Written out results lab 4

Written out results lab 4 - observed that Tube 2 had the...

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Results: In this experiment we were attempting to discover the affects of different substances, solutions, and environmental changes on enzyme catalyzed reactions. The first experiment helped us discover how inhibitors would affect enzyme catalyzed reactions. The optimum mixture was Tube 3 because there were no inhibitors. When inhibitors were added to the mixture the rate of reaction slowed down (Table I). In the second experiment we observed that Tube 1 had the optimal absorbance change for the effect of enzyme concentration (Table II a and Graph II aa). In the third experiment we
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Unformatted text preview: observed that Tube 2 had the optimal absorbance change for the effect of substrate concentration (Table II b and Graph II ab). In the fourth experiment we observed the effect of pH on ezyme activity. The optimum pH for this experiment was pH 12 (Table III a). For the fifth experiment it was observed that 37 o C was the optimum temperature for a mixture containing an enzyme. The optimum temperature for a mixture that does not contain an enzyme is 100 o C....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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