Polio is an infection caused by a virus that affects the whole body including muscles and
nerves. It is caused by the poliovirus (a small RNA virus that is spread through contact with the
mouth, nose and etc. The most common is when the virus attach
1) A) The rate of reaction increased as it was heated to 37 degrees because the heat
increased particle movement in the test tube.
B) The rate of reaction decreased because the enzyme denatured. The denaturing will
destroy the active site because enzyme
Experimental Method: Pillbug Lab
The purpose of this lab is to design an experiment to test the environmental
factors that may determine where pillbugs live. Hypothesis: If an environment is
dark then the pillbugs will prefer the dark enviro
The Effect of Molarity on Osmosis
There are six flasks of different sucrose solutions and they do not have any
labels on them. The purpose of this lab is to design an experiment to
determine which flask holds which solution. The dialys
I. Title: The Effect of different laboratory conditions on the effects of transpiration.
a. Background: Evaporation of water from the pant surface is called transpiration.
When water is lost from plant parts and is not replaced by water