Results for: Pathway

In The Bible

What is the ritualistic pathway?

IF U MEAN RITUALISTIC PATHWAY OR CHRISTIANS THEN MY ANSWER WOULD BE. LIKE A PERSON WHO IS REGULAR IN EVERYTHING WHICH EVERY OTHER MEMBER OF CONGREGATION DO BUT HE LACKS SOMET (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

What is a fermentation pathway?

A fermentation pathway is one of the paths that cellular respiration can take. Cellular respiration that uses oxygen is aerobic and thus completely breaks down glucose using t (MORE)
In Genetics

What is the metabolic pathway?

If, we burn glucose, for example, we get carbon bi oxide,water and energy. We cannot do this in biology as cell will burn away. So, we burn glucose, step by step, with a serie (MORE)
In Microbiology

What is a metabolic pathway?

\nReally the "metabolic pathway" is usually referred to as Cellular Respiration. This is the process by which a cell breaks down macromolecules in order to produce energy. In (MORE)
In Science

Pathway of glucose?

Glucose is broken down in the first stage of respiration- glycolysis where it is phosphorylated by a molecule of ATP to form 1-6 glucose phosphate. It is then isomerised ti
In Science

What is a pathway for a current?

Any path that will allow charge to move. Usually it means a good conductor like copper or other metals.
In Chemistry

What is an catabolic pathway?

The catabolic pathway is a series of chemical reactions through which foodstuffs are oxidized to yield energy in the form of ATP; they common catabolic pathway consists of (1) (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What are the pathways of air?

mouth - nasal cavity - nasopharynx -oropharynx - larynopharynx - larynx - trachea - bronchi - bronchioles - alveoli by Mark Argieron T.Fortin of II-cayley
In Uncategorized

What is a metabollic pathway?

Metabolic pathways are series of chemical reactions occurring within a cell. In each pathway, a principal chemical is modified by a series of chemical reactions. Enzymes cata (MORE)
In Lungs

What is the pathway into the lungs?

When you breathe in, the air goes into your trachea and then branches off into the two bronchus. Hope this answers your question