Ashley O'Connor Grace Alba Bio Lab 060 February 14, 2012 Molecular Biology Post Lab Table 1: Phenotypic Data of Unknown Plasmid and Known Plasmids from the Agar Plates -This table shows the observed phenotypic data for unknown culture 275 of a particular
Biology 1 Lab
23 October 2011
Enzyme 1 Post Lab
Table 1: Effect of Time on the Reaction Rate of Peroxidose
Shana Fowler Kristin Robb Andrea Sciulli
membranes consist of a phospholipid bilayer, with a hydrophobic interior and a hydrophilic exterior.
is the tendency of molecules or particles of a particular su
What Is Starch? -is a polysaccharide found in plants. -made up of amylopectin and amylose (polymers of glucose). -a polymer of approximately 600 glucose units in an unbranched coiled chain. -formed by the plant and deposited into organelles known as
Figure 1. Rates of Bubbles Evolved: Oxygen as a Gas
Bubbles Produced (Molecules of Oxygen) vs. Depth (m)
Bubbles Produced (Molecules of Oxygen)
Purpose: In order to determine the wavelengths of light useful for photosynthesis, we
will determine the absorption spectrum of five pigments from 400nm to 700nm, taking
readings at 20nm intervals in a spectrophotometer.
Purpose: In order to determine if various solutions contain protein, nine will be treated with two
droppers full of Biurets reagent and monitored for color change from blue to violet or purple.
The color change is evidence a protein
Tuesday 3:30 Bio Lab 0060
31 January 2012
Molecular Biology Pre-Lab
1) A Plasmid is an accessory gene that is a small circular double stranded molecule of DNA
that bacteria may carry around. It differs from a genomic/chromosomal