Problem 7
To understand this problem we first need to calculate the q value of the given
+ v
+ +e
n p
reaction.
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Q=[ m ( n )m ( p )m ( e ) ] c 2
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BioEC165/EEC145B Fall 08
Prof. Steve Conolly
1.5 hours. Tuesday 9 December 2008
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2.) You may quote results from class notes or texts.
3.) Each problem has equal weight.
4.) Please show all work. Box answers. Be neat. Staple your papers.
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Principles of Synthetic Biology: Midterm Exam
October 28, 2010
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BE153 Midterm II
Fall 2006
Closed book, closed notes
1. Imagine that you have the endoplasmic
reticulum (ER) inside of a cell. Among its many
other functions, the ER stores calcium. Lets
say that the ER is permeable to Ca2+ and
Cl-, but not to a l