"Carbohydrates Proteins Lipids Nucleic Acids Lab Report" Essays and Research Papers

  • Carbohydrates Proteins Lipids Nucleic Acids Lab Report

    Carbohydrates, Proteins, lipids, and nucleic Acid Lab Exercise 6 Date: 9/17/12 Bio 102-11 Purpose the purpose of this experiment was to perform test to detect the presence of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Explain the importance of a positive and a negative control in biochemical test. Use biochemical test to identify an unknown compound. Background Most organic compounds in living organisms are carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids they are called...

    Carbohydrate, Glucose, Nutrition 1500  Words | 5  Pages

  • proteins and nucleic acids

    PROTEINS AND NUCLEIC ACIDS 28/11/13 Qn. Which two of the four macromolecules do you believe to be the most important for life? Give evidence to support your suggestion (include a full description of the macromolecules you describe both in terms of structure and function) Introduction All the four macromolecules=lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids= are essential for the functioning of an organism's body (Campbell, biology). They work hand in hand to help us survive. For example...

    Amino acid, Biochemistry, DNA 1090  Words | 4  Pages

  • 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 used to distinguish starch (polysaccharide) from carbohydrates. Reaction between starch and Iodine produce a dark grey, black color and it means that the test is positive. A yellow color means that test...

    Blue, Color, Green 885  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment 4 Lab Review

    Experiment #4 (10/31/14) Lab Review Objective To introduce the basic molecules of life and to test for their presence in different substances. Introduction Macromolecules are in all forms of life.  These organic compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.  These are monomers and they link together into long chains that form polymers.  Different reagents can be used to find the presence of these macromolecules. Proteins are made of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and sometimes...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Fructose 637  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lab Report

    Biologically Important Molecules Introduction Organic compounds found in organisms include: carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. Each play an integral part in biological systems, for instance, carbohydrates are the main source of fuel for organisms. Proteins contribute to the structure of organisms, lipids make up membranes of cells, and nucleic acids make up DNA and RNA for carrying the genetic code. Scientists have established different ways to indicate presence...

    Acid, Amino acid, Carbohydrate 968  Words | 5  Pages

  • Feeding Frenzy Lab

    Ana-​ 25​ % Feeding Frenzy Lab  Introduction (5 points)  Purpose (1 point)  Question (1 point)  Background (1 point)  Hypothesis (1 point)  Predicted Outcome (1 point)  Methods and Materials (5 points)  Materials (2 points)  Procedure (3 points)  Data and Calculations (10 points)  Observations (2 points)  Data Table (3 points)  Calculations (2 points)  Graph (3 points)  Discussion (10 points)  Results (4 points)  Conclusion (6 points)        Feeding Frenzy food lab Introduction (5 points) Purpose...

    Carbohydrate, Enzyme, Glucose 1668  Words | 6  Pages

  • Organic Compounds Lab Report

    include carbohydrates, polysaccharides, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Each one of these compounds has a different purpose. Carbohydrates give energy to cells when consumed. Lipids are basically the fats of a cell. Proteins are the building blocks of muscle in a cell. Nucleic acids are used to transfer genetic information from one cell to the other. The purpose of this lab is to simply determine the absence or presence of the main chemical content of a given substance. In previous labs, there...

    Carbohydrate, Chemical tests, DNA 706  Words | 4  Pages

  • Energy Drink Lab Report

    Qualitative Chemical Analysis of Energy Drinks and Other Beverages - Lab Report Discussion and Analysis As a result of conducting various qualitative chemical analysis tests, Monster Energy ® was found to contain a large amount of reducing sugars and NaCl. It was found to be void of proteins and lipids. Further, Canada Dry ® gingerale was found to contain a large amount of reducing sugars, while being void of protein, lipids and NaCl. The components of the Monster Energy drink tested were...

    Amine, Amino acid, Ammonia 804  Words | 3  Pages

  • Catalase Formal Lab Report

    Ellen Grant Honors Bio I Organic Compounds Problems and Objectives: The purpose of this lab was to select the suitable test for an organic molecule and define the safe process for that test. An organic molecule is normally found in or produced by living systems. (Unknown Author, 2014, www.biology-online.org/organic_molecule)In this lab one was supposed to infer the results of the test and be able to identify if major biomolecules are present. You were to analyze a variety of tests including...

    Carbohydrate, DNA, Ethanol 1366  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pre-lab: Identifying Carbohydrates

    Analysis: Lab 1 Identifying Carbohydrates There were many ranges of color changes in the Benedicts test and Iodine stain. For the Benedicts test, this oxidation/reduction response changes the arrangement of the reducing sugar creating a colored precipitate. The change in color is correlated to the first concentration of the reducing sugar. For the iodine test, the three dimensional structure of various polysaccharides permits them to react with the iodine stain to produce a certain color. As far...

    Carbohydrate, Glucose, Milk 1028  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemical Aspects of Life and Spit Lab Formal Report

    Chemical Aspects of Life and Spit Lab Formal Report 1. Abstract The objective of the Reducing Sugar Test was to test if the substance has a reducing sugar in it by adding Benedict’s solution and heating it, there would be a color change if a reducing sugar is present, or it will remain blue (no reducing sugar). The objective of the Starch test was to test for starch in substances by using Iodine. The iodine will cause a substance to turn to a dark blue color if it is positive for starch. The objective...

    Amino acid, Enzyme, Fructose 2424  Words | 7  Pages

  • nucleic acid

    UNIT 4. NUCLEIC ACIDS I.BASIC CONCEPTS II.CLASSES III.CHEMICAL NATURE IV.FUNCTION I.BASIC CONCEPTS NUCLEIC ACIDS  polymeric macromolecules, or large biological molecules, essential for all known forms of life  are made from monomers known as nucleotides  Each nucleotide has three components: a 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, and a nitrogenous base  If the sugar is deoxyribose, the polymer is DNA. If the sugar is ribose, the polymer is RNA. Together with proteins, nucleic acids are the...

    DNA, Gene, Genetics 1224  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nutrition: Fat, Proteins, and Carbohydrates

    nutrition facts label, they can tell you the content of fat, carbohydrate, and protein in the foods they eat. Many participate in low carbohydrate dieting, one of the most popular diets around. Others have opted for the United States Department of Agriculture's low fat diet, but neither understands the chemistry of the body or may have misinformation about these compounds. Not many Americans can tell you confidently what a fat, carbohydrate, or protein is chemically or how it works in the body. It can be...

    Essential fatty acid, Fat, Fatty acid 1378  Words | 5  Pages

  • Identification of Macromolecules- Lab Report

    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 store energy, information and much more. Most foods are known to be combinations of macromolecules. While some of these compounds can be detected by taste tests, many cannot. Scientists then use certain tests to determine the presence of macromolecules. In doing the lab, one was able to determine...

    Carbohydrate, Cell, Cellulose 826  Words | 3  Pages

  • Enzyme Lab Report

    positive for one of the following, proteins, carbohydrates, or lipids through use of chemical testing. (Sudan IV, Benedicts’ Solution, Iodine, Biuret’s) . In order to gain more information for the hypothesis, one must know how to test for said macromolecule. Each of the above stated molecules has their own individual solution that will in turn identify which molecule is present. The corresponding test are as followed; Sudan IV is used for testing for lipids, if in fact a lipid is present, the reaction would...

    Blue, Carbohydrate, Glucose 1802  Words | 5  Pages

  • BIO DNA LAB

    DNA Lab Report SungYong Jang What is DNA? What do the letters stand for? What is it composed of? Where is it found? What is it shaped like? Answer in full sentences. It is the genetic material that can be passed on from parent to offspring  DNA --> Deoxyribonucleic acid It composed of Deoxyribose (5 carbon sugar), a phosphate and a Nitrogonous base (the 4 N-bases are Guanine, Cytosine, Adenine and Thymine) It is a double helix (looks like...

    DNA, Francis Crick, Gene 810  Words | 4  Pages

  • Acetic Acid in Vinegar

    Introducton : The most common macromolecules found in living organisms are carbohydrates , lipids, 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 store energy, information and much more. Most foods are known to be combinations of macromolecules. While some of these compounds can be detected by taste tests, many cannot. Scientists then use certain tests to determine the presence of...

    Carbohydrate, Cellulose, Fructose 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nucleic Acids

    Chapter 4: Nucleic Acids and the RNA World 1. 4.1 – What is a Nucleic Acid? * Nucleic acids are made up of monomers called nucleotides * Three components of a nucleotide: 1. Phosphate group—attached to the 5’ carbon 2. Sugar – carbonyl group and several hydroxyl groups 3. Nitrogenous base * The prime (‘) symbols indicate the carbon being is part of the sugar—not attached to the nitrogenous base. * Four different nucleotides, each of which contains a different nitrogenous...

    Biochemistry, DNA, Metabolism 1097  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Report Digestion

    which the cells can generate ATP to carry out their particular energy-dependent activities such as contraction, transport, synthesis, secretion and even renewal of body tissues. Three primary categories of food ingested by humans which are carbohydrates, proteins and fats emerge as large molecules. These large molecules cannot cross plasma membranes intact to be absorbed from the lumen of the digestive tract into the blood or lymph; hence, it must undergo degradation in size (Sherwood, 2013). This...

    Amylase, Digestion, Enzyme 2115  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nucleic acids

    discovery of base-pairing in nucleic acids. These complementariness principles do not only underlie current ideas on the structure of the nucleic acids, but they form the foundation of all speculations, more or less well- founded, on their physical properties (denaturation, hypochromic- ity, etc.), on the transfer of biological information from deoxy- ribonucleic acid to ribonucleic acid, and on the role of the latter in directing the synthesis of specific proteins. They form the basis of...

    Acid, Amino acid, DNA 666  Words | 3  Pages

  • Write an Ib Lab Report

    BACKGROUND The principal chemical constituents of living matter are: water, mineral salts, organic compounds such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids. In this exercise we shall concentrate on carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and we shall estimate the concentration of Vitamin C, an organic compound, in a solution, by the iodometric technique. • Carbohydrates include simple sugars, disaccharides and polysaccharides. They are the most important source of energy for most organisms...

    Carbohydrate, Ethanol, Glucose 1024  Words | 6  Pages

  • Acids and Alkalis Lab Report

    Lab Report Acids and Alkalis: Chemistry of Neutralization and Salt Formation Introduction: An acid is a group of chemicals. Acids are positively charged ions, they are liquid and are solutions of pure compounds in water. If you want to know if something is an acid, you can test it by using litmus paper. Acids will turn litmus paper red, whilst alkalis will turn it blue. Alkalis are negatively charged ions and are usually solid. Aim: To find out how much of different acids is needed to neutralize...

    Acid, Ammonia, Base 559  Words | 3  Pages

  • Carbohydrates, Protein, Lipids, and Dna

    Carbohydrates have two major functions in plants and animals: they serve as fuel and building material. Plants store most of their energy in the form of starch. Starch is a polysaccharide (consisting of several conjoined sugars). Synthesizing starch enables the plant to stockpile surplus glucose, and since glucose is a major cellular fuel, starch represents stored energy. The sugar can later be withdrawn by hydrolysis, which breaks the bonds between monomers. Animals, in turn, have enzymes that...

    Amino acid, Cell wall, DNA 514  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lipids

    Lipids Cells come to a point where they have to store all their long-term energy in some biological molecules; a group of organic compounds are classified as lipids. These are molecules made mostly from carbon and hydrogen atoms. Lipids contain the same elements as carbohydrates: carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. They solute in nonpolar organic solvents, or basically they don’t solute in water. This is because they are hydrophobic and contain a tail, which is nonpolar and repellent to water. Lipids...

    Cholesterol, Fat, Fatty acid 1570  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lab Stuff

    are: · carbohydrates · lipids · proteins · nucleic acids · Compare the structure and function of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. lipids Fat molecules are made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. These macromolecules are made up of smaller molecules, one glycerol and three fatty acids, which is why fats are also called triglycerides. This is an example of a fat molecule. Notice that the three fatty acids are each bonded to the glycerol. The fatty acid molecules...

    Adenosine triphosphate, Bacteria, Cell 2229  Words | 7  Pages

  • Physical Chemistry Formal Report

    INTRODUCTION Biological lipids are a chemically diverse group of compounds, the common and defining feature of which is their insolubility in water. The biological functions of the lipids are as diverse as their chemistry. Fats and oils are the principal stored forms of energy in many organisms. Phospholipids and sterols are major structural elements of biological membranes. Other lipids, although present in relatively small quantities, play crucial roles as enzyme cofactors, electron carriers...

    Chemistry, Cholesterol, Ester 1946  Words | 7  Pages

  • 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 conclusions for all of the tests are positive. Introduction: A) Carbohydrate (starch) Carbohydrates are chemical compounds that contain oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon atoms. They consist of monosaccharide...

    Biochemistry, Carbohydrate, DNA 851  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lipids

    Lipids Biochemistry November 13, 2013 Lipids Lipids are families of biomolecules including fats and oils, waxes, steroids , cholesterol and fat soluble vitamins. All lipids are naturally occurring compounds varying greatly in structure but share the common feature of being soluble in non polar solvents such as chloroform and ether but not in water. Lipids consist mainly of carbon and hydrogen atoms linked...

    Cholesterol, Fat, Fatty acid 2138  Words | 7  Pages

  • 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 positive traces of the nutrient. The purpose of testing just the Distilled H2O was to determine the color it would turn with negative traces. Nutrient in the Different Foods The purpose of testing each of...

    Carbohydrate, Fat, Glucose 684  Words | 7  Pages

  • Reacting Acids and Bases Lab Report

    Reacting Acids and Bases Lab Report Introduction Every liquid, except for distilled water, has either acidic or basic traits. An acid is sour tasting, and gives a sharp stinging pain in a cut or wound, and bases taste bitter, and feel slippery. A pH scale is used to determine what traits a liquid has; acidic or basic. The scale focuses on OH- (hydroxide ions) and H+ (hydrogen ions). The scale goes from 0 to 14. 7 is distilled water, as it is directly in the middle; neither acidic or basic. Acids are...

    Acid, Base, Chlorine 716  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lipid

    Analysis of Lipid through Two-Dimensional Thin Layer Chromatography Myca Pua, Ramon Ramos, Amanda Redilas, Kimleigh Reyes, Nathaniel Sim and Clara Tamondong Group 9 2F Medical Technology Biochemistry Laboratory ABSTRACT Lipids constitute a group of naturally occurring molecules that include fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, monoglycerides, diglycerides, triglycerides, phospholipids, and others. In this experiment lipid was extracted from the egg yolk...

    Cholesterol, Egg, Egg yolk 1406  Words | 6  Pages

  • Microscopy Lab Report

    structure and function. Finally, the most efficient way of cleaning your hands and prevent bacterial growth, using was analyzed. The CHO cell samples were fixed; one with formaldehyde and another sample with maceration solution (ethanol/hydrochloric acid) and stained with orcein solution . In order to evaluate the levels of hygiene resulting from different methods of washing one's hands, colonies formed on agar plates with fingerprints after using : water, water with soap and 70% EtOH, were compared...

    Cell, Cell cycle, Cell nucleus 2538  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nucleic Acid Question and Answer

    Assignment 2: Answer Sheet (LSM 1401 Semester 2 AY2011/12) Nucleic Acid Virtual Laboratories |Name | | |Matriculation number | | |A. DNA Extraction Virtual Lab [2 marks] ...

    DNA, DNA polymerase, DNA replication 574  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Three Biochemistry 2

    the links provided below, devise a test for proteins. (You do not have to actually do this experiment, just tell me how you would do it if you were in a lab) Your answer should contain the following sections: Goal of the experiment Materials and Equipment Needed Procedure Data Conclusions ( you can use a table to tabulate your procedure, data, and conclusions) Question 2 Create a similar experiment to indicate the presence or absence of carbohydrates, specifically for starches and sugars. (You...

    Acid, Hydrochloric acid, Liquid 700  Words | 4  Pages

  • Acid Base Lab Report

    4 Strong Acid and Weak Base Lab PURPOSE: To find the molarity of an unknown acidic acid. MATERIALS: 1. 250 mL beaker 2. 10 mL graduated cylinder 3. 50 mL beaker 4. Funnel 5. 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask 6. 50 mL buret 7. Ring stand 8. Strong acid 9. Weak base 10. Phenolphthalein 11. De-ionized water. PROCEDURES: 1. Fill the buret with a weak base and place it in the ring stand. 2. Fill the 50 mL beaker with 30 mL of a strong acid. 3. Fill...

    Acid, Base, Pink 650  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Reports

    lab reports becca Medina Biology Lab 1107 Lab Notebook The Scientific Method Problem: Will a male or female have a higher heart rate after participating in the physical activity of running up three floors of a building? Both students are involved in sports that require physical activity. Hypothesis: We believe that the male would have a lower heart rate after running up the stairs determining that he is in better shape. Materials/Methods: The two students will both run up the same number...

    Carbon dioxide, Cell nucleus, Eukaryote 1091  Words | 4  Pages

  • Characterization of Nucleic Acids

    This paper is an analysis conducted on Nucleic Acids through a variety of tests specifically, Dische, Murexide, Wheeler-Johnson and Phosphate Tests in order to exemplify structural features of nucleic acids as well as identify the principle involved in each chemical test. Different procedures and different test compounds were applied, and results were noted as for changes in colors of precipitates or solutions. For Dische Test, light blue was obtained for RNA and dark violet for DNA. For Murexide...

    Deoxyribose, DNA, Guanine 905  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cell Lab Report

    STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF LIVING CELLS Name Answer the following questions as you work your way through the lab material typing in your answers. Then submit your completed lab report through the “Assignment” feature. This lab report is worth 50 points towards your final lab grade. Also, per the Honor Code, this work must be your own. CELLS Using your Biology Textbook answer the following questions. 1. What types of organisms are Prokaryotes? The Prokaryotes are organisms that are...

    Archaea, Bacteria, Cell 1076  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report-

    Student's Name Date of Experiment- 11/27/12 Date Report Submitted 11/27/12 Title: Caloric Content of Food Purpose: to be able to measure the energy content of foods Procedure: We are going to take food items and burn them to heat water to be able to determine the amount of “energy” a food source can emit. Data Tables: |Data Table 1: Food Item - Observations ...

    Carbon dioxide, Energy, Heat 456  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pglo Transformation Lab Report

    Transformation Lab Report Introduction Transformation is the transfers of virulence from one cell to another, through the transferring of genetic material. It was originally postulated in 1928 through the works of Federick Griffith, a British microbiologist. Griffith observed that the mutant form, non-virulent form, of the bacteria Streptococcus Pnumoniae could be transformed into the normal, virulent form, when injected into mice along with heat killed normal forms. He concluded that somehow...

    Bacteria, Cell, DNA 1470  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lab Report on Acid-Base Titration

    acetic acid present in commercial vinegar and the weight-to-volume percent of ammonia present in window cleaners. Acid-base titrations can be conducted using the above samples against standardized aqueous NaOH and standardized aqueous HCl solutions respectively. 2. Introduction: Acetic acid, commonly known as ethanoic acid CH3COOH, is found in commercial vinegar. It is a weak organic acid that gives vinegar its characteristic pungent smell, sour taste and slight acidity. Being an acid, vinegar...

    Acetic acid, Acid, Acid-base titration 448  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Report Acid Base Titration

    EXPERIMENT 3: INTRODUCTION TO TITRATION – DETERMINATION OF THE MOLARITY AND CONCENTRATION OF SULPHURIC ACID BY TITRATION WITH A STANDARD SOLUTION OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE INTRODUCTION Reaction of acid and base is one of the most common reaction in chemistry. This reaction is also widely known as neutralization. In this experiment, we used titration technique which involves accurately measuring the volume of a solution required to react with another reagent. An indicator must be used to determine the...

    Acid, Base, PH 509  Words | 3  Pages

  • Food Test Lab

     Lab – Investigating the Presence of Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids in Common Foods In this investigation, you will perform some simple laboratory tests to detect carbohydrates (glucose and starch), proteins and lipids in common foods. The tests you will be using are outlined below. Benedict’s Solution → tests for simple sugars (glucose, fructose) Place ~10 mL of the sample to be tested into a test tube, then add 6 drops of Benedict’s solution and swirl to mix. Place the test tube in a boiling...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Glucose 459  Words | 2  Pages

  • Identification of Macromolecules in Food Lab Report

    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 huge molecule made up of hundreds of simple sugar molecules (such as glucose) connected to each other. Most foods are known to be combinations of macromolecules. METHODS The tests performed were iodine testing for starch, Benedict’s test for glucose, the grease spot test for lipids, and the...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Glucose 412  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lab Report: Food Testing

    No.10 Food Tests Carbohydrates (Sugars and Starches) Reducing Sugars. The reducing sugars include all monosaccharides, Such as glucose and fructose, and some disaccharides, such as maltose. Use 0.1 – 1% sugar solutions. Test for reducing sugar: Benedicts test: Add 2 cm3 of a solution of the reducing sugar to a test tube. Add an equal volume of benedicts solution. Shake and bring gently to the boil, shaking continuously to minimise spitting. Observation: The initial blue coloration...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Fructose 516  Words | 3  Pages

  • Carbohydrate and lipids

    Carbohydrates: Foods supply carbohydrates in three forms: starch, sugar, and cellulose (fiber). Starch and sugar are major and essential sources of energy for humans. A lack of carbohydrates in the diet would probably result in an insufficient number of calories in the diet. Cellulose furnishes bulk in the diet. Since the tissues of the body need glucose at all times, the diet must contain substances such as carbohydrates or substances which will yield glucose by digestion or metabolism. For the...

    Amino acid, Citric acid cycle, Fat 643  Words | 2  Pages

  • Lab 2

    LAB 2 1. Identify the functional group or molecule for each of the following. (3 points) a. Carboxyl group/acid, aldehyde group b. Hydroxyl group, alcohol group c. Hydroxyl group, alcohol group 2. List whether each of the following substances was positive or negative for reducing sugar, as indicated by the Benedict's test. (6 points) a. Corn syrup (1 point) Positive b. Table sugar (1 point) Positive c. Unknown 1 (1 point)Negative d. Unknown 2 (1 point)Negative e. Unknown 3 (1 point)Negative...

    Carbohydrate, Fructose, Glucose 941  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab 2

    of Life Hands-On Labs, Inc. Version 42-0085-00-01 Lab Report Assistant ________________ Name: Akil Kelly Exercise 1: Testing for Proteins Data Table 1: Biuret results. Substance Tested Predicted Results Biuret Color & Number of drops added 1: Egg white Contains Protein Purple color – 9 drops 2: Pepsin Contains Protein Purple color – 9 drops 3: Sugar Doesn't contain protein Blue color – 9 drops...

    Carbohydrate, Disaccharide, Experiment 1012  Words | 10  Pages

  • nucleic acids

    are many naturally occurring purines. Two of the five bases in nucleic acids, adenine (2) and guanine (3), are purines. In DNA, these bases form hydrogen bonds with their complementary pyrimidines thymine and cytosine, respectively. This is called complementary base pairing. In RNA, the complement of adenine is uracil instead of thymine. Other notable purines are hypoxanthine (4), xanthine (5), theobromine (6), caffeine (7), uric acid (8) and isoguanine (9). Functions[edit] Aside from the crucial...

    Base pair, DNA, Gene 12293  Words | 48  Pages

  • Macromolecule Report

    Macromolecule Report Monomer units of biological macromolecules have heads and tails. When they polymerize in a head-to-tail fashion, the resulting polymers also have heads and tails. These macromolecules are polar because they are formed by head to tail condensation of polar monomers. Making Glucose: Green plants manufacture glucose through a process that requires light, known as photosynthesis. This process takes place in the leaf chloroplasts. Carbon dioxide and water molecules enter a sequence...

    Biochemistry, Carbohydrate, DNA 443  Words | 2  Pages

  • Biochemical introduction, Protein, Carbohydrates and Lipids

    Biochemistry: Biological Molecules Pg. 2 – 7 Carbohydrates Pg. 8 – 12 Proteins Pg. 13 – Lipids Carbohydrates. L.O. 1.1 and 1.2 Carbohydrates are sugars and they are the primary source of energy for our vital functions such as breathing and sleeping. There are two types of carbohydrates, simple and complicated. Monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides. L. O. 1.2 Carbohydrates are split into different classifications depending on how many molecules they have. Monosaccharide: one sugar...

    Amino acid, Biochemistry, Fat 2109  Words | 22  Pages

  • Lactase Enzyme Lab

    III Writing Assignment: Written in lab notebook 1. Results (recreate in notebook) 15 points/ _____ 2. Conclusion 20 points/ _____ 3. Questions 15 points/ _____ Lactase enzyme lab OBJECTIVES: 1. Understand how biological molecules are essential to the survival of living organisms * * 2. Compare the structures and functions of the major biological molecules(carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids) as related to the survival of organisms...

    Disaccharide, Enzyme, Fructose 810  Words | 4  Pages

  • Protein and Initial Chemical Test

    Starch, one variable may be observed. 2. Biuret reagent will turn your skin brownish-purple. Explain 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 with water alone? Water cannot remove grease water is polar and grease is non-polar. They are...

    Carbohydrate, DNA, Glucose 588  Words | 2  Pages

  • Metabolism: Cell Membrane and Protein Synthesis

    amounts of each enzyme in order to perform effectively Select the statement about mixtures that is correct. A solution contains solvent in large amounts and solute in smaller quantities What are the two fundamental roles of DNA? To direct protein synthesis, and replicate itself before cell division. Organic compounds are covalently bonded and they always contain oxygen.- False What type of chemical bond does sodium, element 11, form with chlorine, element 17? -ionic bond- sodium has...

    Acid, Atom, Cell 1315  Words | 7  Pages

  • Amino Acid Metabolism

    non-essential amino acids, amino acid remodeling, and conversion of non-amino acid carbon skeletons into amino acids and other derivatives that contain nitrogen. However, the liver is the major site of nitrogen metabolism in the body. In times of dietary surplus, the potentially toxic nitrogen of amino acids is eliminated via transaminations, deamination, and urea formation; the carbon skeletons are generally conserved as carbohydrate, via gluconeogenesis, or as fatty acid via fatty acid synthesis pathways...

    Amino acid, Ammonia, Citric acid cycle 1664  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lab Report

    Microbiology Laboratory Report Identification of Unknown Bacteria 03/10/05- 04/01/05 Authors: Richard Hendricks, Jessica Prebish; NMU Abstract: Broth culture 16 was randomly selected by our group and subjected to qualitative tests for taxonomic identification. The culture did appear homogenous throughout the testing period and is currently retained by Northern Michigan University’s department of Microbiology. We suggest that culture 16 is an example of Escherichia coli. Background: Techniques...

    Bacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, Escherichia coli 1587  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lipids

    storage • • • • • • • • Fat cell mobilizes triglycerides Breaks fatty acids off glycerol molecule Become free fatty acids and sent to bloodstream Free fatty acid taken up by cell (i.e. muscle cell) Broken down into 2 carbon units at a time by beta-oxidation 2 carbon piece becomes Acetyl-CoA Acetyl-CoA enters citric acid cycle Citric acid cycle leads to ETC which forms ATP (Sanders, 2014) Saturated vs. Unsaturated Fatty Acids SATURATED UNSATURATED • • • • • • • • • • Same conformation No double...

    Fat, Fatty acid, Fatty acid metabolism 271  Words | 8  Pages

  • Test for Macromolecules Lab Report

    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, proteins, and fats. Hypotheses: A.) B.) C.) Equipment: -Safety goggles -Lab apron -400 mL beaker -Utility stand with ring clamp -Hot plate -Thermometer -10 mL graduated cylinder -Test-tube racks -8 to 16 test tubes -Test tube holder...

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  • Identifying Organic Compounds Lab

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