Explain how your results would have been affected if the electrophoretic separation was carried out at pH 10.5. Table 1-1. Properties of the Proteins Used in this Exercise Isoelectric Point Net Change at pH 8.6 Protein Color 10.2 Cytochrome C Orange Positive Negative 7.2 Myoglobin Brown-red Red 6.8 Negative Hemoglobin 4.8 Serum Albumin* Blue Very negative *Bromophenol blue has been added to t
What is the molecular basis for the differences in the electrophoretic mobilities of the four proteins analyzed in the exercise? Relate your answer to the isoelectric points of these proteins that are given in Table 1-1 please explain and please dont post the exact same previous answers. thank you in advcance Table 1-1. Properties of the Proteins Used in this Exercise Isoelectric Point Net C
To begin, please identify the three different classifications of burns. Next, please identify and describe in your own words how the surrounding tissues and underlying structures are affected by each class of burn. Finally, please post an image that illustrates each class of burn to further support your analysis.
Controlling Medicare spending is a difficult task. Even if provider reimbursement rates are reduced, physicians and hospitals may increase volume and intensity of services to make up for lost revenue. The ACA included a number of pilot programs and demonstration projects to experiment with reforming the way health care is financed and delivered, and MACRA increased the incentives for physicians to
I need an example of two lines of evidence for evolution and an explanation for how they support evolution. Specifically, biochemistry and direct observation (lab and field studies) Also, how is molecular data used to make a cladogram
31. Include the ecleotide bases thymine, uracil and cytosine 32. process of bailding the polypeptide chain 33. sugar in an RNA eucleotide Naclek Ackd: WHie DNA, mRNA, rRNA or RNA oem to each descripcion. The starred ()questions will have more than one answer. 34. Contain instructions for protein butlding 35. Forms genes 36. Makes up the site of protein synthesis 37. Determines the order of am
ainenogmoo t Exercise 4. Translation is the process of translating the sequence.of a messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule to a sequence of amino acids during ptotcin synthesis The gietic code describes the relationship between the sequence of base pairs in a gene and the coresponding amino acid sequence that it encodes. In the cell cytoplasm, the ribosome reads the sequence of the mRNA in groups
41. Bacteria undergo asexual reproduction: consequently, they are not afforded the advantage of genetic variability provided among sexually reproducing organisms. However, bacteria can acquire genetic variability through other mechanisms. List three different ways bacterial are known to acquire new genetic material. List three methods involve the transfer of genetic materials and their defini
33. Organization and cooperation of sets of gene8 a. What is an operon? b. What are the basic segments of an operon? G.Briefly describe the two principle types of operons including the circumstances under which they are operational, respectively 34. What do you mean by "inducible operon"? and repressible operon. 35. Give an example of a "inducible operon" 36. Which is n
Question 1: The Human Genome Project (HGP). What is it? Explain in full detail what researchers are finding with their work. What does the future hold for the study of genes and crime? Question 2: Explain the policy implications of biological theories. What is the standard social science model (SSSM)? What are the results of analyzing numerous genetic studies? All questions must be answered fully,
Is it correct to assume that the promoter is always on the 3' end of the DNA strand? If the DNA strand given below is longer than the paper, where would the location of promoter be? Explain your answer. A. 3’ end B. 5’ end 3 S
Section B: True/False Questions 7 of 9 es Darwin presented verifiable evidence that supported the view that life aby spontaneous generation. TRUE FALSE 2) Discovery science has contributed much to our understanding of nature without most of the steps of the so-called scientific method. TRUE FALSE 3) Science requires that hypothesis be testable and falsifiable and that observations be repeatab
1) What is hypertrophy and hyperplasia. Provide an example of altered hypertrophy in animals. Hypertrophy : increase in cell number Hyperlasia: increase in cell size 46)Fill in the boxes: (4 pts) Energy flow chart
Imagine that you are a future explorer and during a space voyage your team identifies a planet that has conditions favorable for life. Your first samples are microscopic, but return some interesting results, including objects with regular shapes. How would you determine if these objects were alive? What properties would you require before you were willing to call it life?
what type of bond is used to form molecular oxygen? CO2?
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B) Colorblindness is inherited as a sex-linked recessive disease. An affected male marries a heterozygous female i)Draw a Punnett square of the possible offspring. ii)List the phenotypes and genotypes of the possible children.
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will rate Part III Chapter 5 Evolution can be observed directly, as in the famous example of natural selection and adaptation to drought in Darwin's finch populations on Daphne Major in the Galápagos archipelago. Answer the following questions, referring to these graphs: 90 Before the drought 1976 All Daphne birds N 751 60 30 8 10 11 12 13 14 7 12 After the drought 1978 Survivors N =90 6 13 7 8
1. Hemophilia is an X-linked recessive disorder. A woman with a genetically normal mother and father with hemophilia marries a normal male. i) What are the possible phenotypes of their children? Show genotypic ratios. ii) Could any of their children have hemophilia? If so, would the child be male or female?
7 and 8 plz. will rate Part III Chapter 5 Evolution can be observed directly, as in the famous example of natural selection and adaptation to drought in Darwin's finch populations on Daphne Major in the Galápagos archipelago. Answer the following questions, referring to these graphs: 90 Before the drought 1976 All Daphne birds N 751 60 30 8 10 11 12 13 14 7 12 After the drought 1978 Survivors N
6 plz. Will rate Part III Chapter 5 Evolution can be observed directly adaptation to drought in Darwin's finch populations on Daphne Major in the Galápagos archipelago. Answer the following questions, referring to these graphs: as in the famous example of natural selection and 90 Before the drought 1976 All Daphne birds N= 751 60 30 6 10 12 13 14 7 11 12 T After the drought 1978 Survivors N 90 6
will rate 5. Population size is a very important measurement in population genetics they measured/estimated? a) What is the difference between N and Ne? How are Explain in your own words! b) Ne is often smaller than N for 5 reasons. In your own words, describe these reasons below
will rate 4. For a diploid species, assume one set of 100 demes, each with a constant size of 10 individuals, and another set of 100 demes, each with 100 individuals. a) If in each deme the frequencies of neutral alleles A1 and A2 are 0.2 and 0.8, respectively, what fraction of demes in each set is likely to become fixed for allele A versus A2? Show your work below b) Assume that a neutral mutati
Will rate 3. Linkage disequilibrium (LD) occurs when alleles at different loci are nonrandomly associated and are more ??? likely to be inherited together. But how do scientists identify LD? For this question, you will calculate D, the coefficient of linkage disequilibrium to test whether a set of SNPS is in linkage equilibrium or disequilibrium Suppose there are two variable sites (SNPS) on two
will rate 2. In the peppered moth (Biston betularia), black individuals may be either homozygous (A1A1) or heterozygous (A1A2), whereas pale gray moths are only homozygous (A2A2) Suppose that in a sample of 250 moths from one locality, 108 are black and 142 are gray a) Which allele is dominant? b) Assuming that the locus is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, what are the allele frequencies? Show your
WIll rate Part I - Chapter 4 1. In an electrophoretic study of enzyme variation in a species ofpelican, you find 77 A1A1, 45 A1A2, and 18 A2A2 individuals at a particular locus in a sample of 140. What are the allele frequencies for the A1 and A2 alleles? Calculate the genotype frequencies for this locus. A1A2 Genotypes Number of A1A1 A2A2 77 45 18 individuals Genotype frequencies Frequency of A1
55. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a form of inorganic carbon. Why are organic compounds considered to be reduced? A. They may contain a large number of C-C bonds B. They may contain a large number of C-H bonds C. Cand H share electrons given their similar electronegativity values D. All of the above None of the above E.
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hello, i need an explanation 32,32d, What are hydrogen bonds? Attetn bt w A. What elements can be involved in forming hydrogen bohds? (Hint: check the groups on the right of the B. periodic table) H No F if hydrogen bonds are so weak (5-7 kcal/mol or 21-29 kJ/mol), how can it be explained that protein structures largely depend on them? (Hint: the two strands of the DNA helix are also stabili