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I have to check this later, but apparently pain caused by a duodenal ulcer gets better with eating because bicarbonate is released into the duodenum when you eat. On the other hand, a gastric ulcer...
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Bases bioquímicas da hereditariedade
por Fabio Dias Magalhães Bem...mais um texto longo. A nossa pergunta é: Qual é a base química da genética? Considere um casal de indivíduos não albinos que tiveram um filho albino. Esse é um tipo de assunto comum em aulas de genética. A partir da história concluimos que os pais eram hererozigotos (Aa) e o filho homozigoto recessivo (aa): Vários conceitos estão envolvidos com o heredograma: 1)"A" e "a" são alelos de um gene, ou seja, variantes de um gene. O alelo "A" está relacionado com a…
Chemistry Form 5: Chapter 4 - Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction
Chemical energy is needed to transform a chemical substance into a new product through chemical reaction. Therefore, breaking or formation of chemical bond involves energy, which may be either absorbed or released from a chemical reaction. To break the chemical bond, energy from surrounding is absorbed resulting decrease of temperature of surrounding. To form the chemical bond, energy from reaction is released to the surrounding resulting increase of temperature of surrounding. Exothermic…