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Unformatted text preview: enzyme was added to catechol the concentration slightly increased. Catechol had an overall higher concentration then that of resorcinol and hydroquinone. When the enzyme was added to resorcinol the concentration decreased slightly then increased. When the enzyme was added hydroquinone the concentration steadily decreased. What are the important results relative to your hypotheses? For each substrate solution by adding the enzyme it caused the concentration to either increase or decrease slightly. This evidence supports the alternative hypothesis proving that the enzyme would have an affect on the overall reaction and the concentration. Although, the graph indicates not much change the concentration of the substrate was still being altered. Also according to the graph catechol, resorcinol, and hydroquinone were statistically significant....
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- Spring '11
- Biology, Null hypothesis, Statistical hypothesis testing, Brooke Miller, 180 seconds, Chelsea Clouatre