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Unformatted text preview: BIO LAB – July 28, 2010 Activity #2 Biomolecules and Molecular Transport Cordoba, Lance Oliver B. University of Asia and the Pacific ABSTRACT The experiment enabled the researcher to conduct a study on different biomolecules. Protein and Glucose substances were closely monitored via two conducted tests. Benedict’s Reagent and Biuret Reagent were mostly dealt in this experiment. INTRODUCTION Cells is the fundamental unit of life; made up of atoms and molecules which comprises of biomolecules. Where in Carbohydrates, Proteins, Lipids and Nucleic Acids are just several subjects. The experiment focused on using Biuret and Benedict’s reagent for testing if there are substances present in the test subject. At the end the researchers must be able to identify the if there are biomolecular substaces present in the test subjects. MATERIALS AND METHODS Materials: unknown substances in different beakers, 13 x 100 mm test tubes, Biuret reagent, iodine – potassium iodide (IKI) solution, Benedict’s reagent, detergent, beakers of water, gulaman plates, 1 M...
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