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- Tue Feb 24, 2009 8:46 pm
- Forum: Molecular Biology
- Topic: Fermentation and Respiration
- Replies: 2
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hi there, hope this helps. 1. i believe there will be a boom and bust situation here. if you increase the number of yeast cells the production of ATP will increse for a while but it will then fall again. this is due to the fact that the increased number of cells is using the glucose that much quicke...
sorry my bad. was late last night when i was doing that and i hit the wrong buttons on my calculator lol yeah the above post is correct. so just to clarift: 0.27*0.27 or 0.27^2 = 0.0729 0.63*0.63 or 0.63^2 = 0.3969 now you find the square of the above values: square of 0.0729 = 0.27 square of 0.3969...
hi, I have a little problem with the question u have posted. are you sure those are the right percentage values. because the square of each, eg. the square of 0.27 = 0.52 (rounded up) and the sqaure of 0.63 = 0.79 (rounded) however both these values add up to give 1.31 which in hardyweinberg should ...