• Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration Lab
    alone without addition of NADI. (false +) 2 Milkish white/ Bright pink to bluish purple Experiment Assay for Cytochrome oxidase activity. (+ purple) Shows the effects from the addition of NADI, a very quick change from bright pink to a bluish purple. 3 Clear/ clearish pink Control A control for...
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  • Plumb's Veterinary Drug Handbook 6th Ed. -
    activity If TT using for therapy, goal is to use as much as is required & as little as possible for as short an amount of time as possible Primary adverse effects are “Cushingoid” in nature with TT sustained use Many potential drug & lab interactions TT TT TT Uses/Indications...
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  • If You Get Shigella, It Can Be Contagious!
    Microbiology – Lab Report December 11, 2009   If you get Shigella, it can be contagious! Abstract: The purpose was to determine the genus and species of an unknown microorganism collected at Great Bay Community College (Pease Campus) on October 23, 2009. The first step performed was...
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  • Microbiology
    inoculate the bacteria into each test. After inoculation, all media are placed in the hot room which is approximately 37¢ªC, and if placed it the cold room, the temperature is approximately 4¢ªC. Each test had a different technique of getting the end result and this part of the report identifies each of...
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  • Psychology 101 Notes
    desire to actually eat. In another study, mutant hyperdopaminergic (increased dopamine) mice show higher "wanting" but not "liking" of sweet rewards.[12] [edit] The effects of drugs that reduce dopamine levels in humans In humans, however, drugs that reduce dopamine activity (neuroleptics, e.g...
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  • Drying Rate
    . Furthermore, residual enzyme activity and microbial activity in dried foods are essential parameters that effect product quality and shelf life. The quality of dried foods is dependent in part on changes occurring during processing and storage. Some of these changes involve modification of the...
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  • Effects of Temperature, Ph, Enzyme Concentration, and Substrate Concentration on Enzymatic Activity
    Effects of Temperature, pH, Enzyme Concentration, and Substrate Concentration on Enzymatic Activity INTRODUCTION Enzymes, proteins that act as catalysts, are the most important type of protein[1]. Catalysts speed up chemical reactions and can go without being used up or changed [3...
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  • meds
    T wave, bundle branch, AV block, dysrhythmias in cardiac patients • Alcohol consumption; if alcohol is consumed, hold dose until AM (Mosby, 2013) Nardil (MAOI) -non-selectively inhibits monoamine oxidase, exhibiting antidepressant effects (“Drugs”, 2013) -common side effects: Orthostatic...
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  • Conceptual Approach
    | |1) To determine the effect of bio-fertilizer, bioenhancer and vermicompost to the root growth and development and the tubers | |yield of Safed Musli. | |2) To determine...
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  • Research
    , but many strains oxidize glucose. Identification is usually based on colonial morphology, oxidase positivity, the presence of characteristic pigments, and growth at 42 °C. Differentiation of P aeruginosa from other pseudomonads on the basis of biochemical activity requires testing with a large...
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  • Drugs
    pharmacological activity of the interacting drugs e.g altered cellular transport, effect on the receptor site. synergism.antagonism, • Pharmacokinetic interactions 1. Altered GIT absorption a. Altered pH b. Altered bacterial flora c. Formation of drug chelates or complexes d. Drug induced...
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  • Lemon Grass as Mosquito Repellent
    scavenging activity of the solvent extracts was evaluated using a high-performance liquid chromatography-based hypoxanthine/xanthine oxidase assay and revealed dose-dependent antioxidant capacity in all extracts. Four (mangiferin, penta-O-galloyl-glucoside gallic acid, and methyl gallate) of the...
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  • Micro Lab Pcn
    , Mannitol Salt Agar plate, EMB plate, and McConkey plate and placed in an incubator at 37° C for 24 hours. 3.3 Effect of Temperature Three tubes of broth were inoculated with the Escherichia coli and incubated at 5° C, 37° C, and 70° C for 24 hours. 3.4 Effect of pH on Growth The...
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  • Lab Report Enzymes
    have an effect on enzyme activity by speeding up or slowing down the reactions. Materials and Method Part 1 of the experiment was the effect of temperature on enzyme activity. This was carried out using 7 test tubes, a phosphate buffer (pH 7), potato juice, and catechol. Also an ice water bath and...
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  • Mr.Raviteja
    Phenol/Aminoantipyrine solution and 1.5ml of 3% H2O2 into a cuvette containing 0.1ml of diluted enzyme of various concentrations. After 5mins of incubation at room temperature OD was taken at 510nm and enzyme units utilized in the assay. HRP enzyme activity of expressed supernatant was measured by taking...
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  • Biosynthesis of Metal and Oxide Nanoparticles Using Lactobacilli from Yoghurt and Probiotic Spore Tablets
    Lactobacillus sp. procured from yoghurt and probiotic tablets. The synthesis is performed akin to room temperature in the laboratory ambience. X-ray and transmission electron microscopy analyses are performed to ascertain the formation of metallic and oxide nanoparticles. Individual nanoparticles having...
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  • Lab Enzime
    determine the quantity that has been formed. (Dickey). Moreover, the enzyme activity is persuaded by ph, plus temperature. Change in ph will have effect on hydrogen bonding that can modify the form of protein. Increase in the temperature will spread the reactions rate; nevertheless, if the temperature...
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  • Cyp3A4 in Cancer
    homozygosity in European Caucasians as opposed to African Americans. CYP3A4*1B showed a moderate effect on CYP3A4 mRNA and protein expression, as well as on CYP3A activity assessed as V(max) of testosterone 6-beta-hydroxylation in a liver bank. Selection against the CYP3A4*1B allele in non-African...
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  • Numerical Analysis
    (wthol) 2% glucose and 0.5% yeast extract (Difco) in distilled water. Methods of testing, All tests were performed under the following conditions, except when otherwise stated. Inoculations of all liquid test media were made with one drop of a starter culture, 24 h old. The incubation temperature...
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  • The Effects of Ph and Concentration Levels on Catecholase
    Abstract This lab was performed in order to discover the activity of the enzyme catecholase in different pH levels as well as its absorbance in differently concentrated solutions. A spetrophotometer was used to measure the absorbance of the enzyme catecholase in different pH solutions as well as...
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