Question

Scaffolding proteins can hold together can permanently hold together signalling pathways.

 

Question 20 options:

  True
  False

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Science
Biology

Biochemistry

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Use a chi-square test to evaluate the fit of the observed numbers of progeny to the number expected ...

A: Chi-square test is one of the evaluative tests done to check the validity of a hypotheses. The hypot...

Q: Explain consanguineous mating?

A: The inheritance patterns for the inheritance of traits are autosomal dominant or recessive, or sex-l...

Q: What is the purpose of the targeting vector?

A: In molecular cloning, vector is a segment of DNA molecule, which is used as an artificial carrier of...

Q: What are the common sources for naturalantibiotics? How do these antimicrobial drugs differfrom grow...

A: Introduction: Antibiotics are medicines or drugs that act against bacterial infections and stop the ...

Q: How could the multicellular forms achieve such enormous diversity in only 20–50 million years?

A: The pioneer unicellular cell originated between 3.8 and 4 billion years ago. Diverse forms of living...

Q: What do you mean by nucleolus?

A: Cell, the unit of life, is composed of various organelles, which play vital role in the functioning ...

Q: In india, the organisation responsible for accessing the safety of introducing genetically modified ...

A: Genetically modified organisms are the organisms that have been engineered genetically meaning that ...

Q: During interphase,   Question options:   DNA is replicated since it roughly doubles fr...

A: INTRODUCTION Interphase is the phase in the longest phase of the cell cycle which includes G1, S AND...

Q: Which gas was released during bhopal tragedy?

A: The Bhopal disaster, which is also referred to as Bhopal gas tragedy, was a gas leak incident on the...

Q: The electron transport chain   Question 6 options:   creates NADH   None...

A: The electron transport chain allows the electrons to move from one complex to another. There are fou...

Q: What happens when an individual receives a transfusion with an incompatible blood type?

A: The blood is a fluid connective tissue formed of liquid portion plasma, and the solid portion called...

Q: What is the dominant second trophic level, in a lake ecosystem?

A: The ecology is the study of all living beings and their interaction with the environment. It include...

Q: What are vertibrates and its types?

A: INTRODUCTION: Vertebrates consist of all species of animals which are present in the subphylum verte...

Q: Differntiate between order and class with example in living world?

A: Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who classified the animals as they lived on water, air, or land. T...

Q: Differentiate between cerebrum and spinal cord on the basis of arrangement of cytons and axons of ne...

A: The brain is the main part of the body that controls every action in our body. It is located in the ...

Q: WHAT IF? If you mated two purple-flowered plants from the P generation,what ratio of traits would yo...

A: Gregor Johann Mendel was an Augustinian monk. He worked on garden pea for the genetic experiment and...

Q: Which organism(s) would likely be classified as an alkaliphile?

A: The pH is a negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration. It measures how many hydrogen ions...

Q: What is the difference between the concepts of food chain and food web?

A: For an ecosystem to work, energy is essential. The energy transfer in an ecosystem can be studied un...

Q: What is cyclosporin? How are fungi related to this substance?

A: Immunosuppressive drugs are drugs that inhibit or prevent activity of the immune system. Immunosuppr...

Q: Examine the male and female pelves. Look formajor differences between them. Noteespecially the flare...

A: The male and female anatomy is suited for the corresponding functions. The pelvis is the region, whi...

Q: Bacterial cells communicate with each other via   Question 2 options:   cell junctions...

A: Cell to cell communication means when a cell either a unicellular organism or cells in aggregate tis...

Q: Which nerve projects to the hypothalamus to indicatethe level of light stimuli in the retina?a. glos...

A: The nervous system consists of neural tissues. Neurons, also known as nerve cells are the fundamenta...

Q: A human disease known as vitamin D–resistant rickets isinherited as an X-linked dominant trait. If a...

A: Sex determination is the process by which an individual develops into a female or a male. The chromo...

Q: What is the essential condition for a protein to be identical to another protein?

A: Proteins are one of the most important macronutrients for our bodies. It is composed of various amin...

Q: Give the function of lateral line system?

A: Vertebrates comprise all species of animals within the subphylum Vertebrata. Vertebrates include gro...

Q: What are endorphins and enkephalins? What are prostaglandins?

A: Endocrinology is the study of science that deals with hormones secreted by endocrine glands. Endocri...

Q: What is the bestidentification hypothesis for aplant tissue seen under themicroscope having most cel...

A: Plant cells are eukaryotic cells, which have a true nucleus along with specialized structures called...

Q: WRITE ABOUT A THEME: INTERACTIONS In a short essay(100–150 words), summarize phytochrome’s role in a...

A: Phytochromes are a class of photoreceptor in plants, which help to detect light. They are sensitive ...

Q: How was the concluded that gene are located on chromosomes?

A: Gene along with the histone protein forms the chromatin that eventually results in the formation of ...

Q: What is the molecular explanation for maternal effect?a. The father’s gene is silenced at fertilizat...

A: The maternal-effect is the influence on the phenotypic expression in an embryo or progeny due to the...

Q: Watch this video (http://openstaxcollege.org/l/3Dpelvis) for a 3-D view of the pelvis and its associ...

A: Pelvis is the lower region of a human body and is present in between thighs and abdomen. This region...

Q: Explain the sequence of the four letters of the DNA alphabet?

A: Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) consists of genetic instructions in the form of gene sequences. These se...

Q: What happens if the coronary artery gets an internal clot?

A: Blood vessels are the components of the circulatory system. It transports blood throughout the human...

Q: Define the following with reference to ciliates: macronucleus, micronucleus, pellicle, undulating me...

A: Ciliates are a group of protozoan. It is characterized by the presence of organelles called cilia. T...

Q: List the seven characteristics of pea plants that Mendelchose to study

A: Gregor Johann Mendel was an Augustinian monk. He worked on garden pea for the genetic experiment and...

Q: What is a response element? How do response elements bring about the coordinated expression of eukar...

A: DNA is the main constituent of the chromosome. It contains all information about protein that forms ...

Q: Draw a picture that illustrates how DNA helicase works.

A: Deoxy ribonucleic acid (DNA) is the genetic material of most organisms that carry coded genetic info...

Q: State the exact location of guard cells.

A: The plant cells are eukaryotic cells present in green plants, photosynthetic eukaryotes of the kingd...

Q: What are some of the ethical concerns arising out of the information produced by the Human Genome Pr...

A: Genotype is the genetic makeup of an organism. Human Genome Project includes the sequencing and anal...

Q: What critical event occurs during the S phase of the eukaryoticcell cycle?a. Cells make a decision o...

A: The cell cycle is the series of events that take place in a cell leading to division and duplication...

Q: Certain villages in India are very conservative where their women are required to wear clothes that ...

A: INTRODUCTION: Women in certain villages wear covered clothes and they suffer from bone pain, muscle ...

Q: The allele frequency of C is 0.4 and c is 0.6. If the population is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, w...

A: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium is an essential principle in Genetics, which states that the genetic vari...

Q: Labeo is said to be physostomous. Why ?

A: Labeo is a genus that belongs to the family Cyprinidae. This genus consists of carps which include s...

Q: What is the difference between sister chromatids and homologous chromosomes?

A: Homologous chromosomes are those chromosomes that have the same set of genes but are not genetically...

Q: Tim and Jan both have freckles, but their son Michael does not. Show with a Punnett square how this ...

A: Freckles are small brown spots on the skin. Mostly in areas which get sun exposure. In most of the c...

Q: Name two sex linked diseases in females.

A: A genetic disorder is an alteration in the genetic composition of the individual for one or more gen...

Q: Describe the function of the mesentery.

A: Mesentery is a newly subjected organ in the abdomen with continuous foldings of peritoneum (membrano...

Q: A brown mouse is mated to a white mouse and all of their offspring are brown. Define and assign symb...

A: INTRODUCTION: WHEN A BROWN MOUSE IS MATED WITH WHITE MOUSE When a brown mouse is mated with white mo...

Q: Which checkpoint does the cell check for nutrients, growth factors, and DNA damage?   Question 9 o...

A: Cell division is a natural process in which a parent cell divides into two daughter cells. Cell cycl...

Q: Which of the following is true regarding where mitosis and meiosis occur within multicellular organi...

A: Actively divided cells go to the series of stages referred to as cell cycle. It is divided into four...