Isomers

Isomers

Isomers are molecules that have the same molecular formula, but have a different arrangement of the atoms in...

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Endogenous

Endogenous

Endogenous substances or conditions are those that originate from the normal function of an organism, tissue, or cell.

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Blood

Blood

Blood is composed of cells floating in plasma, there are three types of cells red, white and platelet. The plasma is 90% water and encompasses 55% of the fluid identified as blood. Blood cells deliver nutrients like oxygen and transport waste away for the bodies various organs cells.Blood is composed of cells floating in plasma, there are three types of cells red, white and platelet. The...

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Fermentation (Biochemistry)

Fermentation (Biochemistry)

Fermentation (Biochemistry) is a metabolic process whereby electrons released from nutrients are ultimately assimilated by the same nutrient’s molecules whose structure have begun to breakdown into other substances. Example of Fermentation (Food), the nutrients that sugar is composed of transform in to alcohol when the process of fermentation occurs.

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Polyunsaturated Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat

Polyunsaturated fatty acid, are fatty acids in which more than one double bond exists within the representative molecule. The fats have long carbon chains with several double bonds with hydrogen atoms that are not part of the molecular structure. The term unsaturated represent the double bonds being unsaturated with hydrogen...

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