Elements and Compounds
How many carbon dioxide molecules must enter the Calvin-Benson cycle to produce one sugar phosphate?
How many molecules of carbon dioxide are used to produce one 6 carbon sugar molecule?
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology), Mitochondria
What energy molecules are produce in the mitochondria?
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
How many molecules of carbon dioxide are used to produce one 6 carbon sugar molecule in the Calvin cycle?
Asked in Gorillas
How does carbon dioxide influence how plants produce glucose?
Carbon dioxide levels influence how many sugars(glucose) a plant can produce greatly. This is because 6 molecules of water and 6 molecules of carbon dioxide will release a sugar through series of reactions. So if you have many carbon dioxide molecules it makes it a lot easier for a plant or any other photoautotroph.
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
How many molecule of carbon dioxide are produce when Krebs cycle operates once?
Asked in Biology, Biodiversity, Photosynthesis
What three substances are introduced into the Calvin benson cycle to produce sugar molecules?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
How many grams of nitrogen dioxide must react with water to produce 5.00 x 1022 molecules of nitrogen monoxide?
Asked in Chemistry
What is sulphur uesd for?
Most sulphur is used in the production of phosphate fertilizer. Liquid sulphur us burned to produce sulphur dioxide gas which then goes through a catalytic process to produce sulphuric acid. This sulphuric acid is then used to leach the phosphate from phosphate rock. The phosphate is then used to make phosphate fertalizer. The reaction leaves a byproduct of gypsum. If you ever see a phosphate mine or a facility that processes phosphate rock you will notice the acres and acres of gypsul piles surrounding the facility.
Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
Does photosynthesis produce glucose and carbon dioxide?
Asked in Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
Which process requires light to produce organic molecules from inorganic molecules?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Which process do producers use carbon from carbon dioxide to produce other carbon containing molecules?
Asked in Sugar and Sweeteners, Mitochondria
What substance combines with sugar in the mitochondria?
Sugar reacts with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water and energy. This energy is then used to combine adenosine-diphosphate and phosphate to produce adenosine-triphosphate. Adenosine-triphosphate can then be used elsewhere in the cell to obtain energy by breaking it back down into adenosine-diphosphate and phosphate.
Asked in Science, Medical Fields
How is a carbon dioxide molecule produced in a hepatocyte?
Asked in School Subjects, Chemistry
What is the word equation for when carbon is burned?
Asked in Air Pollution, Biology
An organism lives in a container with very little oxygen It produces ethanol and carbon dioxide as waste products Which process does it use to produce most of its ATP molecules?
Asked in Muscular System
What is the purpose of creatine phosphate in muscle contraction?
Creatine's main benefit is its ability to aid in the production of energy. When ATP (adenosine triphosphate) loses one of its phosphate molecules and becomes ADP (adenosine diphosphate), it must be converted back to ATP in order for the molecule to be able to produce energy again. The creatine in our body is mostly stored as creatine phosphate (known as phosphocreatine), and it will donate its phosphate to the ADP which renews the ATP molecule and it can now produce energy.
Asked in Science
Process of breaking down food molecules to produce ATP?
The process of breaking down of food molecules to produce ATP is called as Respiration. It is a complex anabolic process in which the substrate undergoes a series of steps such as phosphorylation(addition of phosphate group to substrate), carboxylation, isomerisation, dehydraiton to produce chemical energy that is ATP along with byproducts