Asked in Health
What would happen if the concentration of a particular amino acid is greater than the Tm?
Asked in Capillaries, Blood Vessels
What are the two substance found in greater concentration in the renal artery than in the renal vein?
Glucose and Amino acids because as the concentration of other waste products like urea and CO2 decreases so the CONCENTRATION of glucose and amino acids will increase. NOTE: Only the concentration will increase, that does not mean that their amount also increases ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How does the amount of ATP affect the concentration of amino acids outside of the cell relative to inside of the cell?
The lower the amount of ATP, especially if there is none present, the concentration of amino acids outside of the cell will be much greater than on the inside, because amino acids need to be aided by a sodium ion. Sodium is pumped outside of the cell (where the amino acids are) by the sodium-potassium pump which needs ATP to function; therefore, if there is no ATP, the pump will not operate, there will be no sodium ions on the outside to...
What the code for a particular amino acid is made possible by three bases using the element?
Which particular amino acid? Which element? This question is too vague!
Is DNA a code for the sequence of amino acids in a protein?
The three bases within the DNA then become the code for a particular amino acid. The sequence of the four bases found in cellular DNA determines the sequence of the approximately 21 different amino acids found in that particular cell's proteins. Hope this helps! ...
Asked in Genetics, Genetic Engineering
What way the genetic code is redundant and unambiguous?
Redundant: Some amino acids can be specified by more than one codon. Unambiguous: Each codon specifies a particular amino acid and only that amino acid. ...
Asked in Biology, Nutrition, Acids and Bases
Which amino acid can stop a highly resistive sinus fungus infection?
I dont think any particular amino acid can resist an infection! please specify your question and remember amino acids are building block of proteins. ...
Asked in Genetics
Difference between amino acid and protein?
An amino acid is one of the subunits that makes up a protein. A common analogy is that of a chain. If a protein is a chain then amino acids are the links. Proteins are synthesized as a long polymer of amino acids that then fold and coil into precise structures based on the particular properties of the amino acids that make up the protein. ...
Asked in Blood Vessels
Whoch blood vessels have the hishest concentration of Amino acids and Glucose?
All of the nutrients absorbed by the small intestine (including amino acids and glucose) travel through the hepatic portal vein to the liver. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
The DNA segment that carries information coding for a particular amino acid is a?
Triplet-3 base sequence specifying a particulare amino acid on a DNA gene is called a triplet. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry
How does the base sequence on DNA determine a particular feature?
The bases in Dna are read three at a time - these are known as triplet-codons. Each triplet-codon codes for a specific amino-acid. The order [or sequence] of amino-acids in the resultant protein will and does determine its 'particular features'. ...
Are amino acids the building blocks of proteins?
Yes, amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins consist of a chain of amino acids arranged in a particular sequence, interacting with each other and forming secondary and tertiary structures. true yes Yes amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. ...
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Molecular Biology
What is The Benefit Of Having More Nucleotide Combinations Than Amino Acids?
By having more codons to code a particular amino acids, it makes it easier to produce in the cell and need to be supplemented from food(essential amino acids are normally not synthesized in our cell). ...
Nucleotides are responsible for directing the addition of a particular amino acid to a polypeptide?
Essentially, yes. mRNA, which is made from nucleotides, have specific codons attached to them which codes for specific types of amino acids, which sort of guides the addition of amino acids to the polypeptide chain. ...