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The postabsorptive state relies on stores of ________ in the ________. a. insulin;

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The postabsorptive state relies on stores of ________ in the ________. a. insulin; pancreas b. glucagon; pancreas c. glycogen; liver d. glucose; liver

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Biology Notes- Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 ● Genomics and proteomics have transformed biological inquiry and application ○ Once DNA structure and its relationship to amino acid sequence is understood, biologists looked to decode genes by learning about their base sequences ○ Rapid development of faster and less expensive methods of sequencing was a side effect of the Human Genome Project ○ Can predict predisposition to a genetic disease ● DNA and proteins as tape measures of evolution ○ Gene sequences and their protein products document heredity background of an organism ○ Linear sequences of DNA molecules are passed from parents to offspring ○ Extend concept of “molecular genealogy” to relationships between species ● Sickle-cell Disease ○ Slight change in primary structure can affect protein’s structure and ability to function ○ An inherited blood disorder, results from single amino acid substitution in the hemoglobin protein ■ Capacity to carry oxygen is reduced ■ Immune to malaria Chapter 6 ● All organisms made of cells ● Cells are the simplest collection of matter that can be alive ● All cells are related by their descent from earlier cells ● Cells can differ substantially from one another but share common features 6.1: Biologists use microscopes and the tools of biochemistry to study cells ○ Microscopy:

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The postabsorptive state relies on stores of ________ in the ________. a. insulin;