Can someone explain the basis of the citric acid cycle?

Can someone explain the basis of the citric acid cycle?

  • HOW TO WRITE A SUMMARY

How do you write the perfect summary?

The main challenge in writing “the perfect summary” lies in the natural inclination to explain and expand on the important points in an author’s text that by themselves constitute a summary….

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  • SCIENCE

An icicle with mass 13lb that has the shape of a perfect cone is dropped from 25 feet above the…

First convert the measurements into standard units. If the perfect cone shaped icicle weighs 13lb then it weighs (13 x 0.454) kg = 5.897kg If it is dropped from a height of 25ft, in metres this is…

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  • THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES

What were the circumstances of Sir Charles Baskerville’s death in The Hound of the Baskervilles?

Sir Charles dies of a heart attack, but he is really murdered by his neighbor Mr. Stapleton. Charles Baskerville died in a “sudden and tragic death,” and it was his death that led to Sherlock…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

When is Juliet’s birthday in Romeo and Juliet?

Juliet’s birthday is on July 31st. That date is known as Lammas Eve. August 1st is Lammas Day, which is the festival of the wheat harvest. It is the first of all the festivals of the year. The…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

How do the police use the citizens to try and catch Montag in Fahrenheit 451?

Society has been mobilized against Montag. When Montag is on the run, the police put out a citizens alert to mobilize the public against him. They are hoping that they can make the public fear him…

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  • WILLIAM COWPER

Whose voice is depicted in William Cowper’s poem The Negro’s Complaint?

William Cowper’s poem The Negro’s Complaint is narrated by an African slave. From the poem’s opening lines, it is clear that Cowper, a noted abolitionist, intended to depict the inhumanity…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is a possible hypothesis for a situation where the manipulated variable is the number of…

Your original posting did not include an actual question. I have edited in a way that reflected what I thought you were trying to ask. I hope I have made the correct assumption about what you…

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  • LOCKDOWN

What are do Maurice and Mr.Hooft value most?

Maurice values his nine-year-old sister Icy. While Maurice has fallen into criminal activity and struggles to see a happy future for himself, his sister represents hope. She is academically…

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  • HEALTH

Hello, speak on the reform known as Obama Care. thanks!

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111-148) – derisively referred to as “Obamacare” – was a fundamental and substantial “reform” of the nation’s health care…

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  • SONG OF MYSELF

Based on the heroes that Whitman catalogues and describes in Song of Myself section 33, what do…

In Section 31-33 of Leaves of Grass, Whitman’s rambling lines resonate the vitality of a world of nature and man that is unconfined. With the use of his senses, this poet becomes confirmed in the…

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  • WILFRED OWEN

Discuss what features make Owen’s poetry so strikingly distinctive and timelessly relevant?…

Wilfred Owen was a British poet who, in sharp contrast to such patriotic poets as Rupert Brooke, debunked the glorification of war and wrote instead of the horrors of World War I as well as the…

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  • THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH

Based on The Epic of Gilgamesh, how would one answer the following: 1.In what ways do…

As we are limited in space, below are a few ideas to help get you started.It cannot fully be said that Gilgamesh’s deeds advanced and preserved his society of Uruk because The Epic of Giglamesh is…

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  • THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH

1.In what ways do Gilgamesh’s deeds help advance or preserve that society? 2. What do…

I think the note of conclusion that is struck in the epic is one where Gilgamesh understands his purpose as being geared towards social betterment. Gilgamesh had carried himself for much of the…

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  • I AM NUMBER FOUR

What happens in Ohio?

I Am Number Four centers around a boy from an alien planet who is being hunted down by another alien species called the Mogadorians. But he can only be killed once numbers 1,2, and 3 from his world…

  • THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH
  1. What does The Epic of Gilgamesh have to say abut the nature of good and evil? In what parts…

Through his narrative, I think that The Epic of Gilgamesh speaks clearly about how good can conquer evil. Gilgamesh’s birth leaves the reader to understand the nature of redemption as a part of…

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  • HISTORY

Please provide a brief summary of how Islam influenced West Africa.

Before we begin, let me explain some background information. Once Muhammad and his followers (the umma) made Islam the majority religion in Mecca, his followers agreed to spread Islam. One of the…

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  • NIGHT

What is the community’s impression of the soldiers when they first arrive in Night by Elie Wiesel?

The community is reassured by the German soldiers at first, because they seem polite. As hard as it is to believe, the people in Elie Wiesel’s community have no idea what the German soldiers are…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

From Chapters 10-11 of The Sun Also Rises, compare Bill and Jake’s comments on surroundings…

The presence of Brett Ashley, a beautiful, but emasculating woman who wears her hair combed back more like a man and whose name is even masculine, causes some dissension among the men. For, after…

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  • REFERENCE

What is Act IV about in Romeo and Juliet?

Act 4 is the turning point of the play. Romeo has been exiled for killing Tybalt. Juliet’s parents still want her to marry Paris. Juliet is in deep mourning for Romeo. Act 4 begins with Paris…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

The question is attached. Part B is the question of most interest. 1 image

According to the Washington Council on International Trade, comparative advantage is “the ability to produce a good at a lower cost, relative to other goods, compared to another country”. The…

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  • REFERENCE

Who was Ella Deloria?

Ella Cara Deloria (1889-1971) is best known for her contributions in the fields of education, linguistics, ethnography, ethnology, and anthropological cultural studies. Besides these, she was also…

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  • MATH

If two dice are rolled once, what is the probability that it will show a multiple of 3 or 4?

The probability of an event is a ratio of the number of all favorable outcomes (rolling a multiple of 3 or 4) to the number of all possible outcomes. There are 36 possible outcomes of rolling two…

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  • SCIENCE

Compare renewable and non-renewable resources. What are the benefits of renewable resources?

I assume that you are asking about renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy. Renewable sources of energy are those that humans do not deplete when they use them. Examples of this are things…

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  • MATH

Can anyone please help with how to estimate and interpret the intercepts of a graph for the… 1 image

Based on the given graph, it goes up from left to right, so the slope is positive. Since the graph goes up from left to right it means that as x increases y also increases. The independent variable…

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  • TARTUFFE

How important is the character of Cleante in Act I, Scene V of Tartuffe? What is one important…

  1. Cleante is the voice of reason. When he returns from two days in the country, Dorine, waiting maid to Marianne, informs Orgon’s brother-in-law that Elmire has been ill, but Orgon has paid…

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  • NECTAR IN A SIEVE

Several times while in the city Rukmani refers to the stone goddess or god in the temple where…

Nectar in a Sieve is the story of Rukmani. She is an old woman when the story begins and she tells her life story. She was the daughter of a village headman, who having fallen on hard times,…

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  • NECTAR IN A SIEVE

In Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve, several times Rukmani refers to the stone god and…

One example of Rukmani’s reference to her stone god and goddess in the temple can be seen in the moment of severe drought just after two of her sons start working in the tannery. In chapter 13,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

As Scout is being attacked in To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee hints that the attacker is Bob…

The reader knows that Bob Ewell has threatened the children, and Scout smells whiskey. Before Scout and Jem are even attacked, we have reason to believe it might be Ewell that did it. He…

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  • REFERENCE

Economics Consider a Ricardian trade model with two countries A and B which produce…

Previously I have answered parts a) and b) of this multiple-question post. Here I will go on to answer parts c) and d), which require the results from part b) (see previous answer referenced…

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  • ARTS

Why is Caravaggio considered so much more influential than other similar artists of his time?

Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio) was well known for his incredible use of chiaroscuro (http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/who-chiaroscuro-42543). His oil paintings are primarily of…

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  • HISTORY

What three reasons does Benjamin Franklin give for finally agreeing to accept the Constitution?

Although I do not know for certain what you are reading in this class, I will assume that your question refers to a speech that Benjamin Franklin gave to the Constitutional Convention. This speech…

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  • THE RENAISSANCE

What are four characteristics of the Renaissance?

The Renaissance, or “Rebirth,” was a revival of learning and art in Europe after the Dark Ages. Here are major characteristics of this period: 1. The influence of the Italian scholar Petrarch, who…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What is he difference between West Egg and East Egg? What sets these two areas apart?

In The Great Gatsby, there are two cities that are separated by the Valley of Ashes. These two cities are knows as East Egg and West Egg and there are two different classes of wealth in these…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the ideologies and ethnocentric practices that give rise to and perpetuate oppression…

The Public Broadcasting Service series Latino Americans presents over the course of six hours the history of the experience of Mexicans and Mexican Americans families in territories once occupied…

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  • WE THE ANIMALS

How does We the Animals explore the theme of discovery?

Presented as an episodic bildungsroman, We the Animals truly does reverberate the theme of discovery. Why is it episodic? It is episodic because it is presented in different “episodes” which…

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  • REFERENCE

Does the nature of terrorist activities and attacks extend the range of options permissible both…

The answer to this is, of course, a matter of opinion. There is no objective way to determine what actions are and are not ethical. My own view is that the nature of terrorism does extend the…

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  • MATH

Given the diagram for 4 cows, 5 cows, and 6 cows (attached) how many squares of fencing are… 1 image

In order to find the number of squares of fencing needed to fence in 100 cows, I started by looking for what was in common for each fence. By looking at the diagrams the first thing I notice is…

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  • SCIENCE

Cyanide is a poison that prevents the cell from using oxygen. Which organelle is directly affected?

Cyanide poisoning is a form of histotocix hypoxia, because the cells of an organism are unable to use oxygen, primarily through the inhibition of the enzyme cytochrome c oxidase. This enzyme is…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What did Jem and Scout find in the knot hole of the oak tree in To Kill a Mockingbird? Who do you…

Scout and Jem find several treasures including chewing gum, pennies, soap dolls carved to look like them, a spelling medal, and a gold watch. They were left there by Boo Radley. The children begin…

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  • NIGHT

In Night, assess how young Eliezer views the world and his place in it.

I think that part of what makes Night so powerful is that it depicts how a person who has a firm notion of identity in the world was destabilized as a result of political and personal cruelty. As…

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  • NIGHT

In Night, how does young Elie view the world and his place in it?

In the preface to a new edition of his memoir of life in the concentration camps, Elie Wiesel offers a telling glimpse into the ways in which his experiences shaped his perceptions of the world in…

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  • LITERATURE

What are the purpose of stories?

There are a number of reasons why stories have been told over thousands of years, and in different formats and styles. Story-telling has been around virtually since the dawn of man. Cave drawings…

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  • LITERATURE

I need help on a book report for Alex Finn’s Beastly.

Often, book reports (especially for middle school & early high school students) consist of the following components: title, author, characters, summary, opinion. Title, author, and characters…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Briefly describe the concepts of division of labor and the assembly line. Putting yourself in…

Given how the nature of this writing assignment is an individualized one, I think you are going to have to shoulder much of the heavy lifting on your own. You can get some ideas here, and,…

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  • KON-TIKI

What is the rising action?

Rising action in literature are the series of events that build up initial tension or suspense towards the climax of the story. It is a very important part of the story since it captivates readers…

  • THE METAMORPHOSIS

In The Metamorphosis, what do the word choices associated with Gregor’s appearance reveal about…

Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis proposes a narrative to readers that should not be read without some understanding of the author’s life as well as the literary movements of Surrealism begun by…

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  • BORIS PASTERNAK

What is the meaning of the poem “Summer” by Boris Pasternak? What would be an analysis of the…

The principal meaning of the poem “Summer”, by Russian writer Boris Pasternak, is a celebration of the natural beauty of summer and the attendant sights and sounds and the freedom at the time that…

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  • MATH

Simplify 624624 .

624624 In this fraction, the numerator is smaller compared to the denominator. So, this is classified as proper fraction. To simplify fractions, we have to refer to the GCF of the numerator and…

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  • SCIENCE

Can someone explain the basis of the citric acid cycle?

The citric acid cycle, also known as the TCA (Tri-carboxylic acid) cycle or the Krebs cycle, is the name given to the cycle of oxidation-reduction reactions in the mitochondria of the cells of…

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  • ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

From Chapter 2 in All Quiet on the Western Front, why does Paul refer to his generation as a…

Paul articulates the condition of young men sent to the front in World War I. Paul sees his generation, a young one, as comprising the vast majority of soldiers sent towards military action in the…

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