Igcse Biology Cambridge Past Exam Exam Papers 2009 (2h) Manual

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Insight Trial Exam Paper 2009 Biology Written Examination
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Generally, snakes with larger ratio of body length to head size are less affected by cane toad toxin. The longer a snake, the smaller its head is compared to its overall body length. Given that the size of a snake’s head limits the size of its prey, a longer snake is less likely to eat a toad large enough to poison it. An evolutionary biologist hypothesised that the body shape (length) of snakes has evolved in response to exposure to cane toad toxin. She studied four species of snake found in Queensland .

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2009 Hsc Exam Paper Biology Ning
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What would be the most valid conclusion the student could draw from these results? (A) The change in pH was too small to be significant. (B) The water became less acidic as the amount of CO2 in the water increased. (C) The water became more acidic as the amount of CO2 in the water increased. (D) The change in pH might not be related to the CO2 being bubbled through the water. 13 Why do organ transplant patients need anti-rejection medication? (A) To minimise infection (B) To prevent T-lymphocyte growth (C.

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2009 Hsc Exam Paper - Biology
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What would be the most valid conclusion the student could draw from these results? (A) The change in pH was too small to be significant. (B) The water became less acidic as the amount of CO2 in the water increased. (C) The water became more acidic as the amount of CO2 in the water increased. (D) The change in pH might not be related to the CO2 being bubbled through the water. 13 Why do organ transplant patients need anti-rejection medication? (A) To minimise infection (B) To prevent T-lymphocyte growth (C.

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Igcse Biology Past Papers January 2012 Paper London
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Past Exams 2009 Paper Hillsboro Comprehensive High School
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