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5th year medical student who loves explaining difficult concepts in an easy to understand way. I have years of experience teaching kids and have helped them acheived their target grades and above including grade 9+ in the sciences! Would love to help your child reach and surpass their limits!

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Asked by Audrey

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Why does the glucose need to be phosphorylated? Just to give it energy?
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By glucose being phosphorylated, a phosphate ion is removed from ATP resulting in ADP forming. The process of ATP to ADP is what gives off the energ...Learn more

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What layer of skin contains the blood vessels and nerves?
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Dermis and hypodermis

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What is a sperm?
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Sperm is the genetic carrier for fertilisation in a man

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In a neural pathway, what is a synapse?
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The region in which one neurone is connected to another neurone (via synaptic gap)

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What happens to glucose in the kidneys?
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Glucose is normally fully reabsorbed in the proximal convoluted tubule (PCT). However in cases where the kidney has been damaged for instance in dia...Learn more

Asked by Liam

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My newborn child is AB+ and my husband's blood type is O. My blood type is A+. Is this possible?
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No this isn’t possible because B needs to be acquired from one of the parents for the child to have a chance of AB