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Figure 2 using data from the class spreadsheet table

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Figure 2: Usingdata from the class spreadsheet(Table 5), prepare a graph ofthe average (mean) Absorbance versus Concentration for the standard curveanalysis. See an example of Figure 2 layout on the next page. Each averagevalue will be a point on the graph. Be sure that the independent variable (proteinconcentration) is on the X-axis and the dependent variable (Abs562nm) is on the Y-axis. The standard deviation values will be represented by error bars on thegraph. Use Excel help to display error bars that correspond to respective valuesof standard deviation for each point on the graph. Write a full caption/legend,including a title and brief description of the data presented, and place itbelowthe figure. It should describe the central concept of the graph and show thesource and purpose of the data.An example of Figure 2.5A paragraph describing and explaining the results presented in Figure 2. Pleasefollow instructions provided in section 3.6A paragraph describing and explaining your way of determining the concentrationof protein in a strawberry extract and calculating protein content in strawberries.Provide your data of blank-corrected absorbance values for all diluted samples ofa strawberry extract that you prepared. You may show them in a table or list inthe text. Explain why you can use only those strawberry extract samples whoseabsorbance values are within the range of Albumin standards for proteindetermination. Use your group standard curve (Figure 1) and your own data onstrawberry extracts (as you did in Table 6). Then determine protein concentrationin a strawberry extract using the cumulative standard curve generated oncombined class data (Figure 2) and your data on strawberry extracts. Based onthis value, calculate protein content in a strawberry (mg protein per gram ofstrawberry) as you did in Table 6.7Summarizing Table: Compare your data related to protein quantitation in astrawberry to the results of other members of your group and also to othergroup’s average data. Using all class data (Table 3 and Table 6) available ofCanvas, calculate average and standard deviation of strawberry protein contentfor each group and for the whole class. Use the layout below. You may apply any
design of your choice, but be sure that the format allows you to report all of theinformation indicated in a table below. Write a full caption, including a title andbrief description of the data presented, and place itabove the table8A paragraph describing and explaining the results presented in the SummarizingTable. Explain what is shown in column and rows. Describe how you performedcalculations..
Summarizing Table. Combined data showing protein content in strawberriesGroupnumberMass ofstrawberryStudentNameProteinamount per1g ofstrawberry,mg/gGroupAverageGroupStandarddeviationGroup 1Group 2Group 3Group 4Group 5Group 6Group 7Group 8Protein amount per 1g of strawberry, mg/g (class average) ____________Standard deviation of class average value____________
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Fall
Professor
Thomas Chen
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Biology, Standard Deviation, Triton, Strawberry

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