March 9, 2008 at 10:12 pm #9254
What are the two processes ATP can be made in a cell, and which metabloic process carries out each type. Thanks for any help
March 10, 2008 at 6:51 pm #82705MrMisteryParticipant
have you done any reading?
March 11, 2008 at 12:00 am #82718quote MrMistery:
Does that mean you don’t know the answer? I’m confused.. why not answer the question, and if you don’t know the answer why don’t you visit another thread in which you could possibly help. 🙄
March 11, 2008 at 12:36 am #82719
Mistery most certainly could answer your question, I just don’t think he feels like doing your homework for you, and he was hinting that maybe you should go look it up.
March 11, 2008 at 1:31 am #82721quote MichaelXY:
Is this forum just for students? I don’t have any homework and thought that this place would be more reliable than a google search. I guess I could hunt down my Microbiology professor to get a good reliable answer, but it disgruntles me that you just can’t simply answer the question. I have my AS in Forestry and a BS in nursing, and if anyone has a question about how to make a culvert or how to do read a blood lipid profile, I answer them. I certainly don’t say "go look it up" after all, isn’t asking a question a form of "looking it up"?
March 11, 2008 at 1:57 am #82722CatParticipant
Please, don’t get upset, but there is no way of knowing whether you are a student or not and I gather some students try to cheat using this website. Here are the answers to your questions:
1. substrate-level phosphorylation is an enzymatic process and occurs in cytoplasm
2. chemiosmosis involves proton-motive force driven ATP synthase and occurs in mitochondria cristae, thylocoid membrane of chloroplast, and cell membrane of some bacteria
Also feel free to ask me through my website.
March 11, 2008 at 2:45 am #82725
Great, thank you so much. Does Subtatrate Level Phosphorylation take place during glycolysis and Chemiosmosis during the electron transport?
March 11, 2008 at 2:48 am #82726CatParticipant
Yes, but not always (for chemiosmosis) and not only (for substrate-level phosphorylation).
March 11, 2008 at 5:13 am #82729
The following courses are required for admission to the nursing program:
BIOL 100 General Biology (3)|BIOL 107 General Biology – (4)
| Lecture and Laboratory
CHEM 102 Introduction to General, (5)|CHEM 100 & Fundamentals of (3)
Organic, and Biological | Chemistry
Chemistry with Laboratory |CHEM 100L & Fundamentals of (1)
| Chemistry Laboratory
|CHEM 130 & Introduction to (3)
| Organic and
| Biological Chemistry
|CHEM 130L Introduction to (1)
| Organic and
| Biological Chemistry
OR | OR
CHEM 130 Elementary Organic (3)|CHEM 130 Introduction to (3)
Chemistry | Organic and Biological
COMM 103 Oral Communication (3)|BLAS 106 Black Oral Expression (3)
| and Interpretation
|SPEE 103 Oral Communication (3)
PSY 101 Introductory Psychology (3)|PSYC 101 General Psychology (3)
SOC 101 Introductory Sociology: (3)|SOCO 101 Principles of (3)
The Study of Society | Sociology
BIOL 210 Fundamentals of (4)|BIOL 205 General Microbiology (5)
BIOL 212 Human Anatomy (4)|BIOL 230 Human Anatomy (4)
These are just Freshman and Sophmore classes, I did not include the remaining years. I find it hard to believe than anyone with a BS in nursing does not know Freshman level material. Yeah, this still sounds like homework to me, and by looking at your previous post I am sure of it.
Well, at least you found someone willing to do your work for you.
March 11, 2008 at 6:21 am #82730mithParticipant
mike, OP could be one of those people going back to school(adult students), so they’re not necessarily lying. Heck I’ve forgotten all the multivariable calc I took last semester.
However ,that said, Bioslave, if you ask your microbio prof that question, they’ll probably tell you to read the assigned text.
March 11, 2008 at 6:24 am #82731quote MichaelXY:
"The" Nursing program?. As if there were just one.. Each nursing program has its own pre reqs. And the ones you list are about half of what I had to take to get into the BSN program at HSU (minus all those Chem classes you listed, I only needed Chem 2 and Organic Chem). When you have been out of school for 6 years, all of the facets of cellular respiration don’t exactly stick in the front of your mind.. And for the record, I don’t think any college level Biology class gives you "Homework" (mine certainly didn’t): you study your ass off via the books and lecture notes, take the exams, and do the lab work. Kick it out.
March 11, 2008 at 1:57 pm #82735
I have been getting anal lately. I think I may be getting school burn out. Perhaps I should take a break from this forum until after spring break.
Anyways, sorry for my grumpy post.
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