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Supplemental Points Assignment

Supplemental Points Assignment - Tanisha Billups BIO 120...

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Tanisha Billups BIO 120 November 1, 2010 BIO 120 Supplemental Points Assignment FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS FOR POINTS. Please consider yeast as a unicellular organism to demonstrate basic principles of cellular respiration (all relevant reaction pathways). Write a short (no more than two pages at 1.5 line spacing) description detailing what a suspension of yeast would do with a solution of glucose in an open-air environment at 37oC. In your type-written, response include the following: 1. Enzymatic and cellular processes involved (must include input and output molecules). 2. How and why you would use bromothymol blue and any color change to monitor the progress of reactions (production of output molecules). 3. Describe how reactions or pathways might change if the test tube was placed on ice (0oC) or in boiling water (100oC). 4) Describe what processes would continue to a point, what processes would stop and why if the test tube was sealed with a rubber stopper.
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