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I have now done:
Population – Diseases, disorders and evolution
Module 5: Heredity – Working scientifically
Module 5: Heredity – Extended Response 1
Module 5: Heredity – Extended Response 2


This concludes module 5 in one day. Suck it Hiva.

I will be going outside for another revision walk, as my phone is charged again.
 

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I have now done:
Population – Diseases, disorders and evolution
Module 5: Heredity – Working scientifically
Module 5: Heredity – Extended Response 1
Module 5: Heredity – Extended Response 2


This concludes module 5 in one day. Suck it Hiva.

I will be going outside for another revision walk, as my phone is charged again.
Good work.
 

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I have finished another podcast while walking for another hour and 7 minutes.
In total, I did 12528 steps.
Just a typical day ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
 

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I have now done:
What causes mutations?
Types of mutation
Location, location, location (part 1)
Location, location, location (part 2)
Causes of genetic variation


I will stop studying biology for the day, as it has been 11 hours and it's 7PM.
I'll be using the next hour to reward myself while preparing to sleep.
See you all later, bye!
 

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The gene pool
What is biotechnology good for?

I also did two podcasts today. Unfortunately, I lost time while getting my first covid vaccine shot, and I did procrastinate because of me looking for new books to read in psychology (and I've been relaxing since Sunday is a day of rest for the most part).
That's all I did today. Tomorrow, I should be able to complete edrolo hopefully at last.
I don't have the time to be indulging in other subjects anymore, only biology.
 

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That does not sound like a very good idea for your ATAR to only be studying biology...
 

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The gene pool
What is biotechnology good for?

I also did two podcasts today. Unfortunately, I lost time while getting my first covid vaccine shot, and I did procrastinate because of me looking for new books to read in psychology (and I've been relaxing since Sunday is a day of rest for the most part).
That's all I did today. Tomorrow, I should be able to complete edrolo hopefully at last.
I don't have the time to be indulging in other subjects anymore, only biology.
is edrolo on spotify ?? what playlist is this btw
 

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That does not sound like a very good idea for your ATAR to only be studying biology...
I don't care about ATAR, I want knowledge. (I already got early entry, so I'm set)
 

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Biotechnology and society
Reproductive technologies
Cloning
Genetic engineering
Biotechnology – Industry and work
Biotechnology and genetic diversity in agriculture
Interpreting secondary sources
Classification of pathogens
Epidemics
Koch and Pasteur
Diseases that impact on agricultural production
Pathogen adaptations
Plant responses to pathogens
Animal responses to viral pathogens
Innate and adaptive immune system
Innate and acquired immunity
Limiting and preventing the spread of infectious diseases (Part 1)
Limiting and preventing the spread of infectious diseases (Part 2)
 
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Lol jokes on you Blank isn't going to university, he's speedrunning human life Any% Route No Glitches - trying to become the first conqueror of the universe. We're just side characters in his conquest for immortality
 
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Quarantine methods used in epidemics and pandemics
Incidence of infectious diseases
History of disease control
Contemporary application of Aboriginal protocols - End of module 7


START OF MODULE 8
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Homeostasis
Homeothermy
Regulatory adaptations
Genetic diseases
Other causes of non-infectious disease
The incidence of disease – Representation of data
 

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Lol jokes on you Blank isn't going to university, he's speedrunning human life Any% Route No Glitches - trying to become the first conqueror of the universe. We're just side characters in his conquest for immortality
I don't like the idea of being the only 'playable character' or only 'protagonist'. I like the idea of being one, don't get me wrong, but it's impossible to reach my claims alone. Don't think of yourself as a side character, join me.
 

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The incidence of disease – Analysis of data
Treatment of lung cancer
An epidemiological study – Skin cancer
Prevention of non-infectious diseases
Common disorders
Assistive technologies for common disorders
Effectiveness of assistive technologies


And thus, ends module 8, as well as Edrolo!
Now I'll be doing practice exams.
- Starting tomorrow
 

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I've notices that I'm fine with multiple-choice, but short answer questions are explained in too much detail on my behalf. For example, I don't need to explain proto-oncogenes for apoptosis if I'm only talking about DNA replication, not Cell Replication or the Cell Cycle.
edit: I'm treating a 4 mark question as though it's an 8 mark question.
 

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I've notices that I'm fine with multiple-choice, but short answer questions are explained in too much detail on my behalf. For example, I don't need to explain proto-oncogenes for apoptosis if I'm only talking about DNA replication, not Cell Replication or the Cell Cycle.
edit: I'm treating a 4 mark question as though it's an 8 mark question.
what question was this specifically?

but honestly, I can relate. The only hard thing about Bio for me is being concise and ensuring my answers fit within the space they give because i always go overboard and write more than needed loll.
Advice? @Hivaclibtibcharkwa
 

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what question was this specifically?

but honestly, I can relate. The only hard thing about Bio for me is being concise and ensuring my answers fit within the space they give because i always go overboard and write more than needed loll.
Advice? @Hivaclibtibcharkwa
The question was:
"Outline the major steps involved in DNA replication. - 4 marks"
 

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