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So multiple choice questions:
what do animals have - cant remember the answers here but its not cell wall or amyloplasts
what do plants have - Amyloplast since bacteria have vacuoles
what do plants and animals have - smooth ER?

question for how much vitamin c man needs is 450

question for length of the cell was 5.75 um(micrometers)

question for devise an experiment for vitamin c was the DCPIP core prac

question for devise an experiment of plant extract was the bacteria + zone of inhibition core prac
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i think you can write 0.000575 cm instead of 5.75 micrometres as they did not mention what units specifically
also i think the answer for plants have is vacuole as bacteria do not have cell sap which is in the vacuole
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So multiple choice questions:
what do animals have - cant remember the answers here but its not cell wall or amyloplasts
what do plants have - Amyloplast since bacteria have vacuoles
what do plants and animals have - smooth ER?

question for how much vitamin c man needs is 450

question for length of the cell was 5.75 um(micrometers)

question for devise an experiment for vitamin c was the DCPIP core prac

question for devise an experiment of plant extract was the bacteria + zone of inhibition core prac
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what did you guys write for: what is the role of thrombosis in blood clotting and the gene mutation question?
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Thrombosis speeds up reaction of fibrinogen to fibrin - fibrin and platelets join together and visit the site of damage - to reduce blood loss and to increase blood clot.
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what did you guys write for: what is the role of thrombosis in blood clotting and the gene mutation question?
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The questions about DNA analysis ....

-Extract DNA from a tissue sample
-Create fragments via restriction enzymes
- Separate via PCR
- Transfer to more resilient form via southern blotting
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Question about what happens to a body 1 week after composition.....

- cooling of the body (following sigmoid curve)
- rigor Mortis due to lack of ATP produced
- Autolysis begins due to the bodies own digestive enzymes
- greenish discolouration results from putrefaction, followed by gass and liquid blisters

Nothing about insect succession will be valid I think because it was talking about internal processes
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How did everyone find this paper overall ????
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Wht did people get for comparing the cellulose and other thing (i dont remember what it was being compared to)
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It was being compared to Chitin

- Both Chitin and cellulose are polymers of B-glucose
- Both are straight chained with 1,4 glycosidic links
- In both cellulose and Chitin, every other molecule is inverted/flipped

there are probably some others to
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Wht did people get for comparing the cellulose and other thing (i dont remember what it was being compared to)
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wooooo I wrote similar:

beta glucose monomer - both are polysaccharides
both have every other molecule inverted
both have glycosidic bond - hope I get the mark cos didn't say 1,4
chitin has that weird group replacing the OH group on carbon 1

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It was being compared to Chitin

- Both Chitin and cellulose are polymers of B-glucose
- Both are straight chained with 1,4 glycosidic links
- In both cellulose and Chitin, every other molecule is inverted/flipped

there are probably some others to
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Is this for biology A or B???
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Edexcel spec A - SNAB
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Is this for biology A or B???
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Oh tnQ, i took bio B paper1 yesterday and for a sec I was freaked out cause I couldn’t remember any of these things being in the paper
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Edexcel spec A - SNAB
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what did you put for vit c validity qs? I put one statement is correct
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Oh tnQ, i took bio B paper1 yesterday and for a sec I was freaked out cause I couldn’t remember any of these things being in the paper
ahahaha fear not! no worries! how was the spec b paper? hope it went well!
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Think that weird group is an amine group
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wooooo I wrote similar:

beta glucose monomer - both are polysaccharides
both have every other molecule inverted
both have glycosidic bond - hope I get the mark cos didn't say 1,4
chitin has that weird group replacing the OH group on carbon 1
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ah man I clearly didn't look at it close enough but I wrote OH group has been replaced so should hope id get the mark there
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Think that weird group is an amine group
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What did you guys put for the 6 markers? Timing defo let me down on them!

Also Question 1 effect of CO2 on plant growth I think it was a 3 marker! What did everyone put for that?
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ooo thankss
(Original post by t_russ)
It was being compared to Chitin

- Both Chitin and cellulose are polymers of B-glucose
- Both are straight chained with 1,4 glycosidic links
- In both cellulose and Chitin, every other molecule is inverted/flipped

there are probably some others to
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