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March 2013

GCSE Biology
5BI1H/01

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Question
Number

Answer

Acceptable answers

1a(i)

A – nucleus (1)

A – cell body

B – myelin (sheath) (1)

B – Schwann cell / fatty layer

Mark

(3)

C – axon (1)
Question
Number

Answer

1a(ii)

C - effectors

Question
Number

Answer

Acceptable answers

(67 + 60+ 62) = 189 (1)

Two marks for correct bald
answer

1b(i)...

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