... no additional equipment is needed. The apparatus consists of two bags, one empty
and one with the fluid, connected via flexible tubing to a Y-shaped ... peritoneal cavity. Because the full bag of fluid is clamped off but the empty
bag is not, the effluent (used dialysis fluid) from within the peritoneum ...
... where photosynthesis actually takes place. A stack of thylakoids is called a granum . A thylakoid looks like a flattened disk, and inside is an empty
area called the thylakoid space or lumen. The photosynthesis reaction takes place on the surface of the thylakoid.
The photosynthetic proteins ...
... membranous compositions.
The transport vesicles from the ER fuse with the cis face of the Golgi apparatus (to the cisternae) and empty
their protein content into the Golgi lumen . The proteins are then transported through the medial region towards the trans face and are modified ...
... the expected genotype frequencies obtained using the HWP. For systems where there are large numbers of alleles, this may result in data with many empty
possible genotypes and low genotype counts, because there are often not enough individuals present in the sample to adequately represent all genotype ...
... convoluted tubule consisting of four sections: the proximal tubule , loop of Henle , distal tubule , and collecting duct . The collecting ducts empty
into the central cavity of the kidney, the renal pelvis , which connects to the ureter . Each human kidney has about a million nephrons.