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Essential Fatty Acids

Essential Fatty Acids Definition and Notes in Biology

The mammalian body is able to synthesize fatty acids from the Oleic acid. However, this is not the case with some fatty acids to 34 carbon atoms containing two or more double bonds; they are produced only by bacteria or plants. Mammals cannot therefore get their food. They are called essential fatty acids. They are also sometimes called vitamin F (outdated...

Biochemistry MCQ

Biochemistry MCQ Pre Examination Part 2

The Biochemistry MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) contains 20 to 25 question. Both questions and answers arranged randomly. Check this basic links to write start the MCQ. Topics that are included were: Carbohydrates Carbohydrates Classifications What is Monosaccharide? How to Classify? What are Polysaccharides? How to Classify? Metabolism of Nucleotides Hormones:...

Biochemistry MCQ

Biochemistry MCQ Pre Examination Session Part 1

The Biochemistry MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) contains 20 to 25 question. Both questions and answers arranged randomly. Check this basic links to write start the Biochemistry MCQ. Carbohydrates Classifications Basics and Amino acids Classification Download ebook What are Lipids ? What are the Importance in Human Body VITAMINS : The...

nobel prizes in medicine

Nobel Prizes in Medicine or Physiology (2001 to 2014)

What Nobel Prize and Who is Alfred Nobel? Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been honoring men and women from all corners of the globe for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and for work in peace. The foundations for the prize were laid in 1895 when...

Chemiosmotic Theory by ATP Synthase Complex

Chemiosmotic Theory by ATP Synthase Complex

ATP is synthesized by ATP Synthase, which is an enzyme complex made of a proton-conducting F­­0 unit and a catalyst F1 unit. The mitochondrial inner membrane contains the ATP synthesizing enzyme complex called ‘ATP synthase’(or) ‘F0 F1-ATPase’. (F for factor). F1 component is like a “door-knob” protruding into the matrix...