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How do specificity, temperature, pH level,
and substrate concentration affect the
rate of reactions during enzyme activity?
By: Sade Lubin
Abstract: An enzymes purpose is to speed up the rate of reactions in chemical proces
Testing substrate specificity, and the effects of
temperature, pH, and substrate concentration on
the enzyme activity of and -Galactosidase.
Biology Lab Report Draft 2
An enzyme is a protein that speeds up a reaction serving as a ca
February 23, 2012
Bacteria are apart of the Domain Bacteria that consist of prokaryotes, which lack
membrane bound organelles. Bacteria reproduce asexually through binary fission, in
which the parent c
Bio Lab 102
March 24, 2013
Week 9 Assignment Kingdom: Animalia
1. Both figures in the textbook express similar qualities with different species of
animals with the use of a cladogram. Both figures show that all animals share a
An enzyme is a substance that can
catalyze a reaction without itself being
consumed by the process. They are
affected by alterations in temperature,
acidity/alkalinity levels, and substrate
By: Olivia Laino
Introduction: An enzyme is a type
Energy is required by all living organisms in
order to survive. The primary form of
energy used by cells is adenosine
triphosphate (ATP) in the form of
respiration. Respiration is a complex series
of metabolic pathways where ATP is made
Bio 101 Lab
Laboratory Report EffectsonEnzymeActivityinDifferentEnvironments
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explain the role o
Osmosis and Diffusion
Through Dialysis Tubing
Bio 101 Lab
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membrane; to determine the effect of concentration on the rate of diffusion; underst
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READ LAB MANUAL!
MICROSCOPY AND THE CELL
Label the parts of the microscope and know there function
Difference between prokaryotes, animal cells and plant cells
Magnification (and how to calculate)
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