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The correct answers to this question are glucose and starch. The primary function of glucose is to create energy. It is stored in the body as glycogen. This energy is necessary for the cells to carry out their biological and metabolic functions. They also help the cells and blood flow during...Read More

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C is the answer to this. The urine sample is showing signs of triple phosphate. There are different reasons why this may appear in the urine. This may happen when a person has ingested certain types of food. There are also instances when this will show that the person is suffering from a...Read More

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The answer to this is 5.93mM. It can sometimes be challenging to compute for this when you do not know the proper method to use. This is always the first step. Select the best method that you think will be most effective in computing for the protein. Some of the possible methods are the B...Read More

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What about phospholipids? They are still lipids but contain phosphorus

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It is unfolding of protein structure including secondary, teritary and quaternar strctures except the primary one due to presen of strong peptide (covalent) bond.

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The correct answer to this question is D, Increase the temperature by 10 C. At first, when a substrate concentration increases, so will the rate of the enzyme-catalyzed reaction, when substrate saturates the enzyme molecules, an increase in the reaction rate decreases. Enzyme-catalyzed...Read More

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It is conversion of pyruvate into lactate in absence of oxygen. the net energy is 2ATP and this step consumes 2NADH.H

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You didn't tell what´s the temperature of the environment of the reaction. If you increase the temperature by 10 C when the enzime already reached the optimal rate, the enzime will be denatured. The correct answer would be increase the amount of substrate.

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The food is digested and then absorbed in the stomach and intestine. The absorptive processes depends on the correct digestion of the food and the optimum functioning of the organs with their secretions as well as the mucosal surface for absorption. If any of these critical process...Read More

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