# Biochemistry

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1. An uncharged solute (S) is transported by symport with H+. The Delta Psi is -120 mV and the Delta pH is 1.
A) what is the expected Sin/Sout if the S:H+ symport ratio is 1:1?
B)what is the expected Sin/Sout if the S:H+ symport ratio is 1:2?
C)What would be the advantage for the cell to have a 1:1 ratio of S: H+ symport, compared to 1:2?
D)What would be the advantage for the cell to have a 1:2 ratio of S: H+ symport, compared to 1:1?

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