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Hi Sabrina,    I shall provide you with some clues to answer the questions yourself:   Anaerobic respiration does not require oxygen.    Photosynthesis and  Anaerobic respiration  occur in plants.   Krebs Cycle is the central...

Hi Michele,   I do not know what exact resources you wish to find: there are educational, research and patient resources. You may want to look up at this site and explore it further to find what you precisely need   www.mayo.edu/ctsa/   Hope this helps.

  Hi Aimee,   Hypertonic solution has a higher concentration of salt molecules than water molecules.   In contrast, hypotonic solution is just reverse; it has more water molecules than salt molecules.    Isotonic solution is balanced with...

L,   Ocean water is not acidic, it is very salty and therefore, it can neutralize acid such as carbonic acid.   Ocean serves as natural carbon sink, it can absorb and store carbon dioxide.   Hope this helps.   Dr. Naina B

It is based on the concentration gradient and the biological/metabolic need of the cell in question. It can remove substances that cell may not need or are toxic to cell above threshold level. It definitely helps in the intake of glucose, ATP and other ions necessary for proper cell function...

glycolysis (answer)

Glycolysis is the anaerobic catabolism of glucose in absence of oxygen.  It converts one molecule of glucose into two molecules of pyruvic acid and that generates two molecules of ATP (phosphate containing molecule) through substrate phosphorylation by pyruvate kinase and PGK, another kinase...

Hi  L,   Basic research implies to find and add information about basic knowledge. For instance, we know the structure of the cell at electron microscope level. However, if a company comes with live imager at EM level then it would give the information   about living...

You are right, it is solvent since it is dissolving the extract from leaves and making a solution.   I am not sure if it is two or multiple phases in the situation you describe. If the cup has not been disturbed and solution is not stirred then I think it is a gradient with concentrated...

    Hope I am getting this right, Ml is milliliter. 500mg/ml is 0.5g/ml. Therefore, for a 5.0g vial, add 10ml od diluent to make a 0.5g/ml or 500mg/ml.   Hope this helps.

It seems to me that there is something in your bird feeder (aroma or component) that is attracting honey bees. You may try using plain water and see if that helps. If it does then you would know for sure that something in your feed is attracting bees. They are usually attracted to sugar...