what is the chemical composition of auxin b?1 2352
explain the phenomenon of bolting?2 2799
what is the chemical formula of kinetin?1 2414
what are the effects shown by morphactins on plants?1 4059
what are the symptoms of the disease phrynoderma?1 3724
name the two analogues of vitamin "k" ?1 2254
how vitamin c is synthesised?1 2404
what is the difference in the aminoacid sequence in normal haemoglobin and sickle cell anaemic person?3 3266
what is PHOSGENE?what is the importance of it?1 2405
mutarotation is observed when phenol and pyridine both are present but phenol or pyridine alone cannot show mutarotation-explain why?
How are coupled reactions used in biochemistry?
Which organ and subcellular site are most important for fatty acid biosynthesis?
A 3.00 * 10-6M solution in a 1.0 cm cuvette read 16 % T at 620nm. What were the absorbance and the molar absorbancy index of the solution?
What are the structures of the products of this reaction, and how are they identified?
what is familiar hypercholesterolemia?
What are the drawbacks of tissue slices technique?
Why are right-handed helices more stable than left-handed helices?
Describe the environment where you do your best work in an organization?
What are hydrophobicity scales, and how are they used?
Two children have a neurological disorder. When cells from the two patients were fused to form heterokaryons containing nuclei from both patients and cultured, the cells displayed normal metabolism. Cells from either patient exhibited abnormal metabolism when cultured separately.what does these results indicate?
Calculate the molar extinction coefficient of a solution containing 5 *10-4 g litre-1 of a biomolecule, molecular weight 275 g mol-1, and absorbance 0.75 in a 1.2 cm cuvette.
I understand that urine can act as a reagent to break disulfide bonds? I am particularly interested in bonds between cysteines. and or any other amino acids.
why ph is not more than 14?
Compare and contrast feedback inhibition and enzyme repression?