Asked in College Applications and Entrance RequirementsScienceChemistry
College Applications and Entrance Requirements
How would you modifyAldol Synthesis of Dibenzalacetone to make benzalacetone instead?
Asked in Animal Health, Genetics
Using RNA as a template for protein synthesis instead of translating proteins directly from the DNA is advantageous fro the cell because?
Asked in Genetics
What is the advantage of using mRNA as the template for protein synthesis instead of DNA?
Asked in Jobs & Education
Using RNA as a template for protein synthesis instead of translating proteins directly from the DNA is advantageous for the cell because?
Asked in Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
Why does the synthesis of a double sugar produce a formula of C12H22O11 instead of C12H24O12?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Why is solid nahco3 used instead of aqueous nahco3 in the synthesis of tert-butyl chloride?
Asked in Chemistry
Why the amino group of p-aminobenzoic acid does not participate in the synthesis of benzocaine?
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
What are some everyday words that people can't spell?
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Elements and Compounds
Are sucrose and maltose isomers?
Yes, sucrose and maltose are structural isomers because they have the same simple molecular formula which is C12H22O11. This is the formula for a disaccharide, which is two monosaccharides combined together through dehydration synthesis which causes the disaccharide to lose two hydrogens and an oxygen atom, which is why the formula is C12H22O11 instead of C12H24O12.
Asked in Biology, Herbivores, Omnivores
What is an autotroph?
From Latin : self-feeding. An autotroph is an organism capable of synthesizing its own food from simple organic substances. Also, it means the organism creates their own food instead of intaking from others. Sub divided into photoautotrophs which are plants and chemoautotrophs which are some bacteria that are able to synthesis their own food from inorganic substances.
Asked in Energy
How does creatine phosphate supply energy for muscle contraction?
Creatine Phosphate cannot directly supply energy to a cell, instead, it stores energy released from mitochondria. Whenever sufficient ATP is present, an enzyme in the mitochondria (creatine phosphokinase) promotes the synthesis of creating phosphate, which stores excess energy in its phosphate bond.
Asked in Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen
Which Pokemon cant you find in fire red but you found in leaf green?
Sandshrew, Sandslash (instead of ekans, arbok) Vulpix, Ninetales (instead of growlithe, arcanine) Bellsprout, Weepingbell, Victreebell (instead of oddish, gloom, vileplume) Slowpoke, Slowbro, slowking (instead of psyduck, golduck) Staryu, Starmie (instead of shellder, cloyster) Magmar, Magby (instead of slugma, macargo) Pinsir (instead of scyther, scizor) Azurill, Marill, Azumarill (instead of wooper, quagsire) MIsdreavus (instead of murkrow) Remoraid, Octillery (instead of qwilfish) Sneasel (instead of skarmory) Mantine (instead of delibird)
Asked in Parenting and Children
Why it is important to respect the children?
it is very important to respect the children because they are God's gift to the parents. respecting our children means guiding them instead of demanding, loving them instead of punishing, caring for them instead of neglect, teaching instead of condemning them, embracing them instead of pushing them away, listening to them instead of shouting at them, considering instead of judging, staying by their side instead of going away.
Asked in Biology
What is organic compound synthesis?
Synthesis is the creation of organic compounds in a laboratory setting, usually because obtaining usable amounts of the compound is very difficult or illegal. An example of such may be aspirin; the compound acetyl salicylic acid naturally occurs in willow bark, but to get enough of it to satisfy demand would be almost impossible with the present amount of willow trees. Instead, scientists can create enormous batches of this compound using nothing more than the two main parts and a little sulfuric acid in a lab in very short amounts of time.