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Molecule Illustrations
... poison molecule, this vital hydrolysis reaction cannot occur. See the next section. Back To Proteins In Chemical Compounds Part I 2. Active Site Of Enzyme Blocked By Poison Molecule In this illustration a poison molecule has bonded to the active site of an enzyme. Now the enzyme is unable to recognize the substrate molecule that it ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... . One chromatid of this eukaryotic chromosome doublet is unravelled, showing a twisted DNA molecule wrapped around beads of histone protein. Each protein bead contains about 200 base ... autumnale), a member of the lily family (Liliaceae), contain the alkaloid colchicine, a spindle poison causing depolymerization of mitotic spindles into tubulin subunits. This essentially dissolves the spindle ...
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Botany online: Intracellular Movements - Cytosceletons - Microfilaments
... actin polymer do all display the same orientation does it seem likely that the actin molecule has a polarity. The method's disadvantage is its requirement of more or less purified ... the dilemma. Labelling of microfilaments with fluorescence-tagged phalloidine, the destroying angel's (Amanita phalloides) poison. Phalloidine has a high affinity for the F-actin of liver and muscle cells, with ...
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BLOOD POISONS
... potent metabolic poison present in some food crops and other plants. Cyanide is a small molecule composed of a carbon and nitrogen atom joined by a stable triple bond. This poison is best ... blood clots. However, most commonly dicoumarin is the active ingredient in a very powerful rat poison called Warfarin, because it causes internal bleeding and can be effective by killing either wounded ...
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How Soaps Work - (www.poisonivy.us)
... They have two very distinct ends. The head of this soap molecule string loves water and will attach to other water molecules. Its ... us a very interesting situation where the head of the soap molecule will attach to other water molecules and the tail will find ... not impossible to remove according to some research. How the different poison ivy products break down this protein bond is still not quite ...
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Growing Roses Organically
... or most of the marauders that attack your precious rose garden without the need to poison your environment. Back to top The Organic Garden Soil The most frequently forgotten factor in ... to manufacture essential proteins; and vitamins and “Mg” are the center of the chlorophyll molecule that makes leaves green. All of these essential nutrients are found in organic fertilizers and ...
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UCMP Glossary: Biochemistry
... the production of paper, toothpaste, beer, and frozen foods. amino acid -- unit molecule from which proteins are constructed by polymerization. ATP -- "adenosine triphosphate". A relatively stable ... activates luciferin to produce bioluminescence. luciferin -- compound whose activated form emits light. neurotoxin -- poison which interferes with nerve function, usually by affecting the flow of ions ...
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