The Effects of Temp & PH on Enzymes
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Enzymes are special types of proteins that act as biocatalysts in various biological processes. Without enzymes, most chemical reactions that maintain a viable organism would not occur. One main characteristic of enzymes is that they are very selective because they catalyze only one particular reaction.… The activity of enzymes is highly affected by changes in…
Biology lap report
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They are basically made up of protein molecules which are very sensitive to temperature fluctuations in the surrounding where they accomplish biological reactions. Our daily… The temperature range was set for 0°C to 95°C. the rate of reaction was directly proportional to the increase in temperature, but there was a decline after 40°C as envisaged in the…
Enzyme Amylase Lab Report
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The effects of pH, temperature and enzyme concentration on enzyme activity Abstract: This experiment aimed to prove that the activity of amylase is affected by parameters such as temperature, pH and concentration. It measured how changing levels of the parameters led to changes in enzyme activity.… An enzyme is a protein-based catalyst that raises the reaction…
Enzymes Lab Report
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Running head: Enzyme Amylase Activity Experiment on Factors Affecting Enzyme Amylase Activity Name: University: Course: Date: Abstract In this experiment, the enzyme amylase was used. It was responsible for starch hydrolysis. A sample of starch was hydrolyzed in the presence of amylase, to shorter polysaccharides, glucose, maltose and dextrins.… Following…
Explain the structure of enzymes and discuss their role in metabolic reactions
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Title: Structure of Enzymes and Their Role in Metabolic Reactions Introduction: Enzymes represent large molecules within the body of human beings that enable increasing the rates of chemical reactions that occur in the body. They themselves do not undergo any change.… Hence enzymes play a significant role in catalysis of these reactions without which the human…
Temperature Effect
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The following paper concerns the influence of temperature on patients afflicted with enzyme-related problems. Reportedly, the procedures centered on both fungal amylase and bacterial amylase on four different temperatures levels and different time periods. … Wond and Batt (2003) espoused the first purpose of the experiment was to determine whether temperature…
Microbes and Us
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ruminicola are Gram-negative non motile rods (0.8-1 by 0.8-30). They are either pleomorphic or coccobacilli with slightly tapered and rounded ends (Hobson and Stewart, 15). Cells are usually encapsulated, arranged as singles or in pairs. Colonies on the surface of… They are capable of utilizing diverse sources of carbon and nitrogen; and have an efficient…
Acid Rain
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When rain water consists of excessive acid content, we call it as acid rain. The development of industries, power plants and the increased use of automobiles have… These acids spread in the atmosphere and referred as acid rain. These acids have immense destructive power upon human and plant life. It can also cause damages to soil and buildings. This paper…
A harmful impact of acid rain
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The development of industries, power plants and the increased use of automobiles have polluted the atmosphere immensely and as a result of that the normal structure of the atmosphere has been changed a lot. … Nitrogen compounds and Sulfur oxides are some of the major gases which are coming out from industrial units, vehicles and power plants. These gases have…
Enzymes
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The human body carries out many metabolic activities to maintain homeostasis as well as provide energy for that given body. To catalyze this energy and organic necessities to uphold the constructs of the body, enzymes are engendered to establish such feats in the body.… Then we will utilize acquired information to examine a given experiment. type of organic…
Assessment of Lipase Activity in Pancreatic Extracts
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ASSESSMENT OF LIPASE ACTIVITY IN PANCREATIC EXTRACTS Introduction: The food that we take in is first broken down by the salivary amylase. The food is then chewed and swallowed and travels to the stomach. In the stomach, the fat separates from the other components in the aqueous environment and floats on the top of the medium.… (Sizer, Piche and Whitney 2011).…
Activity
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These include games kits and shoes whereby it will take advantage of the available market in schools and specialized clubs. Marketing strategies employed by the firm embrace word of… With the aim of finding new opportunities, the organization has to expand their line of business to meet customers’ demands, hence shun recurrent complains. To avoid failing of…
IB Biology Substrate Specificity of Digestive Enzymes Planning Investigation
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2. Introduction: Enzymes are a biological catalyst which helps in increase the rate of reaction and thus accelerate the conversion of reactant to product in given reaction. Increase in the rate of reaction in mainly due to decrease in the activation energy by formation of enzyme-substrate complex which is energetically favorable compared to the substrate alone.…
Digestion Lab Protocol
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It initially begins with a blue color when there is no reducing sugar present in the solution Cellulose is NOT digested by humans. The appendix initially… digestion and absorption process, has an expanded surface area with inner folds, called plicae, villi and microvilli, to increase its surface area and enhance its ability to absorb nutrients. All together,…
Physical Activity
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The purpose of the article “Physical Activity is Associated with Percent Body Fat and Body Composition but not Body Mass Index in White and Black College Students” is to determine the relationship between the Physical Activity (PA) with the Body Mass Index (BMI) and the… 2. This journal was helpful because it shows that the BMI is not a good measure of…
Enzyme Activity
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In this paper the studies relating enzyme activity are considered. Different contexts regarding the activity of enzymes in pathogens, muscles and those affecting the critically ill patients are discussed from the findings of different studies. The enzyme activities that enhance muscle activities help in existence of pathogens and production and destruction of free radicals are discussed.…
Fireground Activity
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Postfire discussions can be an important aspect of any fireground activity, whether formally or informally. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both the informal post fire discussion and the more formal postfire conference The informal post fire discussion has both advantages and disadvantages.… However, the informal discussion does allow for…
B. Activity
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As a teacher, I may opt to seek help from outside of the school in order to find out the most appropriate ways of communicating with Nora until she is able to confide in me the details of her case. Besides the insights provided by the specialists conferred with, I would make it… This way, I would be able to figure out how different Nora is compared to the rest…
Cultural Activity
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The theme was about Italian Renaissance painters, so the artwork replicas that were analyzed were the following, which will be linked to today’s artistic expressions… Each painting had a certain charm all its own. Perhaps one of the most famous paintings of all time was the Mona Lisa. Currently, the Mona Lisa is available for viewing at the Louvre Museum in…
Memory Activity
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They have mnemonic techniques to remember the words, one of which is by using rhythm and songs. They put melody on the words so that they could memorize it easily. They replace the lyrics with the words using an easy rap song. I do not think so that their memory will exceed short term memory capacity for chunking information, since I ask them to look at it for only one minute and so this will only last for a few seconds to a minute or exact amount of time which may vary somewhat.…
Zoo Activity
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The major evolutionary trends that have distinguished primates such as white-handed gibbon, gorilla and bolivian grey titi monkey and their generalised form came due to their adaptation to arboreal life. … Although the other placental mammals had a tendency to live in grasslands, marine and other environments, the adaptive niche for the primates was trees.…
Advocacy activity
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Individuals and communities today face a growing need to assess the outcomes of their endeavors to bring about a significant change in the society.In order to succeed in this task,documenting the changes taking place in terms of legislations and policies,as a tool of social change is hence inevitable… In order to succeed in this task, documenting the changes…
Supporting Activity
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Mobile computing is “a generic term used to refer to a variety of devices that allow people to access data and information from… Mobile computing has resulted in a marked increase in productivity of employees because of their easy access to data which they need. Web 2.0 is another development whose impact in the information technology of companies cannot be…
Appraisal Activity
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Employees should always perform duties in a legal and ethical manner. Legal responsibility means the ability to comply with the laws, while ethical responsibility concerns… Tuberculosis has been a paramount concern in South Africa with the HIV infected been prone to the disease. This is a health risk for very many individuals living in an around the region of…
Class activity
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Some of the major health problems in the school were that its bathrooms were very dirty, French fries in the canteen were made from unwashed potatoes, and children ate junk food from the stall in front of the school. Let’s… This intervention strategy will benefit the students a lot. Many children try not to visit the bathrooms just because they are not clean…
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