Properties_of_Enzymes_lab_4

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Name: Lab section Instructor name Date: Properties of Enzymes Hints on graphing: It is crucial to your grade that you properly label your graphs (x and y axis will not be counted as labels). In your graphs the Product Produced will always be the y-axis title (vertical axis ) The variable that you changed (Temperature, Substrate, pH) will always be on the x-axis (horizontal axis) and will change from graph to graph. The x and y axis must be in even increments, ex: 10, 20, 30 or 225, 325, 425, it can be any increment as long as it’s constant throughout the axis. They do not have to be the same for x and y. Some of your results may seem strange, but are instrumental in understanding the characteristics of enzymes. Be sure that you can explain your results. Part One (read pages 1-6, do not do the continuation experiments) 1. Show a Table of your results. Fill in the Incubation time, Temperature, pH and all your readings. (0.5 point ) Incubation time _60_ Temperature __27 pH
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