• Identification of Macromolecules- Lab Report
    Identification of Macromolecules Introduction The most common macromolecules found in living organisms are lipids, carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids. Briefly, the meaning of macromolecules is that they normally contain two or more molecules in them and their main functions are to
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  • Synthesis of Copper Lab
    Introduction The purpose of the lab is to use treatment control to identify the presence of macromolecules within a variety of substances. The three tests performed: Iodine test, Benedict’s test and Biuret test will indicate, through colour, a positive or negative result. Macromolecules are
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  • Lab on Deck
    Abstract: Throughout this lab, nutrient testing for lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins will take place using indicators. Introduction: The most common organic compounds in organisms are lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids. Certain things called indicators, or substances that ch
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  • Identification of Macromolecules in Food Lab Report
    Macromolecules in Food INTRODUCTION The most common macromolecules found in living organisms are lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids. (Hillis et al 2011). Macromolecules are normally containing two or more monomers in them and their main functions are to store energy. Starch is a h
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  • Macrmolecules Lab
    Identifying Macromolecules in my Food Introduction Most foods are a combination of different macromolecules. Macromolecules can be defined as large molecules made up of smaller organic molecules. The four classes of macromolecules are lipids, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and proteins. Carbohydra
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  • Group Lab Report
    POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Sta. Mesa, Manila College of Arts Department of Psychology Laboratory Report on Biochemistry (CHEM 2295): “PROTEINS” Submitted by: Aurianne Nicole A. Ramos BS Clinical Psychology 4-2 (Group 10) Submitted to: Mr. Dennis Macapagal July
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  • Bio 141 Lab Notes
    Instructor’s Manual to accompany Hole’s Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, Cat Version and Fetal Pig Version Twelfth Edition Terry R. Martin Kishwaukee College i Instructor’s Manual to Accompany LABORATORY MANUAL TO ACCOMPANY HOLE’S HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLO
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  • Test for Macromolecules Lab Report
    Identification: * Testing for Macromolecules * September 20, 2012 – September 25, 2012 * SBI4U1-01 * Rebekah Alto, Chayene Banta, Taylor Denton, Sarosh, Brianna Madar * Mrs. Kolobaric Purpose: To use a set of standardized procedures to test for simple sugars and starch,
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  • Identifying Organic Compounds Lab
    Mrs. Feeney Biology 9 October 16, 2012 Identifying Organic Compounds Objective: To use indicators to test for the presence of organic compounds in certain substances. Theory: Major types of organic compounds in some common foods are Lipids, Carbohydrates, and Proteins. An indicator is a ch
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  • Identifying Organic Compounds Lab
    Identifying Organic Compounds Problem: Based on the color of the indicator, which type of organic compound will be found in each type of food? Hypothesis: If Benedict solution is added to honey, then it will turn. If Biuret solution is added to egg whites, then it will turn. If Benedict solution i
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  • Bio Lab Carbohydrate
    IDENTIFYING ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Pre-Lab Discussion The most common organic compounds found in living organisms are lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids. Common foods, which often consist of plant materials or substances derived from animals, are also combinations of thes
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  • Identifying Biological Macromolecules in Food Lab
    Identifying Biological Macromolecules in Food Lab Stefanie Bogaert Observations Part 1: Test for Proteins Biuret Test for Protein Test Tube Contents Colour Change Conclusions 1 Distilled water Clear to Blue tint There are no proteins present because there was no significant colour change
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  • Biology Lab
    TEXT BOOK OF BIOCHEMISTRY For 2nd year Medical Laboratory Technician Course (INTERMEDIATE VOCATIONAL) Author : S. Srinivasa Rao, B.Pharmacy, Jr. Lecturer in M.L.T., Alluri Sri Rama Raju Govt. Junior College, Shanthi Nagar, Khammam. Editor : S. Kamalakar Rao, M. Pharmacy Senior Lec
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  • Lab Report
    LAB REPORT Introduction All living things contain organic molecules such as lipids, carbohydrates, proteins and acids. In order to detect the presence of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids we have to do experiments. The Iodine test is used to detect the presence of carbohydrates. This test is
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  • Lab 2
    Lab 2: Protiens and Starches Purpose: An introduction to testing procedures for two large, organic molecules: proteins and starches. Hypothesis: In the test for protiens the water, being that it is inorganic will not test positive for protiens; it will serve as the negative control. The
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  • Lab Manual
    Writing of Lab Reports __________________________________________________________________________ W hy should I bother writing lab reports in the correct way?” The Foundation Programme is designed to prepare you for undergraduate studies at UTAR which will require the writing of lab reports a
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  • Organic Nutrients Lab Report
    Who Took Jerell’s iPod? Lab Purpose: Standardized Tests The purpose of testing the organic nutrients (vegetable oil, glucose, starch, powdered egg white) with each of the different indicators (brown paper towel, benedicts, iodine, biurets) was to determine the color it would turn with...
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  • macromolecules lab bio 1 lab
    Title: Macromolecule Lab Abstract: The macromolecule lab taught us how to set up a comparison to determine what a positive and negative test for a macromolecule looked like. Afterwards we used our positively tested samples as comparisons to determine whether or not the...
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  • Lab Report
     Paul Saad Professor Azam October 2, 2013 Bio 3 Biologically Important Molecules Introduction Organic compounds found in organisms include: carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Each play an integral part in biological...
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  • Lab Report
    Cell Membrane Transport ZOOL 2011.19 A. Introduction: Cells are the most significant building blocks of all living things. They are also the tiniest living organisms in the human body which provides structure for the body and intake nutrients that become...
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