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Released substance

released substance --> h substance

(Science: haematology) A polysaccharide precursor molecule which is used to make the antigens on the surface of human blood cells that are classified in the aBO blood group system.

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Re: Nutrition in plants and animals (23 episodes) - edu4free

... a continuous flow of energy. Food is the source of this energy. It is released by the breakdown of food taken by the organism. In the forthcoming ... in and utilizing the various nutrients by an organism. Nutrients are substance that provide energy to the organism. They also help in the biosynthesis ...

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Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:21 am
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Topic: Sound and how the brain reacts to it
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energy release

what study do i need to look into to calculate the magnitude of energy released in a chemical reaction? for example, if i wanted to make my own ... it doesnt scald me, i would need to measure exactly how much of each substance to mix to get a desired level of heat produced.

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by burningredphoenix
Tue May 04, 2010 8:40 pm
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Topic: energy release
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Free Energy / ATP

Hi, well, the enrgy is released by oxidation of all of these compounds (well, except of the carbon;). So, the ... you can gain ;) Basically, you can look to the saccharide metabolism and see, which substance is where and by that you can say, that it will produce more ATP, as it take ...

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Tue Sep 29, 2009 7:49 am
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Topic: Free Energy / ATP
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Transport across a cell membrane - Dissolution?

Dissolution is the opposite of precipitation - one substance dissolves in another (like solute in solution). It is chemical terminology. ... case cholesterol becomes part of the membrane and only upon dissolution is released from it. It is not really a mechanism of membrane transport but it is ...

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by Cat
Tue May 13, 2008 3:30 am
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Topic: Transport across a cell membrane - Dissolution?
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