Explanation The results would be like described in the hypothesis because the

Explanation the results would be like described in

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would have no tubes with the solution abundant on the left side. Explanation: The results would be like described in the hypothesis because the solutions would move in a hypo- to hyper- pattern. This means that solutions with a lower concentration of sucrose would move to solutions with a higher concentration of sucrose. So, the flask with 0.8M of sucrose would have three tubes with the solution more abundant on the left side because it has the highest concentration of sucrose; therefore, would always cause the rest of the solutions to move more towards its side. The same thing applies for the flask with 0.2M of sucrose, yet flipped. This means that it would always move to the right side since it has the lowest concentration of sucrose. The flask with 0.6M f sucrose
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would only have two tubes with the solution abundant on the left side because only the flasks with 0.2M and 0.4M of sucrose would cause that sort of reaction. Finally, the flask with 0.4M of sucrose would only have one tube with the solution abundant on the left side because only the flask with 0.2 would cause that reaction. 2. The sodium potassium pump is an electrogenic pump which transfers 3 Na+ from the cytoplasm out to the extracellular fluid. At the beginning of this process, the pump has a very high affinity for Na+ and allows three at a time to be transported across the membrane. This binding stimulates phosphorylation by ATP by transferring a phosphate group to the transport protein. This phosphorylation leads to change in shape for the
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  • Fall '17
  • Randy Smith
  • Sodium, Flask B, Flask C

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