Glucose is a monosaccheride which is build up by plants during photosynthesis.

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What is the substrate for glycogenesis?

In glycogenesis (i.e. the synthesis of glycogen), are sugar phosphates the direct substrates for glycogen polymerization? I would certainly think so since glucose is phosphorylated and then stuck onto ...
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Opening and Closing of stomata

Which is the more accepted theory for the opening and Closing of stomata : the sugar concentration theory or the k+ ion theory ?
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What's the highest glucose concentration (in mM) anywhere in the human body (tissue, capillaries, tumor microenvironment, etc.)?

Glucose blood levels are around 5mM, or 10mM after meals. In capillaries these levels can rise by about 40 %. I haven't found measurements of glucose concentration in tissues, or in extracellular ...
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Storage of energy in muscles vs fat depos

How does the body control, where consumed energy (fat, glucose) is stored? And what is its strategy? More specific: 1) How does the body control storing glucose in muscles and not as (subcutan) fat? ...
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Hyperglycemia in Type 1 Diabetes?

Glucose transporters GLUT1, GLUT2, are always present in hepatocytes membrane and GLUT3 on brain cells but the glucose transporters for skeletal muscles, cardiac cells and adipose tissue are not ...
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Electrically facilitated active transport across a membrane

I'm trying to go back to school to do a PhD in control theory, specifically concerned with control of glucose. The glucose system can be controlled using two chemicals: insulin and glucagon. I was ...