• Testing for Macromolecules
    BIOLOGY LAB REPORT PRACTICAL M1 TESTING FOR MACROMOLECULES Title : Testing for Macromolecules Abstract : To test for macromolecules (carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins), iodine solution, alcohol, aceto-orcein stain and copper sulfate solution are used. The...
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  • Food Tests
    Biology Laboratory Report Practical 4 Food tests Introduction The main components of food are proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and, of course, water. Proteins, lipids and carbohydrates are carriers about energy necessary for vital activity. They are a plastic material for the formation of structures...
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  • Bio121
    Outlines |Readings,Quizzes&Reviews |Labs & Group Activities | |Wk1 Tu 8/20 |Syllabus & Ch1. Nature of Science |Read Ch.1. pp.4-5 & 11-24 |Lab Manual-Black Box-Sci. Process | |Th 8/22 ...
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  • Chemical Composition of Cells
    BIOL 140 Lab—The Chemical Composition of Cells Name ____________________________ I) Introduction All cells contain four major types of macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins. In today’s lab, we will be studying three of the four-proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. Various...
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  • Scientific method midterm review
    in an experiment? The control stays the same and a variable is tested during an experiment. 7) What is the purpose of writing a conclusion in a lab report? The purpose of a conclusion in science is to sum up your results, your purpose, and your errors. 8) What can you use to put your collected data...
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  • Lab on Molecules
    Lab #3 and #4 1. Determine the chemical formula for basic hydrocarbon molecules, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Also draw the line structures of basic hydrocarbons, lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Finally, build 3-dimensional structures of basic hydrocarbons, lipids, proteins, carbohydrates...
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  • Biology
    Macromolecules Introduction · Four classes o Carbohydrates (CHO) o Lipids (CHO, as well, but known as “fatty acids”) o Proteins (CHO plus N) o *Nucleic acids (P, S…DNA and RNA) * not studied in lab Carbohydrates = CHO · Glycosidic linkage is between 2 sugars ...
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  • Biology Stidy Guide
    Biology Lab Study Guide: Labs 1-6 Lab #2: Spectrophotometry: Technique to determine the chemical composition and concentration of sample. The spectrophotometer: instrument that measures the amount of light transmitted by the sample. ~ 5 key components: a) Light Source = produces white...
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  • Poem
    compounds. Those compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleotides. Each compound has a major important function that is essential to the human body as well as other living organisms on earth. Carbohydrates serve as the main source of energy. Carbohydrates contain carbon, hydrogen, and...
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  • Identifying macromolecules
     BIOL 130 Lab Report Identifying Two Macromolecules - Carbohydrates and Proteins 9/26/2013 [Type the company name] INTRODUCTION As the name suggests, macromolecules are large molecules that make up more than 90% of the total cell mass. These biological macromolecules vary greatly in...
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  • Identification of Macromolecule
    molecules. They are usually found in foods. For example, lipids, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and proteins are the living organisms that macromolecules are commonly found. Their functions are mostly storing energy and information. By performing this lab, types of macromolecules are found. There are three...
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  • Termites
    why this occurs. Biuret reagent will turn your skin a brownish-purple because Iodine detects protein in a substance by changing the color to a brown or purple shade, and since your skin contains protein it will also change color. 3. When greasy food is spilled on clothing, why is it difficult to clean...
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  • india icc
    BC-1102: Cell Biology 3. BC-1151: Practical Marks 75 75 50 Credits 3+0+0 3+0+0 0+1+1 2nd Semester Marks 1. BC-1201: Lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and porphyrins 75 2. BC-1202: Various types of cells. Cell division and cell cycle 75 3. BC-1251: Practical 50 Credits 3+0+0 ...
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  • Anatomy& Physiology
    example, the chemical composition of the human body is known down to the microgram, but we are unable to replicate even the simplest living thing in the lab. Knowing the chemicals involved and understanding how the reaction mechanisms fit together are two different things. Life on Earth takes very diverse...
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  • Workshop 1
    in certain common arrangements, like –OH is common to all alcohols. 2. Carbohydrates are characterized as CH2O, are soluble in water, and are organic molecules. They are a ready energy source and used for structure. 3. Lipids are organic marcomolecules, composed of carbon and hydrogen by nonpolar covalent...
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  • Identifying Organic Compunds
    912.L.18.2, SC.912.L.18.3, SC.912.L.18.4, and SC.912.L.18.11) Background: All living things contain organic macromolecules: lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Characteristic for these organic molecules is that they are made up of only a small number of elements: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen...
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  • Workshop 1
    functional groups? 2. What characterizes the carbohydrates? What are some of the functions of polysaccharides in cells? 3. What characterizes the lipids? What are some of the functions of lipids in cells? 4. What are the building blocks of proteins? What makes these building blocks distinctive...
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  • Idk Really Idk
    Lab # 3: Biologically important molecules Introduction: Most organic compounds in living organisms are carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids. Each of these macromolecules are made up of chains linked by dehydration synthesis. The purpose of this lab was to preform tests to detect the presence of carbohydrates...
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  • Module 1 Homework
    particles, or prions, are not cellular organisms nor viruses, but are normal proteins of animal tissues that can become abnormally folded and shaped during protein synthesis and become an infectious agent. Prions lack nucleic acids genomes. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) such as “mad cow...
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  • Biologu Final Study Guide
    answer for a scientific question; must be specific and testable Qualitative Data – descriptions of a phenomenon (sights, smells, sounds …); useful to report what happens but not how it happens Quantitative Data – characteristics that can be measured or counted anything that is expressed as a number Control...
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