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    Anyone know what the question to the pressures MSQ was? The lymph, tissue fluid, aorta and vena cava one? I think i did, High, Low, High, Low..
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    (Original post by Hmb28)
    Answer should have been Cl- for amylase ( left side ). And Zn+2 for the cofactorsi- if you hadn't read the specification you wouldn't have known. Really :/
    Ahh ****
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    (Original post by Mia66)
    I forgot what letter it was but it was the one with no ticks for the biuret test
    Yeahhhh got that too


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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    Yep, what was the respiring tissues one again? and bohr effect apparently!
    I wrote Bohr shift for that one too
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    (Original post by nadeu01)
    Anyone know what the question to the pressures MSQ was? The lymph, tissue fluid, aorta and vena cava one? I think i did, High, Low, High, Low..
    I got high, low, low, low
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    (Original post by MrDogg)
    yep!
    Is that the disulfide links..😫
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    (Original post by nadeu01)
    *sigh* when u write bohr and then cross it out and write conformational cuz it said change in the question *sigh*
    :console:
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    (Original post by anna096)
    I thought you just had to match one letter up to each!!
    Sames i got A and D.. Dk which one was which tho
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    (Original post by xsrajabx)
    Yeahhhh got that too


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    We might have got that wrong because amylase is an enzyme(protein)
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    (Original post by Simbak6)
    I got high, low, low, low
    *****T😩
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    (Original post by nadeu01)
    Anyone know what the question to the pressures MSQ was? The lymph, tissue fluid, aorta and vena cava one? I think i did, High, Low, High, Low..
    I put high low low low
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    (Original post by nadeu01)
    Anyone know what the question to the pressures MSQ was? The lymph, tissue fluid, aorta and vena cava one? I think i did, High, Low, High, Low..
    thats what i put too
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    (Original post by xsrajabx)
    Yeahhhhh


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    YESSS
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    (Original post by cordeliaheath_)
    thats what i put too
    Dude👌
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    (Original post by indrx__)
    What did people get for the MSQ with a table of two different fields and the possible answers were about Simpsons index, species evenness and species richness? I think I guessed Simpsons index was greater in field G but it didn't make sense to me as a thought simpsons index was a measure of diversity?!
    I did Simpson's index was higher in Field G too. I'm sure the species richness is the same because of the same number of species for both Field G and H, and species evenness was lower in Field H?
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    IT was kinda easy i can't lie :/ i finished in the first 50 mins and was just sitting there bored as hell lol. i know i lost quite a bit of marks but i'm confident in getting an A. Can someone tell me the predicted raw marks for 100 ums on the c2 edexcel paper?
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    (Original post by Hmb28)
    Answer should have been Cl- for amylase ( left side ). And Zn+2 for the cofactors- if you hadn't read the specification you wouldn't have known. Really :/
    Pretty sure you would know from GCSE Chemistry though?
    It's also in the Pearson textbook I believe
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    (Original post by nadeu01)
    Sames i got A and D.. Dk which one was which tho
    the first one was C because it was asking for proof that it is an active process and this one mentioned drugs that inhibit respiration.
    then the second was ADF or something like that cant remember.
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    (Original post by FailedMyMocks)
    I wrote same as you. Ex Situ..
    I failed my mocks too...

    just checked my bio book, cgp one, page 253-4.
    in situ conservation means conservation on site - it involves protecting species in their natural habitat. e.g.:
    * Establishing protected areas such as national parks and wildlife reserves (aka nature reserves) - habitats and species are protected in these areas by restricting urban development, industrial development blah blah blah.

    okay I'm so confused.
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    (Original post by OddFuturez)
    At this rate I may need to get 80% on the depth paper lol?!
    Bro i feel u, im sittin here like👀
 
 
 
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