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Receptors Act as Transducers

Receptors Act as Transducers

Chemical Mechanical Electromagnetic Temperature Pain . Gustation, Olfaction, pH, oxygen Hearing, Balance, Position, Touch Vision, Electric, Magnetic. Receptors Act as Transducers . Receptors Act as Amplifiers .

By libitha
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Nutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition Diet The food and drink that we regularly choose to consume. Nutrition Eating foods that your body needs to grow, develop, and/or work properly. Nutrients The substances in foods that your body needs to grow. The 6 Major Nutrients: Carbohydrates Fats Protein Vitamins

By Ava
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Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria Section 19–1 This section describes two groups of prokaryotes and explains how they differ. It also explains what factors are used to identify prokaryotes. Introduction What are prokaryotes? They are single-celled organisms that lack a nucleus. Introduction

By emily
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Intro to DNA

Intro to DNA

Intro to DNA DNA = Deoxyribonucleic acid -double polymer of nucleotides -SS chromosomes contain 1 molecule of DNA (re: double polymer of nuc’s) -after DNA replication, a DS chromosome contains 2 complete polymers of DNA

By bernad
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What is DNA?

What is DNA?

What is DNA? Pages 110 - 117 DNA 3 What is DNA? A cell uses a code in its hereditary material . The code is inside a molecule called deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA . The DNA contains information for an organism’s characteristics, traits, growth and function. DNA 3 What is DNA?

By Gabriel
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Nutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition. Thinking Questions. Essential amino acids are found in eggs, milk and cheese. Grains also supply many needed amino acids. . Can a person be healthy if he or she chooses not to eat meat?. Can a person be healthy if he or she chooses not to eat meat?.

By medwin
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Peptides and Proteins

Peptides and Proteins

Peptides and Proteins. Classification (vague). Peptides have fewer than 50 amino acids Oligopeptides (di, tri-, tetra-, etc.) up to about 10 aa Polypeptides (longer chain of aa than an oligopeptide)

By richard_edik
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DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins. The shape of DNA. A DNA molecule is shaped like a spiral staircase and is composed of two parallel strands of linked subunits. The spiral shape of DNA is known as a double helix. Each strand of DNA is made up of linked subunits called nucleotides.

By RexAlvis
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SCIENCE 10 LIFE SCIENCE: GENETICS

SCIENCE 10 LIFE SCIENCE: GENETICS

SCIENCE 10 LIFE SCIENCE: GENETICS.  Genome British Columbia, 2004 www.genomicseducation.ca. I. How does the genetic code relate to the assembly of different proteins?. I. How does the genetic code relate to the assembly of different proteins?

By Angelica
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Special Note: Endothermic Reactions

Special Note: Endothermic Reactions

Special Note: Endothermic Reactions. As long as the total entropy is slightly positive, endothermic reactions will go forward Spontaneity is determined by the increase in the entropy of the system, NOT a decrease in the ENERGY (heat) of the system!. . Equilibrium.

By emily
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Digestion and absorption of proteins Protein enters the stomach and the low pH:

Digestion and absorption of proteins Protein enters the stomach and the low pH:

*** Amino acid: building block for protein, protein may contain a chain of several hundred amino acids Molecular weight of 2-3,000 Amino acids contain an acid group and an amine group Amino acids are bonded together by peptide bond

By Samuel
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Fingerprints

Fingerprints

Fingerprints. Summary. What are fingerprints? How are fingerprints analyzed? How are fingerprints collected?. Fingerprints. What are fingerprints?. Friction ridge skin pattern. Found on fingers, palms, toes, soles of feet. Composed of ridges (hills) and furrows (valleys). Black = Ridges

By paul2
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STRUCTURE OF CHROMATIN

STRUCTURE OF CHROMATIN

STRUCTURE OF CHROMATIN . Lindsey Suttle, Aaron Alejandro, Christine Nam and Aruna Iyer . BUILDING BLOCKS.

By salena
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TRIPLE SUGAR IRON AGAR

TRIPLE SUGAR IRON AGAR

TRIPLE SUGAR IRON AGAR. PREPARED. BY: GHASSAN ABU HAJJAJ. SUPERVISOR: DR. Abdelraouf A. Elmanama . INTRODUCTION:

By salena
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Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA. Large Organic Macromolecules. Proteins/ Enzymes. How are proteins & RNA/DNA related? Amino Acids. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQZQiEdOPJY. Amino Acids Legos of Chemical Biology.

By Pat_Xavi
(407 views)

Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science

Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science

Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science. The Digestive System. Enzymes. Enzymes are biological catalysts. They are natural substances, which speed up the breakdown of food substances and other materials. They work by combining with the substrate forming the enzymes – substrate complex .

By paul2
(263 views)

The Alimentary Canal

The Alimentary Canal

The Alimentary Canal. Standard Grade Biology. Can you sort out the statements into True and False?. Carbohydrates, proteins and fats are all made up of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Fats are made up of smaller units called amino acids. Starch is a large carbohydrate molecule.

By adamdaniel
(386 views)

PKU Disease

PKU Disease

PKU Disease. Stephanie Inskeep Junior Biochemistry Major Spring 2009. Background. Inherited disease Lack of the enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH) Catalyzes first step in the degradation of phenylalanine Phenylalanine transaminated to phenylpyruvate, a phenylketone compound

By Antony
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Chapter 3 Antigens

Chapter 3 Antigens

Chapter 3 Antigens. Substances which can be recognized by Ig of B cells (at F ab sites) and TCR’s of T cells (when accompanied by MHC) B and T cells also differ in the way they recognize Ag. Complementarity of Ag binding (Ab on left; Ag on right). Terminology:.

By ostinmannual
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Basic Molecular Biology

Basic Molecular Biology

Basic Molecular Biology. Many slides by Omkar Deshpande. Overview. Structures of biomolecules Central Dogma of Molecular Biology Overview of this course Computer scientists vs Biologists.

By paul
(219 views)

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