1. How do scientists use phylogenies?
Scientists use phylogenies to visualize evolutionary tracks, as well as to study which species
are more closely related and, through this, understand why species evolved the way they did.
The Rocky Mountains in Colorado are difficult for many organisms to inhabit. The peaks rise into the sky,
going high enough that trees have difficulty getting enough oxygen, and most of them cant survive.
Below the tree line (that height I just mentioned)
1. What are the enzyme, substrate, and product in this experiment?
The enzyme is amylase, the substrate is starch, and the product is maltose
Experiment 1: Calibrating the Spectrophotometer
Experiment 1: Monosaccharide Test
1. Fill in the table below with the results from the monosaccharide test experiment,
and your conclusions based on those results.
Results Monosaccharide Test