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Tutor profile: Jordan E.

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Jordan E.
Health Sciences Graduate and Pre-medical student from Drexel University
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Subject: Biochemistry

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What is the net amount of ATP produced by glycolysis per one molecule of glucose?

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Answer:

2 net molecules of ATP are produced per 1 molecule of glucose.

Subject: Biology

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Describe the Bohr effect. How does it affect a Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve?

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Answer:

The Bohr effect is a decreased affinity for oxygen in hemoglobin as a result of a decrease in blood pH. The decrease pH is a result of an increase in protons. These protons allosterically bond to hemoglobin, reducing their affinity for oxygen. The decrease in hemoglobin affinity for oxygen leads to a right shift in a hemoglobin dissociation curve. The right shift indicates that the %O2 saturation of hemoglobin is lower at a given partial pressure of O2.

Subject: Anatomy

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Which organs of the human body are responsible for the production and storage of bile respectively? What is the function of bile in digestion?

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The liver is responsible for the production of bile, while the gall bladder is responsible for storage. Bile aids in the digestion of fats through the process of emulsification.

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