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Tutor profile: Kaitlan S.

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Kaitlan S.
Ph.D Student in Pharmacology at UNC
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Subject: Basic Math

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What is the equation of a linear line that passes through (4,3) and has a slope of 2?

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Answer:

y=mx+b 3=(4)*(2)+b 3=8+b -5=b Final Answer: y=4x-5

Subject: Biochemistry

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What configuration (L or D) are amino acids found in nature and what configuration is accepted by the human body? Furthermore, factor determines whether an amino acid is L or D?

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In nature amino acids can be found in both the L and D configuration. For example, in nature you can find both L- Glycine and D- Glycine. The only difference being if the amino group (H3N+) is on the left, which would make it an L configuration, or on the right, which would make it D configuration. However, only the L configuration is used by the human body.

Subject: Biology

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Please explain or list the main differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells?

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Eukaryotic cells complex cells. They can be multi-celled or single-celled. Plants, fungi, and human (somatic) cells are all considered eukaryotic cell. On the other hand, prokaryotic cells are simple and smaller cells in comparison (ex. bacteria). The main difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells in that eukaryotic cells membrane bound organelles, a nucleus, and linear chromosomes.

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