BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

If protein is the heritable material, how many unique sequences of 10 amino acids are possible?

Answers

Answer 1
Answer:

1.024×10^13 is the sequences of 10 amino acids are possible.


Related Questions

COLLEGE

g The Bohr effect in hemoglobin ... Group of answer choices enhances O2 release in respiring tissues. inhibits O2 release in respiring tissues. has no effect on O2 release in respiring tissues.

Answers

Answer:

enhances O2 release in respiring tissues

Explanation:

Two factors  determine the binding of oxygen with haemoglobin(Hb)  in the lungs;

the high partial pressure of oxygen in the lungs ,  low partial pressure at the respiring tissues

and

the high  partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the blood

Hb binds with oxygen in the lungs and transports this  in the blood to the cells. In the respiring  cells C02 diffuses from the respired cells to the blood plasma.It combines with the plasma to form cabonic acid (H2C03), This reversible  reaction is catalysed by the enzyme carbonic anhydrase.

                         C02 + H20           ⇄        H2C03.

                                           carbonic anhydrase,

the H2C03, breaks down to  hydrogen ion and  hydrogen carbonate ion in the blood .

                             H2C03 ⇄ H+    +       H2C03-

The above reaction produces two effects;

1.The hydrgen ion lowers the blood pH,and increases its acidity. Hb  mops up the hydrogen ions by  combining with  it to form haemoglobinic acid(HHb). Thus acting as buffers to lower the blood pH.

2.Most importantly the high partial pressure of C02 in the blood made Hb to release its oxygen molecules to the blood to reach the tissues(Bohr effect)  while the hydrogen ion  it bonded with  in HHb, combines with hydrogen carbonate ion in the blood , to be transported in the blood to the lungs.

      H + HC03-  ⇄ H2C03 the carbonic acid breaks down to release  C02 in the lungs.

Therefore the high partial pressure of C02  in the blood enabled the release of Oxygen by haemoglobin to the respiring tissues from the blood. This is Borh effect, discovered by Christain Borh in 1904.

A dissociation  curve will show  high bonding of Hb with oxygen at high partial pressure of C02 with Hb, making the curve to move far right of the normal curve.

HIGH SCHOOL

A parasite is a type of I think its d just making sure

A. detritivore.

B. filter feeder.

C. carnivore.

D. symbiont.

Answers

The three major types of symbiosis are mutualism, where both species benefit, commensalism, where one species benefits and the other is unaffected, and parasitism, where one species benefits and the other is harmed. Symbiotic relationships can occur within an organism's body or outside of it.

HIGH SCHOOL

Sled dogs have a thick coat of hair that helps them withstand the cold temperatures of the arctic. Compare that adaption to a single, unrelated dog that grows a thicker coat in the fall in response to colder temperatures. The adaptation of the sled dog best describes adaptation at the ____________ level while the dog exposed to seasonal colder temperatures has _____________. Rev: 09_20_2017_qc_cs-100093

Answers

Answer;

Population; physiological modifications at the individual level.

The adaptation of the sled dog best describes adaptation at the population level while the dog exposed to seasonal colder temperatures has physiological modifications at the individual level.

Explanation;

-The bodies of sled dogs are covered with two coats of hair that work together to provide a double layer of warmth. The under layer is very short and the dog sheds it in the spring to keep from overheating during warmer temperatures.

-During the colder winter months, this under layer works as an insulator against the dog's skin to keep his body warm and his core body temperature consistent. This adaptation best describes adaptation at the population level while the dog exposed to seasonal colder temperatures has physiological modifications at the individual level.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following answers is the best answer to finish this sentence: Earth Science is important because the subject studies...!

Answers

Answer: Earth and all the galaxies of the universe.

Explanation: Earth Science is the study of geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Write your own 1-2 sentences that explains how the following words are related: Traits, Genes. Alleles. Here

Answers

Answer:

Except in some viruses, genes are made up of DNA, a complex molecule that codes genetic information for the transmission of inherited traits. Alleles are also genetic sequences, and they too code for the transmission of traits. ... The short answer is that an allele is a variant form of a gene.

Explanation:

It says write your own. I think it would be better for you to make it but here

Answer:

They all include on what you have as a dominant trait.

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Using blood doping to artificially increase the number of red blood cells in an athlete might lead to a long term shortage of red blood cells because 1) red blood cells could stop being produced by meiosis
2) homeostasis could be disrupted in the athlete
3) red blood cells could attack and destroy the extra red blood cells
4) the athlete would no longer need red blood cells

Answers

When you have anaemia, your body doesn't produce enough healthy red blood cells to supply your tissues with enough oxygen. Being anaemic, or having low haemoglobin, can make you feel exhausted and frail. Anaemia comes in a variety of forms, each with a unique aetiology. Thus option B is correct.

What long term shortage of red blood cells results?

The cardiovascular system must ensure that functioning muscles are supplied with substrate while exercising. Red blood cells' primary job during exercise is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the muscles and send the CO2 that is created during metabolism to the lungs for expiration.

The following side effects of iron deficiency, particularly with anaemia, might affect athletes: weakness, exhaustion in general, poor exercise performance, elevated heart rate and shortness of breath when exercising, headaches, and dizziness.

Therefore, homeostasis could be disrupted in the athlete.

Learn more about red blood cells here:

brainly.com/question/17890844

#SPJ2

Answer:

Homeostasis could be disrupted in the athlete

HIGH SCHOOL

An organism that exhibits a head with sensory equipment and a brain probably also ________.

Answers

An organism that exhibits a head with sensory equipment and a brain probably also have receptors, which capture the stimuli of the environment and transform them into a nervous impulse, and organs of the senses that are the communication channels we have with the environment and thanks to them we understand and interpret the environment, they are: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
HIGH SCHOOL

What was the role of rosalind franklin in the discovery of the double helix?

Answers

She made contributions to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA
HIGH SCHOOL

If the Hoover Dam were removed, what is a reasonable prediction of the most significant environmental impact?

Answers

Well if the Hoover dam is removed we can put something in need like a mall or something to replace it
Random Questions