SG Lab #4 Quiz Answers

SG Lab #4 Quiz Answers - General Biology 101 Lab#4 Study...

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General Biology 101 Lab #4: Study Guide Quiz Answers **NOTES FOR LAB REPORTS: (Text Pages 128-132 May Be Useful)** 1) Citation References at end of report (for LAB MANUAL) should look like: Davis, B., D. Martin, and staff. 2005. General Biology 119:101: A Laboratory Manual. Division of Life Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. 2) Citation (of lab manual; textbook) WITHIN the text of your lab report should look like: (Davis et al. 2005) ; (Solomon et al. 2005) 1) a. Enzyme - an organic catalyst (usually a protein) that accelerates a specific chemical reaction by lowering the activation energy required for that protein. b. Substrate - a substance on which an enzyme acts; a reactant in an enzymatically catalyzed reaction. c. Product - substance formed by a chemical reaction. 2) a. Enzyme – Alkaline Phosphat ASE *Note: Enzymes end in –ASE b. Substrate- pNPP (p-Nitro-Phenyl Phosphate) c. Product- pNP + Pi (p-Nitrophenol + Inorganic Phosphate) 3) a. Sodium Molybdate (Non-Competitive Inhibitor) –
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