Cell Biology (cytology)
In the parietal cells of the stomach the uptake of chloride ions is coupled to the transport of bicarbonate ions out of the cell This type of transport system is called?
Asked in Biochemistry
Which of the following statements about the redox reactions of the electron transport chain is correct?
Asked in Genetics
Does active transport occur in plant cells?
yes their is both primary and secondary active transport primary coupled to metabolic or light energy . secondary :solutes can be actively transported across membrane against their gradient of electrochemical potential by coupling of the uphill transport of solute to the downhill transport of another
Asked in Intel 8086 and 8088
What is the difference between closely coupled configuration and loosely coupled configuration in microprocessor?
Three types of active transport?
Active transport is the process of moving solutes against their electrochemical gradient. This is essential to maintain the intracellular ionic composition of cells and to import solutes that are at a lower concentration out side the cells and to import soultes that are at a lower concentrion outside the cell than inside. (i) Coupled transporters couple the uphill transport of one solute across the membrane to the downhill transport of another. (ii) ATP-driven pumps couple uphill transport to the hydrolysis of ATP. (iii) Light-driven pumps, which ae found mainly in bacterial cells, couple uphill transport to an input of energy from light. Your three types of Active Transport is therefore Coupled Transporters, ATP-driven pumps, and Light-driven pumps.
Asked in Biology, Biochemistry, Photosynthesis
What word is used to describe respiration which uses oxygen?
Asked in Biochemistry
What is released when the electrons move through transport chain?
Asked in Biochemistry, Cell Biology (cytology)
What goes into oxidative phosphorylation?
ATP is created by the movement of protons back into the mitochondrial matrix through complex V which is ATP synthase. The effect that electron transport has on oxidative phosphorylation is that the two processes are tightly coupled, stopping electron transport will ultimately stop oxidative phosphorylation.
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Engineering
What is the Circuit diagram of RC coupled amplifier?
Asked in Mechanical Engineering
Why reciprocating pump is not directly coupled with motor?
Difference between loosely coupled system and tightly coupled system?
Some cells employ a countertransport or antiport mechanism to maintain a high extracellular Ca2 concentration coupled to the passive inward diffusion of Na This best describes?
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Definitions
What is a coupling circuit?
What does octopamine do to the body?
What is loosely and tightly coupled federated databases?
FDBSs can be categorized as loosely coupled or tightly coupled based on who manages the federation and how the com- ponents are integrated. interoperable database system ( loosely ) An FDBS is loosely coupled if it is the user's responsibility to create and maintain the federation and there is no control enforced by the feder- ated system and its administrators. A federation is tightly coupled if the federation and its adminis- trator(s) have the responsibility for creat- ing and maintaining the federation and actively control the access to component DBSs. A loosely coupled FDBS always supports multiple federated schemas. A tightly coupled FDBS may have one or more federated schemas. A tightly coupled FDBS is said to have single federation if it allows the creation and management of only one federated schema. A tightly coupled FDBS is said to have multiple federations if it allows the creation and management of multiple federated schemas