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1. Based on my data the temperatures in which the enzyme was most active was the highest
temperature 48 degrees C. As the temperature rose so did the activity in enzymes.
2. The higher the temperature more enzyme activity took place, this is because the
Affects of Gibberellic Acid and Abscissic Acid on Growing Seeds
By: Kelly Gerdeman
This experiment was done to test the different affects of Gibberellic acid (GA) and Abscissic acid
(ABA) on growing seeds. The purpose of the experiment is to investigate w
Corn Plant Hormone Research Project
Gibberellic acid promotes the growth and elongation of cells. When used in small
amounts gibberellic acid can be quite beneficial to plants and growers of plants. Because
G A regulates growth, low concentrations can hav
Photosynthesis pre-lab assignment
Complete this assignment worksheet before attending the Photosynthesis lab (week 5). This worksheet is
due at the beginning of lab during Week 5.
1. Identify two factors that may contribute to variations in photosynthetic
Health Study Guide- Quarter Exams
High Density Lipoproteins- a blood constituent involved in the transport of cholesterol
Cholesterol- functioning chiefly as a protective agent in the skin
Lipoproteins- any of the class of proteins that conta
Unit 2-4 Complex Societies of the Middle East, South Asia, & East Asia
For each of the questions below, select the most appropriate answer or alternative. Take your time and
read carefully. Good luck!
1. A ziggurat is a
a. place of worship o
Health Final Project
By: Kacie Nelson
Based on my six food activity charts this year, I have concluded that the areas I need to work on
are: drinking more water and also exercising more on days where I dont have as much going on. What I
dont need to cha
Fermentation pre-lab assignment
1. (1 pt) What do yeast consume?
Yeast consume sugars.
2. (1 pt) How do yeast derive energy from the food they eat?
The energy is derived from chemical bonds found in the food molecules they are
consuming and then oxidized
Week 6 Bacterial Transformation with Recombinant Plasmid DNA Pre-Lab
Name _Kacie Nelson_
Section # _10_
Read the Lab Manual and Lab Supplementary Materials Booklet contain information about the
principles and procedures associated with DNA trans
Case Study Answers
Case #2: Parkinsons Disorder
1. What is Parkinsons disorder?
Progressive disorder that affects movement
2. What causes Parkinsons disorder?
In the brain certain nerve cells (neurons) break down over time or
These neurons are r
EXAM I STUDY GUIDE
Lecture 1 Cells, Homeostasis, Membranes
Know the organization of the body, from smallest to largest
Know the definition of homeostasis
Know the 7 factors maintained homeostatically
Protocol lab topic 29
Make longitudinal cut (1 cm) to the left of sternum from lower ribs.
Lift center section and cut tissue underneath
Cut away diaphragm from rib cage on left side only
Remove thypmys glands, thyroid, and muscle bands. Do not cut or tea
Instructor will blend 60 g of frozen spinach leaves in 100ml water containing .2 g of MgO
powder to homogenize
Pour all into a 500ml beaker add 150 ml of acetone, cover with watch glass or foil and stir
for 10 to 15 min.
Instructor will add
P rotocol for Measuring Lung Ventilation
Set range settings at 500v and low pass at 30Hz on imput 1 spirometer pod
Check f low head polarity by exhaling into mouthpiece, this should produce a
Zero spirometer pod
Clip nose a
Protocol for determining the properties of an enzyme
Weigh 1 to 10g of peeled turnip, horseradish, or potato tissue.
Homogenize the tissue by adding it to 100ml of cold 0.2M phosphate buffer at pH7
Prepare a solution of peroxidase
Protocol for cellular respiration lab
Ethanolic fermentation in yeast
Test to see if culture is producing CO2, look for white precipitate
Collect 30 mL of distillation, add 100ml of anerobic culture to one and 100 mL from
control to the other, put on hot