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Is it possible to live without iodine? (sea plants, seaweed or fish?)

Iodine is a component of the thyroid hormones, thyroxine and triiodothyronine, so it is indeed a human nutritional requirement. According to this Harvard University webpage, milk (especially), eggs ...
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Membrane Potential Question

Usually we use the Goldman Equation when calculating membrane potential with multiple ions and the Nernst equation for calculating reversal potentials for individual ions. Try out the Goldman Equation ...
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How is it known that there are only three macronutrients: proteins carbohydrates and lipids?

Summary The question is based on the misconception that the term “macronutrient” originated as a scientific definition, to which entities satisfying this definition were assigned. In fact it was a ...
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