Enzyme II Worksheet (answers)

Enzyme II Worksheet (answers) - BIO 120 Enzyme II...

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BIO 120 Winter 2008 Enzyme II Worksheet: (10 pts) Name:______________________ What were the results of your experimental tubes on page 6-1? Use a “+” to indicate that a reaction occurred and a “-“ for no reaction. Tube 1: _____Tube 2: ______Tube 3: _____ Tube 4: _____Tube 5:_____Tube 6: _____ 1. What do these results indicate about HCl, PTU, and heat? (.5 pt) They are acting as inhibitors (results varied among classes) 2. What tube(s) is the control for tube 2 in an experiment intended to show whether the reaction requires the enzyme? Explain. (1 pt) Tube 4 because it does not contain the enzyme prep (the experimental variable in this case) 3. What tube(s) is the control for tube 2 in an experiment intended to show whether the reaction requires catechol? Explain. (1pt) Tube 1 because it does not contain catechol (the experimental variable in this case) 4. Tube 2 is the control in an experiment to determine whether an enzyme is responsible for speeding up the reaction. The experimental tube(s) was treated in
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 120 taught by Professor Throgerson during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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Enzyme II Worksheet (answers) - BIO 120 Enzyme II...

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