How to define chromosome
How to define chromosome
The potential deciding ions are from surrounding medium
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What is the effect of an enzyme on the equilibrium state of a biochemical reaction? Explain.
if the reaction proceeds past V0 what would be the equation that determines the rate of product (P) formation be
The delta G for above reaction A↔B is 24.5KJ/mole under standard conditions. at equilibrium a student adds and addition 4 moles of A and 2 moles of B this addition makes the reaction go which direction...
which phosphate containing molecules are utilize in glycolysis
The Y intercept is 0.01 uM/mon the Vmax is
A solution composed of 0.30 M glucose is consider isotonic to Jurkat cells (a T-cell line) at 250. If you wanted to make isotonic solution with NaCL instead what concentration of NaCL would...
find the branching
if delta G0 is 1.7 KJ/mole under standard condition what is K value? k=1 K>1, K<1, K=mc^2 or can not be estimated
This is a general overview of heme structure and binding, and its function within hemoglobin. I touch on the structure of...
Stereoisomers Written by tutor Kathie Z. Stereoisomers for Chemistry First look at the images below so that you connect the definitions of the different categories of stereoisomers with the following discussion: Source: Wikimedia Commons Isomer: two compounds with the same chemical formula Constitutional isomers: structural isomers (where one connection is located differently... read more
Has anyone performed an experiment demonstrating that protein synthesis can be performed starting from inorganic materials ? The assumption is one could perform a version of the Urey-Miller experiment...
Picture it: You're sitting in class and you keep hearing some stuff about phopsphodiester bonds... um... what? You know it forms links in the DNA deoxyribose backbone but... wait, what? If you have not had much chemistry start reading here; if you've taken organic chem feel free to skip ahead. Let's take it from the top. You always hear that all life is organic... Wait, Like Organic... read more
MY QUESTION IR RELATED TO BIOCHEMISTRY AND it WAS DISCUSSED IN THE ARTICLE "Unraveling the structural complexity in a single-stranded RNA tail: implications for efficient ligand binding in the...
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I was wondering whether the hydrophobic core is considered secondary structure? such as alpha helix and beta sheets
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