1. What is the purpose of a stacking gel?
The purpose of the stacking gel is to separate proteins by their size or lengths
of polypeptide chains.
2. If you wanted to separate proteins that were very small, would it b
1. What did you notice about your graph for your dilution series?
I noticed that my graph had a linear relationship. The more
diluted it was the lower the optical density was.
2. You have a stock solution and need to make a 1/10,000 dilution.
How would yo
BCOR 11 Lab 4 Pre-Lab
BCOR 11 Lab 04
Did not mention how acidic or basic the pH was.
Did not mention exactly how many seeds were planted in each pots.
Did not mention how many pots were used
Did not how long it was u
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Pre Lab 6
Results of Lab 4: Enzyme II
The absorbance of peroxidase enzyme activity pH of 3.0 and 10.0 were drastically
different from pH of 6.8. Absorbance of the peroxidase enzyme at pH of 6.8 was
BCOR 11 Lab 4
BCOR 11 Lab 04
Materials & Methods
2 spectrophotometer cuvettes were labeled B (blank) and R
(reaction). For the blank, tube #1 was used. 3 large test tubes were
obtained and label 1,2,3. The following tube with
1. Main difference between the Results and Discussion sections of a lab report
Results: a summary of the key findings of your experiment. Includes visuals,
and a body in which you describe the results shown in the vis
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Questions on Introductions
1) 2 goals of an intro
a. Provide general intro to the topic
b. Contain a question/unresolved problems
2) Two primary ways to end an intro
a. State purpose of the experiment
Tuesday, 5:30 PM
Commonly found in the lower intestine of warm blooded organisms (Singleton,
1999), E. Coli (Escherichia coli) are beneficial to their hosts by producing vitamin K2
and prevent colonization of pathoge