Ii co 2 production in plant embryos experiment dry

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II. CO2production in plant embryosExperiment (dry lab)seedsPhenol redcolor at 0min (initialcolor)Phenol redcolor at 60min (red,yellow, orfuchsia)Was there achange in pH?(yes or no)Is CO2 present orabsent?Bottle #1: (GERM)Red YellowYesYesBottle #2:(GERM - Boil)RedRedNoNo
Experiment (at home lab)Color of 5 ml of cabbage juicePale PurpleColor of 5 ml of cabbage juice afterblowing CO2 bubblesVibrant PurpleseedsCabbagejuice colorat 0 minCabbage juicecolor at 60min (lighter,darker orsame color)Was there achange in pH?(yes or no)Is CO2 presentor absent?Jar #1: germinating (boiled)VioletDarkeryespresentJar #2: germinating (notboiled)Violet LighternoabsentIII. The mitochondrion Experiment (dry lab)Match the descriptions to the labels below. 2a. CO2production3b. Site for electron transport chain and ATP-synthesizing enzymes4c. Surrounds the organelle1d. Compartment between outer and inner membranes4. Outer membrane3. Matrix2. Inner membrane/cristae1. Intermembrane space
IV. Fermentation in yeast Experiment (at home lab)Record the amount of CO2(as none, some or most).Container#Amount ofsucroseEstimateamount ofCO2at 0minutesEstimateamount ofCO2at 12hours (none,some or most)11 teaspoon 0some210 teaspoons 0most30 0noneQUESTIONS:1.We know that yeast utilizes glucose (monosaccharide) for energyand produces carbon dioxide. You added sucrose (disaccharide) to your yeast solution. Understanding the structure of sucrose, explain why your yeast solutions produce carbon dioxide?
2.Which cup has the maximum CO2production?
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