Unit 2 part 2 - Lindsay Kramer Partners James Deorio Michael Bailey Greg Thelusiua BMS 113-70 Unit 2 Part 2 Our hypothesis states the increase and

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Unformatted text preview: Lindsay Kramer Partners: James Deorio, Michael Bailey, Greg Thelusiua BMS 113-70 Unit 2, Part 2 Our hypothesis states the increase and decrease of the temperature will not be a factor that affects the enzymes reactions. The independent variable in our experiment is the increase and decrease of the temperature. This is because as we adjust the variable we assume that the reactions will have no different responses. The dependent variable is the enzymes reactions and their absorbance rate. This is the variable because the amount of absorbance changes respectively with the temperature they were exposed to. The control variable is the room temperature beaker, at approximately 25ºC. This beaker is the control variable because as we measure all the beakers, we can relate back to the control. We can also look at previous graphs, from part one of this experiment, which control....
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course BMS 113 taught by Professor Kapper during the Spring '08 term at Central Connecticut State University.

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Unit 2 part 2 - Lindsay Kramer Partners James Deorio Michael Bailey Greg Thelusiua BMS 113-70 Unit 2 Part 2 Our hypothesis states the increase and

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