Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Proteins appear to be the molecular carriers of the coded heritary information?
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What does the nucleus tell the animal cell to do?
The nucleus controls all aspects of cellular reproduction, in both the animal and plant cell. The nucleus contains the heritary information encoded on chomasomes. The nucleus also maintains control in cellular transport and production of nessisary organalles and energy sub-compacts. Such as ATP (Mitochonndria) and Ribosomes (Smooth ER) ...
Asked in Health, History, Politics & Society
Is glaucoma heritary?
The most common type of glaucoma, primary open-angle glaucoma, is hereditary. If members of your immediate family have glaucoma, you are at a much higher risk than the rest of the population. Family history increases risk of glaucoma four to nine times. Hispanics in Older Age Groups. ...
Are there still titles of nobility in Britain today?
Yes: Britain stll has noble titles. As well as heritary Lords & such we also have Life Peers who sit in the Parliamentry upper chamber, the House of Lords. This is a part of the system of Government. Of course, Britain still has a ruling Royal Family. The Head of State since 1952 is HM Queen Elizabeth II. ...
Asked in Government, Clergy
The branch of the English parliament composed of the clergy and selected nobles is the?
There is no English Parliament. There has not been an English Parliament since 1st May 1707. Answer. you are probably referring to the House of Lords which is a non elected chamber. It is not English but part of the Goverment of the United Kingdom which includes England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland. The Queen and Parliament can elect "the Great and The Good" to the House of Lords. There are also a small number of Heritary "Lords" but this is gradually...
Asked in Czech Republic
What are the physical characteristics of Czech people?
Light Light hair, and light skin. I am a huge majority Czech, and my dad is just about 100% of it. Whenever he explains them, they have light eyes, light skin, and light hair. All light colors. Supposidly most are kept to themselves, and are heritary brought up very cold and quiet. I've noticed that they have big foreheads My grandmother is full Czech and she had very dark hair (now grey), very blue eyes, and pale skin. she isn't very tall...
How could being with a drug addict for 10 years harm you?
well my husband now was a drug add and he has been clean for 3 years but everyone is different and for me when he was using it made me a bitter depressed woman and an angry woman well all dissappeared except the angry woman we got prego with our daughter now my husband has epilespy and estacy triggered it. you are born with epilespy well that didnt slow him down but when his daughter and only child was born and...
Asked in Molecular Biology
What are the three main principles in molecular biology?
genetic information begins with DNA and is transcribed to RNA and then translated into proteins: DNA→RNA→proteins. ...
Which theory provides information concerning both molecular shape and molecular bonding?
Molecular orbital theory(MOT) provides information about both molecular shape and molecular bonding. ...
Asked in Molecular Biology
What a molecular data?
In biology, molecular data refers to the information pertaining DNA or protein. DNA sequence are highly specific that encode the RNA and proteins. It is also specific signature for a particular kind of organism to define which family it is. ...
Asked in Ecosystems, Genetics, Evolution, Clocks and Watches
In what way do proteins behave like molecular clocks?
Proteins tend to behave like molecular clocks on the way they sequentially diverge with increasing evolutionary distance between species. They behave like molecular clocks because of the existence of amino acid sequence in an organism. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Clocks and Watches
Why are proteins known as molecular clocks?
The molecular clock is used to estimate the time of occurrence of events called speciation and radiation. The molecular data used for such calculations is usually nucleotide sequence for DNA or amino acid sequences for proteins. In other words, a protein is known as a molecular clock because it changes over time. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What structural information we get from molecular weight determination-?
The structural information you get from molecular weight is how much the molecule weighs. It is the first step in assembling the structural information. ...