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Hey guys, anyone have any predications on what might come up on the f211 paper tomorrow?
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Hey guys, anyone have any predications on what might come up on the f211 paper tomorrow?
Naaah no predictions could never have guessed about ameoba and moss and a s*** diagram of the heart. Sound gr8 cool thanks ocr!!!! absolute ****!!!!!! DIE DIE DIE
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Naaah no predictions could never have guessed about ameoba and moss and a s*** diagram of the heart. Sound gr8 cool thanks ocr!!!! absolute ****!!!!!! DIE DIE DIE
you said what we were all thinking

now:Can anyone tell me what the hell a dicotyledonous plant is? and also; What having no vascular tissue can do to the growth of moss? No, because we have never learnt that s*** and I'm pretty sure it can't be on the spec? If it was then clearly no one had been taught it right.
that exam was terrible, more so than last year and that's saying something.
I failed again
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you said what we were all thinking

now:Can anyone tell me what the hell a dicotyledonous plant is? and also; What having no vascular tissue can do to the growth of moss? No, because we have never learnt that s*** and I'm pretty sure it can't be on the spec? If it was then clearly no one had been taught it right.
that exam was terrible, more so than last year and that's saying something.
I failed again

I'm pretty sure the vascular tissue has something to do with meristem cells in the plant, if there was no vascular tissue then there could be no specialised tissues in the plant like xylem or phloem which is why it doesnt grow, I'm not sure if it was right haha, what letters did you match with the statements in the heart question?
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you said what we were all thinking

now:Can anyone tell me what the hell a dicotyledonous plant is? and also; What having no vascular tissue can do to the growth of moss? No, because we have never learnt that s*** and I'm pretty sure it can't be on the spec? If it was then clearly no one had been taught it right.
that exam was terrible, more so than last year and that's saying something.
I failed again
I said something about the moss only being able to grow as far as diffusion would allow... I feel like i've definitely failed again
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I wrote down something like that there's no vascular tissue, therefore no stem cells, therefore no mitosis which means growth is limited
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What was the answers for the very last question? I put K- right ventricle, L- septum and M- right ventricular wall
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