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Rank the "free energy of oxidation" of these molecules from the lowest to the highest:
a. Lactic acid
b. 2-Methylpropionic acid
c. Propionic acid
d. Pyruvic acid
For example, photosynthesis in plants requires an energy _ to turn carbon dioxide and water into sugar because there is a _ in entropy
Which interactions do you think would be impacted if a protein was placed in very salty sea water? Why?
what is the difference between the cell of a prokaryote and a single cell of a eukaryote
1)which compound drug would be most dangerous for patients with symptoms of asthma?
2) which compound drug would be safest for asthmatic heart patients?

Drug compound 1: Weak alpha antagonist, weak Beta 1 antagonist and Weak Beta 2 agonist.
Drug Compound 2: Strong Alpha antagonist, Weak B1 agonist and Weak B2 antagonist .
Drug compound 3: Strong a agonist, strong B1 antagonist and strong B2 antagonist.
Why is it necessary to convert the oxygen consumed by the rats during the experiment (the mL O2 column in your data table) to a rate of oxygen consumed per kilogram per hour? In other words, why can’t you use the data in the mL O2 column to answer the questions?
why are all enzymes are protein molecules?
The following data about a protein sequence was collected. You know that the peptide is 37
amino acids long.
1) cleavage with CNBr (using the single letter amino acid code):
M1: I-P-G-W-V-M M2: S-K-K-G-G-N-I-P-M
M3: D-F-P-T-G-K-E-S-G-D-F-L
2) Cleavage with trypsin:
T1: S-K T2: E-S-G-D-F-L-A-I-D-L-G
T3: G-G-N-I-P-M-I-P-G-W-V-M-D
3) cleavage with chymotrypsin:
C1: L-A-I-D-L-G-G-T-N-L-R C2: S-K-K-G-G-N-I-P-M-I-P-G-W
C3: V-M-D-F-P-T-G-K-E-S-G-D-F
4) cleavage with Endopeptidase Asp-N (“Endo Asp”):
EA1: D-F-P-T-G-K-E-S-G EA2: S-K-K-G-G-N-I-P-M-I-P
EA3: D-F-L-A-I- EA4: D-L-G-G-T-N-L-R
How was this data generated? You can show this in a flow chart.
as cells divide in the growth phase of the organism it is necessary for each cell to receive a copy of the genetic information. this process is called DNA replication. develop an analogy of this process that is as complete as you make it. in your analogy you should include counterparts to the template strand the newly made strand the parts needed to construct the new strand and the enzyme DNA polymerase that oversees the replication.
If you isolated a novel compound from in the lab that irreversibly to the target,but gets rejected by medical board, what are the reasons?