-(the value given) and then divided by three (for the other three bases). Was that right?
    No they said there was 22% of adenine meaning there is 22% of thymine.

    Therefore c and g = 56/2 = 28%
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    (Original post by fteam)
    x=cell wall
    The question about the conservation when asking about small groups were isolated advantages where:
    if a disease arise will not wipe out whole population
    isolated therefore protected from predators and human hunted rhinos.
    Advantages????????????????/ Didn't it ask why separating into small groups would make them more endangered/at risk??????????????????
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    (Original post by DaVinciGirl)
    What did you guys write about the question about the root and the low water potential soil?

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    I put that the root hair cells would have a lower water potential.
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    So we're the first year of this spec AND it was pretty hard and controversial here- surely that screams low boundaries? We say that every year yeah yeah but seriously this must mean somethingAlso- my textbook says HIV is direct transmission, but so many people are arguing over it being indirect! I put A for that one saying it was athletes foot thats both in/direct transmission aaaaaaaaaaah
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    (Original post by haes)
    Advantages????????????????/ Didn't it ask why separating into small groups would make them more endangered/at risk??????????????????
    Yeah that was the question

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    Did anyone put chloride shift as their answer 😳?
 
 
 
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