If the Tm for a particular amino acid has been exceeded, all the filtered amino acid will fail to absorb. This will cause the excess to secrete into the filtrate.
appear in the urine.
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
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 aid amino acids into the cell.
A CODON codes for a specific amino acid
Which particular amino acid? Which element? This question is too vague!
A sequence of three bases form a codon which represents a particular amino acid.
If the amino acids are different, then the protein will be different
Amino acids linked by peptide bonds in a particular sequence make up a protein.
the amine group
mRNA sends to the ribosomes that our amino acids need to make a particular protein, tRNA carries the amino acid to the ribosomes and binds new amino acid to the growing chain of amino acid...(for protein making)
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!
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.
The three-dimensional shape of the protein
It is released then recycled.