It would have Proline and Glutamine, because they are the key amino acid components in turns in beta antiparallel sheets. This is because Glutamine chemistry allows it to br very flexible, while Oroline can alter the dihedral vector mechanism.
Asked in Pakistan, Nuclear Energy
Name the two nuclear power station of Pakistan?
Chashma Nuclear Power Complex Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Karachi Nuclear Power Complex Khushab Nuclear Complex Multan Heavy Water Production Facility Pakistan Atomic Research Reactor Pakistan Nuclear Power Fuel Complex ...
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Pakistan
What are the two nuclear power stations in Pakistan?
The Chashma Nuclear Power Complex and Karachi Nuclear Power Plant are in Pakistan. ...
What is the purpose of having redundancy and diversity in nuclear reactors?
The provision of component and safety redundancy and diversity in nuclear reactors is important to enhance safety of nuclear reactor operation. ...
Asked in Industries and Professions
Is it nuclear industry was a type of chemical industry?
The nuclear industry is linked to chemical industry but it is more complex: metallurgy, mechanics, nuclear physics, chemistry, etc. ...
Asked in Science, Nuclear Reactors
The element used as a fuel component in nuclear reactors?
Uranium (U) Or Plutonium (Pu)
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
What is the amount of energy necessary to break up a nucleus into its component nucleons?
the nuclear binding energy
Asked in Nuclear Weapons
What is the definition of the DOE Nuclear Weapons Complex?
All the facilities used by the US to prepare the materials for nuclear weapons, build nuclear weapons, design and test new nuclear weapons. This is all lead by the Department Of Energy. ...
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Uranium
How does URANIUM contribute to the ecomomy of the US?
Uranium is the major component of the nuclear fuel in the nuclear energetic reactors. Also United States use uranium for weapons. ...
Asked in Microbiology, Cell Biology (cytology)
Substances produced in the nucleus are released into the cytoplasm through?
The nuclear pores. A six protein complex tasked with entry or exit regulation in the nuclear envelope. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What is dysprosium used for?
Dysprosium applications: - component of alloys for nuclear reactors control rods - alloying component in the most important magnetostrictive material - component of lasers - special lamps - radiation dosimeters - infrared light sources - catalysts - etc. ...
Explain why models are used in the study of nuclear physics?
to explain the complex features of simple phenomena
Asked in Physics, Nuclear Reactors
What element is used as a fuel component in nuclear reactors?
Any fissile material would do, but Uranium is the most common.
Asked in Cold War, Soviet Union (USSR)
What almost caused a nuclear war between the United states and the soviet union?
Castro allowed the Soviet Union to build a nuclear missile launch complex in Cuba ...
Asked in Nuclear Fission
How is nuclear fission and fusion used in weapons?
Nuclear fission is used in nuclear weapons to create what some might call an atomic blast (nuclear blast). Nuclear fission used this way can also be applied in special complex designs to generate enough thermal energy (heat) to initiate a fusion reaction. This creates an even bigger nuclear blast. ...