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Click to edit Master subtitle style  7/7/11 Biol 1208 Review The results you  should  have gotten and in turn should  know With Love, Laura and Whitney
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 7/7/11 What to expect  100 points broken down into: fill in the blank,  short answer, graphing, experimental design,  data analysis and practical problems Some questions might be pulled from the  quizzes or very similar. 
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 7/7/11 Rules for the Final  Bring a calculator, no cell phone calcs will be  allowed All cell phones need to be off and then will be  stored in your backpack at the front of the class No hats Pencil or Pen  Closed toed shoes
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 7/7/11 Lab Safety Yes, you will have to know some about it so  just review it
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 7/7/11 What is Science? A process to answer questions to understand the world around us  A body of knowledge facts
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 7/7/11 What is this process? Scientific Method What are the components of  this? Testing, Observation, Models,  and Predictions
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 7/7/11 Observation Model or generalization Test Predictive Statements Scientific Method
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 7/7/11 Hypothesis Ho-  (null hypothesis) no difference between the  control group and the experimental group Ha-  (alternative hypothesis) there is a difference  between the control group and the experimental  group
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 7/7/11 Pipetting We hope you know how to do this at this  point… You use a serological pipette for everything  except the last lab you did, which was a  micropipette Serological- super accurate because the  appropriate amount of fluid is drawn into it 
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 7/7/11 PI-PUMPS A tt a c t 1 Attach to 1 ml pipet
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 7/7/11 Spectrophotometry Spectrophotometer:  instrument designed to  detect the amount of radiant energy  absorbed or transmitted by colored  molecules. Output: 1.  Percent Transmittance  (0-100%) Use to zero and blank 
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 7/7/11 Spectrophotometer—How It Works
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 7/7/11 Order these tubes from lowest to  highest dye concentration Image of 4 tubes in random order
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 7/7/11 What is the Relationship between  Absorbance and Concentration? Beer’s Law = As absorbance increases,  concentration increases At a given wavelength of light A=elc A= absorbance e= absorptivity (constant for a given substance) l=length of the path (constant for a given 
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Standard  Curve Resource used to convert the absorbance  Figure 1.  Absorbance for known concentrations of  compound X at 510nm.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  7/7/11 Enzyme 1 Lab
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 7/7/11 What is an Enzyme?
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2011 for the course BIOL BIOL 1208 taught by Professor Wischusen during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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