OCR F214 2016 paper predictions Watch

gracamole
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Hey guys ,
I was wondering if anyone had any predictions of what may be on the paper next thursday? And how prepared does everyone feel?
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I saw these predictions on a different StudentRoom thread - these aren't mine!

Excretion:
ornithine cycle
(possibly) cause of respiratory acidosis
detoxification
selective reabsorption

Photosynthesis:
experiments (most likely an application question)

Communication:
maintaining a resting potential
local currents
myelination (benefits)
adrenaline (use of first and second messengers)
control of heart rate

Respiration: coenzymes (used where)
oxidative phosphorylation & evidence for
anaerobic respiration
respiratory substrates
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Copied from other thread:

F214 - Topics that came up in 2015

Structure and how adaptations relate to functionality of chloroplasts
Limiting factors of photosynthesis
Adrenaline
Insulin secretion
Where reactions happen within the mitochondria
Anaerobic vs Aerobic respiration Dialysis
Motor Neurone structure vs Sensory Neurone structure
Homeostasis

F214 - What could come up this year:

Action potentials and depolarisation
Synapses
Ornithine cycle
Osmoregulation
General kidney function
1st/2nd messengers
Control of heart rate
Structure of liver lobules
Oxidative phosphorylation and respiration in general (as wasn't in last years exam)
Diabetes - causes of, treatments etc
The pancreas - glucose regulation with insulin and glucagon etc.
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