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    any predictions of what topics might come up in the B1 exam tomorrow?
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    Adaptations of animals and plants in desserts and the arctic? thats a guess tho
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    i feel evolution will come up because it didn't last year
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    CARBON CYCLE (One of the predictions as POSSIBLY being one the potential 6 markers, by a lady on YouTube) so here is what you need to know, it's simple really, just try to memorise it. It may or may not come up so up to you to learn it...

    Plants and algae carry out photosynthesis, removing CO2 from the atmosphere and storing the carbon as carbohydrates, fats and proteins.When plants respire, the carbon can be returned as CO2.Animals get their carbon by eating plants (or other animals). Some of the carbon is released as CO2 when animals respire.Animals release waste products. Microorganisms feed on this and respire, releasing CO2.When plants and animals die, microorganisms feed on their bodies and respire. The remaining carbon is released as CO2.Combustion of wood and fossil fuels release CO2 into the atmosphere.
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    I would say either drug testing or illegal drugs (ethics etc)
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    I'm reckoning the carbon cycle, drug trials, and maybe genetically modified foods. Good luck!
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    (Original post by saladays)
    CARBON CYCLE (One of the predictions as POSSIBLY being one the potential 6 markers, by a lady on YouTube) so here is what you need to know, it's simple really, just try to memorise it. It may or may not come up so up to you to learn it...

    Plants and algae carry out photosynthesis, removing CO2 from the atmosphere and storing the carbon as carbohydrates, fats and proteins.When plants respire, the carbon can be returned as CO2.Animals get their carbon by eating plants (or other animals). Some of the carbon is released as CO2 when animals respire.Animals release waste products. Microorganisms feed on this and respire, releasing CO2.When plants and animals die, microorganisms feed on their bodies and respire. The remaining carbon is released as CO2.Combustion of wood and fossil fuels release CO2 into the atmosphere.
    do u have any idea about decay?
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    good luck for the exam, remember to try your best and do not panic in the exam. Even if you think you have not done well, you could have actually aced the exam. GOOD LUCK!
 
 
 
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