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what does SDS in SDS Page do? if solubilizes proteins to give them uniformly negative charges, so the separation is based purely on size 205. what does the enteric nervous system do? it is the part of the nervous system that governs the digestive tract, triggers peristalsis (rhythm of the gut) 206. what does the presence of many pseudogenes indicate that there is a weak connection between the real gene and fitness, so the real gene is not really needed 207. what halts the electron transport chain a fully developed H+ gradient 208. what happens if calcium levels are too high in the liver the mitochondrial membranes will depolarize and pro-apoptotic factors are released into the cytosol 209. what happens in the PCT, the descending loop of Henle, ascending loop of Henle, DCT, and collecting duct PCT: amino aicds, glucose, vitamins are reabsorbed with water into the bood descending: water diffuses out and makes an ideal gradient for maximum reabsorption of water ascending: only permeable to salts and not water, so it gets more dilute DCT: promotes sodium reabsorption collecting duct: aldosterone and ADH promote healthy concentration of urine and then it can be excreted 210. what happens to glycogen in muscles during fasting glycogenolysis can occur but cannot finish, so G6P remains in the muscles and glucose can never be released into the bloodstream 211. what is affinity chromatography? uses a bound receptor or ligand and an eluent with free ligand or a receptor for the protein of interest 212. What is an episome Plasmids that can integrate into the genome 213. What is a notochord? A long cartilage rod that supports the growth of an embyro 214. what is a typical immune response the proliferation of antibodies that are specific for and attack foreign matter such as antigens 215. what is biological induction a signaling cascade in development that changes the structure or function of a tissue through mediators 216. What is chemotaxis Bacteria moving in repose to chemical stimuli 217. what is happening during diastole and systole systole: heart exerts force on the blood for increased pressure (ventricular contraction) diastole: heart exerts no force on blood, decreased pressure (ventricular relaxation) 218. What is important about action potentials: size or frequency Frequency and number of action potentials (all or nothing response)
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219. what is induction in acidity the proton that is influenced by a big electron withdrawing group will be the strongest acid 220. what is intrathoracic volume? how does diaphram movement affect it the volume of the chest cavity, a flattened diagram will expand the chest wall, causing volume to increase 221. what is the body's response to fainting reduces the effects of gravity on blood flow to the brain 222. what is the difference between a zygote and an embryo embryo is the result of the first zygote cleavage (no longer unicellular) 223. what is the difference between chief cells and goblet cells chief cells: release pepsinogen goblet cells: release mucus which lines the stomach for protection 224.
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