In the fasting state, which of the two regulators of blood glucose are more likely to be increased in the liver?
Insulin and glucagon are typically the two regulators of blood glucose in the body. In the liver, glucagon is more likely to be released in the fasting state, in order to maintain blood glucose levels by being broken down into glucose that can be used by the body.
Which organelle in plants is responsible for harnessing energy and storing it in the form of ATP and NADPH via photosynthesis?
Chloroplasts are photosynthetic organelles in plants that convert energy from sunlight into energy storing molecules ATP and NADPH through a process known as photosynthesis.
Bill is playing with his friends in the yard when he falls and feels a sharp pain in a bone in his forearm. If he holds his hands straight out with his palms facing down, he says that the pain is located on the medial side of his forearm towards his thumb. Which bone may Bill have injured while playing in the yard?
The medial bone in the forearm in relation to holding one's hands straight out with the palms facing down is the radius. It appears that Bill may have experienced an injury to the radius.