Study Guide for Biology Lab Practical II

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Study Guide for Biology Lab Practical II Week One—Fermentation What is fermentation? What is its significance? Make comments about the validity of the following hypothesis: Cellular metabolism requires some extrinsic source of chemical energy. The enzyme enolase is involved in the anaerobic metabolic pathway in yeast. The decrease in metabolic rate is proportional to the concentration of enzyme inhibitor. The reaction during 2-phosphoglyceric acid is converted to phosphoenol pyruvic acid requires the presence of Mg++. The magnesium ion is said to function as a co-factor. What is a co-factor? Non-protein molecule required for the functioning of an enzyme. What is a co-enzyme? Protein (organic) molecule serving as a co-factor. Name some organisms that carry on alcoholic fermentation. Week Two—Animal Tissues Define a tissue. Types of tissue Epithelial—tissues that cover (epidermis) Connective—Dermis Specialized Tissues to study (epidermis—purple, dermis—pink) Stratified squamous epithelium-Frog slide—dermis, epidermis, poison glands (bulbous), melanocytes (brown).
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