Lab Paq Enzymes Experiment Essays and Term Papers

  • Enzymes (An Experiment)

    how enzymes in potatoes react with substrate. The enzyme will react with the substrate and use the substrate up but the enzyme will regenerate until the substrate is used up. The reaction for this can be written as: E+S ES E+P Where E is the enzyme, S is the substrate, ES is a stage called enzyme-substrate...

      1074 Words | 3 Pages   Enzyme kinetics

  • Experiment Enzyme

    Experiments to investigate the effect of enzyme concentration of the activity of the enzyme catalyse. This is an experiment to examine how the concentration of the substrate hydrogen peroxide affects the rate of reaction of the enzyme catalyses. Enzymes are biological catalysts - catalysts are substances...

      1096 Words | 4 Pages   Metabolism, Active site, Enzyme, Cell membrane

  • Lab Paq Biology Lab 7

    (80561) 50 Experiment Number 5 10/02/14 Margaret E. Vorndam, M.S. Version 42-0038-00-01 Lab Report Assistant This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant...

      1144 Words | 3 Pages   Plasmolysis, Turgor pressure, Tonicity, Vacuole

  • Lab Paq Manual

    ncer Lab Manual Physics I LabPaq: PK-1 A Lab Manual of 13 Experiments for Independent Study Published by Hands-On Labs, Inc. Physics 1: Lab Manual of Experiments for the Independent Study of Physics Designed to accompany Physics LabPaq PK-1 081611 LabPaq® is a registered trademark of...

      51907 Words | 172 Pages   Experiment, Scientific method, Laboratory, Theory

  • Enzyme Lab

    Kashyap September 20th, 2012 Enzyme Lab What is an enzyme? Enzymes are specialized protein molecules simplifying most of the body's metabolic processes such as, supplying energy, digesting foods, purifying your blood, executing the body of waste products etc. Enzymes act as catalyst by speeding up...

      1975 Words | 6 Pages   Allosteric regulation, Enzyme, Non-competitive inhibition, Competitive inhibition

  • Enzyme Lab

    Team Members: (Individual Experiment) 1. ABSTRACT: The goal of this experiment is to determine the effects of substrate concentration and pH on the initial rate of enzyme-catalyzed reaction. As well as to determine the effect of pH on the initial rate of a lactase catalyzed reaction. 2. INTRODUCTION:...

      579 Words | 3 Pages   Lactase persistence, Enzyme, Lactose intolerance, Lactase

  • Enzyme Lab

    of hydrogen peroxide by the help of an enzyme INTRODUCTION: Hydrogen peroxide is weak acid with a pH of 6.2 but a highly toxic compound with the chemical formula of H2O2. The compound itself could be harmful if touched or swallowed and this is why we have enzyme, catalase (a protein), to break it down...

      336 Words | 4 Pages   Hydrogen peroxide, Tooth bleaching, Catalase, Bleach

  • Enzyme Lab

    report) Activity: Enzyme Activity Predictions 1. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at pH 6 2. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at 60 °C (140 °F) 3. Sucrase activity decreases with increasing sucrose concentration. Materials and Methods Effect of pH on Enzyme Activity. 1. Dependent...

      1209 Words | 5 Pages   Enzyme kinetics, Enzyme, Fructose, Acidosis

  • enzyme lab

    of the lab is to see the effects of enzyme concentration on the reaction rate. Part 2: Effect of Substrate Concentration Purpose: The purpose of this part of the lab was to find the effect of substrate concentration on enzyme activity...

      344 Words | 2 Pages   Enzyme inhibitor, Enzyme, Catalase, Enzyme substrate (biology)

  • Enzyme Lab

    Sample Lab Report: Factors which Affect the Activity of the Enzyme Catalase Purpose: Must include:  background information about concepts involved in the lab,  statement of purpose of the lab  identification of independent and dependent variables. A hypothesis is often not necessary or appropriate...

      716 Words | 3 Pages   Catalase, Enzyme inhibitor, Enzyme, Enzyme substrate (biology)

  • Enzyme Lab

    Enzyme Lab By: Gaurav Sahota March 19, 2014 Ms. Lukas Background Information: This lab discusses the enzyme, Catalase, and the factors that affect its performance. An enzyme is a biological catalyst that speeds up reactions. Catalase catalyzes the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water...

      1153 Words | 7 Pages   Active site, Denaturation (biochemistry), Enzyme substrate (biology), Catalase

  • Enzyme Lab

    Potato Enzyme Lab INTRODUCTION An enzyme is a protein that speeds up or slows down a specific chemical reaction in an organism. A good rule of thumb is to remember that enzyme names end in “-ase”. This will help in identifying enzymes in further readings. Generally enzymes are catalysts. Hydrogen...

      1216 Words | 4 Pages   Hydrogen peroxide, Catalase, Mortar and pestle, Experiment

  • Enzyme Lab

    November 4, 2012 Conclusion Which Enzymes are best for maximizing apple juice production yet are still cost effective? I predicted that a combination of pectinase and cellulose will both maximize juice production and be cost friendly. I used enzymes or enzyme combinations to produce apple juice from...

      675 Words | 2 Pages   Activation energy, Catalysis

  • Enzyme Lab

    Abstract: The Enzyme Lab results where when the liver was frozen, its reaction was fast, and when it was hot, it was slow, and the liver that was at room temperature reacted slowly to medium. Introduction: The Enzyme Lab is to conduct investigations to determine the most favorable conditions for the...

      676 Words | 3 Pages   PH, Hydrogen peroxide, Chemistry, Sodium hydroxide

  • enzyme lab

    Lab 6.C Hypothesis: If enzyme activity is affected by the pH of a solution, then the enzymes will experience the greatest activity at a pH of 6. Variables: Independent Variables Dependent Variable Controls Four different pH values (10, 7, 6, and 3) Change in color of the solution The amount...

      1088 Words | 5 Pages   Enzyme inhibitor, Active site, PH

  • Enzyme Lab

    Introduction Enzymes are proteins produced by living organisms to speed up the rate in which chemical reactions occur. This process can happen fast, slowly, or stop the chemical reaction all together depending on the temperature, pH and concentration. Catalase is one of the most common enzymes. It is found...

      1182 Words | 4 Pages   Enzyme substrate (biology), Catalase, Hydrogen peroxide, Enzyme

  • Enzyme Lab

    Enzyme Lab: Peter Kuetzing – 10/4/2012 – F Block 1. How does changing the concentration of enzyme affect the rate of decomposition of H2O2? When more enzymes is added the rate of reaction speeds up. In this case, H2O2 will produce more O2, in return the kpa/min will go up. 2. What do you think...

      431 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Lab Enzyme

    Observation: Enzymes are proteins that help speed up chemical reactions and as such, are subject to change when heat, salt or pH are involved. Enzymes have evolved to withstand such factors in which they reside so, if there are different factors like pH and heat involved, the effect of a specific enzyme may not...

      845 Words | 7 Pages   Pipette, Maltose

  • Enzyme Lab

    Enzyme Activity Lab Hypothesis: 1] Are enzymes reusable? Yes, enzymes are reusable. 2] Which of the following do you think contain catalase? [Manganese dioxide, chicken meat, apple, carrot, potato, or chicken liver] I think that the manganese dioxide, apple, and carrot contain the catalase...

      938 Words | 4 Pages   Catalase, Hydrogen peroxide, PH, Properties of water

  • Enzymes Lab

     Introduction Enzymes are protein based structures that help speed up chemical reactions. They help these reactions keep up with the everyday metabolic needs and other like functions of organisms. Enzymes are also considered catalysts, due to the lowering in activation energy, in...

      1455 Words | 5 Pages   Biomolecular structure, Metabolism, Active site, Enzyme

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