The chain moves from the 5' - 3' direction caused by the use of GTP and several protein-enzyme complexes. As the polypeptide chain is produced the t-RNA move from site A to site P, and then are released into the cytoplasm. The polypeptide chain continues to grow, and is held to the ribosome by the t-RNA at the P site.
Determine the probability that iv-1 will have blood type a? blood type b? blood type o? and blood type ab?
The pronunciation for anatomic structure referring to largest portion of the brain, divided into left and right hemispheres is
Examples of good management to maintain or restore the balance of nature are: A. duplicate natural processes of the environment.
B. adjust living things to the environment.
C. introduce new substances or species if another alternative is suitable.
D. make decisions on biology, ecology, and environmental conditions.
E. use resources available.
Use resources available
Two steel balls that are the same mass and size are rolled with the same force across different level surfaces. The ball rolling across carpet will come to a stop faster than the one rolling across concrete because of
A) air resistance.
The reason why the ball rolling across carpet will come to a stop faster than the one rolling across concrete is the friction (option B).
The contact surface on which the balls move is different. Irregularities in the carpet cause the ball in it to stop faster. The concrete surface is less irregular, and allows the ball to move a little more and then stop. This is due to friction.
In physics, friction is a force that is capable of opposing movement, since the contact of two surfaces limits its movement. A smooth surface produces less friction than a rough or irregular surface.
Since the friction that stops both balls occurs when they are in motion, it is called dynamic friction, that is, the force that causes a moving body to stop.
Answer:For usa test prep im pretty sure it is friction
An allergic reaction to certain types of natural unprocessed foods such as peanuts is caused by
Exposure to UV rays can cause
If you wished to control chronic high blood pressure in a person, which hormones should you block? Assume that this individual exhibits no signs of emotional stress.
The prime three hormones that play the primary role in hypertension are cortisol, angiotensin II and aldosterone. Cortisol is also termed as the stress hormone, however, in the given case the individual shows no sign of emotional stress. As cortisol is produced mainly at the time of stress, therefore, blocking the hormone would not be a point.
Angiotensin II possesses the tendency to constrict the blood vessels, and thus, enhances the blood pressure, and at the same time instigates the generation of aldosterone. Aldosterone leads to the recaptivation of sodium in the distal convoluted tubule. This enhanced reabsorption of sodium is succeeded by chloride and water, which further increases blood pressure.
Thus, blocking angiotensin II and aldosterone may play a significant role in monitoring blood pressure.
cellular respiration occurs in which three stages? light reaction, dark reaction, atp production glycolysis, krebs cycle, electron transport aerobic, mitochondria, atp production dark reaction, light reaction, dna production
The correct answer would be glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport.
Cellular respiration refers to the set of the chemical reaction taking place in a cell in order to convert the chemical energy of the food into adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
These chemical reactions can be majorly divided into three stages:
1. Glycolysis: It takes place in the cytoplasm of the cell. It converts one molecule of glucose (6C) into two molecules of pyruvate (3C) with a net gain of 2 ATP molecules and 2 NADH molecules.
The pyruvate is then transported into the mitochondria where rest of the reactions take place.
2. The pyruvate is converted into acetyl Co-A which then enters the Krebs cycle. The cycle undergoes two round to utilize 2 acetyl Co-A and produces 4 CO₂. It also produces 6 NADH, 2 FADH₂, and 2 ATP.
3 All the NADH and FADH₂ produced undergo electron transport chain and produces ATP with the help of oxidative phosphorylation.
What are three examples of unicellular?
Bacteria, prokaryotic, and algae.....Hope this helps
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