Asked in Zoology or Animal Biology
Zoology or Animal Biology
What is the minimum number of different amino acids needed to synthesize most proteins?
Does DNA synthesize proteins?
Asked in Microbiology, Cell Biology (cytology)
The nucleus store the DNA needed to synthesize which molecule in the cytoplasm?
Asked in Chemistry
What compound provides the carbon needed to synthesize glucose?
Why does a virus not have both DNA and RNA?
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What proteins are made in the nucleolus and why are they important for cell physiology?
Asked in Biotechnology
What would the result be if a drug that blocks the action of polymerase was introduced into a virus-infected organism?
Asked in Nutrition, Biochemistry
Which vitamin is needed to synthesize nonessential amino acids from essential amino acids?
Asked in Genetics
Where do cells get the chemicals needed to synthesize other molecules?
What is the function of the rough endoplasmic reticlum?
Rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) has the following functions:- *Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum have ribosomes attached to their surface that synthesize proteins for the cell. Rough ER transports these proteins to the regions in the cell where it is needed. *Enzymes of lysosome are also produced by the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Can mitochondria live outside the eukaryotic cell?
Asked in Genetics
Can a cell live if does not have the DNA needed to make all of its needed proteins?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Why is protein needed for the body?
Proteins are biochemical compounds which maintain the mass of your body. Mostly of what you eat everyday is transformed into protein in order to keep you healthy. Proteins are like bricks of a house. They are made from a combination of aminoacids. Different combination of aminoacids make different kind of proteins.
Asked in Animal Life
What are cyclins and What is their functions?
What are Cyclins and what are their functions? ^^ haha I agree They are different proteins within the cell which begin to accumulate and then rapidly disappear as the cell cycle progresses. They bind to kinases (enzymes that transfer a phosphate group from ATP to other enzymes) and activate them, which activate some enzymes directly and signal the cell to synthesize other proteins needed to progress to the next phase in the cycle. Their function is to regulate the cell cycle by what I just explained.
Asked in Agriculture
What is the minimum annual rainfall needed for agriculture?
How much the minimum deposit to open the accounts?
Asked in Skeletal System
What two vitamins are needed for calcification process to synthesize bone matrix?
Asked in Biology
What is needed for the body to synthesize protein?