Results for: Inhibit

In Health

What is zone of inhibition?

It is the area on an agar plate where growth of a control organism is prevented by an antibiotic usually placed on the agar surface. If the test organism is susceptable to the (MORE)

What is feedback inhibition?

  A cellular control mechanism in which an enzyme that catalyzes the production of a particular substance in the cell is inhibited when that substance has accumulated to a (MORE)

What is inhibition of orgasm?

This is something that results in the persons inability to achieve orgasm. Some drugs have this as a side effect, wherein if you take that drug your ability to achieve orgasm, (MORE)
In Biology

How can enzymes be inhibited?

  Competitive inhibition:   Where an inhibitor, which has a similar molecular shape to the enzyme's substrate, competes with substrate to fit to the enzymes active site (MORE)

What is quadriceps inhibition?

Quadriceps inhibition is a fancy term given to the inability to fully activate the quadriceps for whatever reason, the idea being that the quadriceps is "inhibited" in some wa (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is irreversible inhibition?

  Irreversible inhibition refers to the inactivation of an enzyme by a tightly, typically covalent, bound inhibitor. The kinetics for irreversible inhibition do not follow (MORE)
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What is a starter inhibitator?

It interrupts the starter circuit so the device does not start. It may be as simple as a relay that stops the solenoid from activating.
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