by Ellen's phlog
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Tags: rochester medical center, cancer cells, university of rochester medical center
The article explains the development of a new cancer fighting technology by a team from the University of Rochester Medical Center. Developers created a new type of fusion molecule that in essence acts like a tiny anti cancer grenade(?). According to the article the molecule life dormant until it encounters a cancer cells and suddenly activates and routs(?) in the bodies immune system to fight cancer cells directly. The most latest steps in Science to separate to tap(?) the bodies own resources to fight the disease. Developers call the new technology the Pacman Strategy because it ___ upon molecular machines produce by tumors to through and eat particular change of molecules.
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Tags: chlorine atoms, hydrogen atoms, metal atoms
A covalent(?) bond is a strong bond between two non metal atom. It consist of a shared pair of electron. A covalent(?) bond can be represented by a straight line or dot in ___. Hydrogen and Chlorine can each form one covalent(?) oxygen, two bonds nitrogen three well(?) carbon can form four bonds. Sharing electron. You'll need to understand what covalent(?) bonding is and to remember some of the properties of molecules that are formed in this way. A covalent(?) bond forms when two non metal atoms share a pair of electron. Electron involved in the highest archipad(?) energy level for other shelve of the atoms and atoms does shared one of it's electron's to complete it high occupied energy level. Covalent(?) bonds are strong and a lot of energy is needed to break them. Substances(?) substances with covalent(?) bond open for molecules with well melting and boiling point such as hydrogen and water. Example when covalent(?) bonds are being form reaching hydrogen atoms and chlorine atoms. They can form hydrogen chloride. After bonding the covalent(?) atoms it's now in contact with A electron in it.
Welcome to the moment of inspiration wit Dr princess Adilla(?). Today I want you to just be successfully. I want you to focus on just being present. I was thinking just the other day about a rock. A rock, a still piece it's very still. However if you took a microscope to a rock it is very busy. There is a lot of movement going on with in a rock. At the speed of light their molecules is moving all over the place. I want to give you this, in your life what is has already been and what has already been is?
Welcome to the moment of inspiration with Dr Christy Padilla. Today I want to inspire you to just be successfully. Have you looked at a rock. A rock is a very solid form. ___ though is not moving. There's nothing going on it's just still, it's presence however if you look this to microscope into a rock you'll notice that there are billions millions very quickly of molecules moving around faster than a speed of light. There's a lot of activity going on but it's still rock. As we look at our lives most of us choose(?).
by Dr. Princess-O`dilia's phlog
Tags: blink of an eye, adelia, countless times
Welcome to the moment of inspiration with Dr princess Adelia(?). Your true purpose life codes. Today I want to talk to inspire you to just be. Have you ever looked at a rock? Or feel it. Looks as if there's nothing going on. Just a rock. However if you were to take a microscope to really look within that rock you would notice that there are billions of molecules just swirming all around and moving very fast actually. Very very very fast at blink of an eye. It's moved countless times.
The thing that transfer the signals is pretty simple. A special class of transistors called field of the electric transistors are sensitive to their environment. They can sense changes in their environment. When something in the environment changes like a new molecules we produce, then their ability to conduct the electricity changes. If you can measure how much electricity is going through one of these transistors, then you measure what the transistors sensing, that is the easy part. The hard part is making transistor specific in older molecules. In order, in your nose, some mucus layer help protect the receptors that allow molecules to defuse(?)
Hi everybody, it's Miss Price and I wanted to create this log for you today to just kinda give you some heads up what you're learning right now in biology class. What you're in the middle of is learning about the 4 basic macro molecules. Macro M A C R O means large. Micro means small like a microscope. The pre fix micro means small as it used to be a small specimen but macro M A C R O means big. These are the bigger molecules that make up your body and even though they are bigger they're still microscopic most of the time but there are 4 basic macro molecules that make up the human body and make up all living things even plant and these four macro molecules are lipids, protein, carbohydrates and nucleic acid and I want you to
Hello everyone. It's nice in here and this is it. Cells are this suppressing other way of identifying which molecules are capable of passing in through and out of a cell. They also says that to protect the molecules from being destroyed by leukocyte called white blood cells when a leukocyte identifies each protein that will cross them off them by the list. ___. Therefore by taking them enabling to in and out of the cell unmolested(?).
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Hey this is Cathleen. My question was according to your text book Membrane is said to be active environment in which many essential chemical reaction of block occur, explain what you understand this to me. Well I thought that within the membrane numerous processes occurs such as diffusion which is the past thick membrane of molecules along the concentration gradient, osmosis which is a net move into free molecules along the concentration gradient and facilitate diffusion and active transport all the care within the cell membrane and another example of a chemical process that takes place in the membrane is the digestion of some food molecules which like happen when they pass through the cell membrane in the stomach. Ok, thanks.