• The Effect of Temperature and Ph on Α-Amylase Enzyme Activity
    Introduction Starch is composed of α-amylose and amylopectin. The structure of α-amylose consists of long polymer chains of glucose units connected by an α (1-4) linkage. Amylopectin consists mainly of α (1-4) linked glucose residues but is a branched molecule with α (1-6) branch points every 24 to 30...
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  • lab report production of antimicrobial peptide from staphylococcus warneri
    3(6): 51-58, 2012 ISSN: 2229-791X www.researchinbiotechnology.com Regular Article Isolation and identification of a new Bacillus strain for amylase production Yasser Bakri*1, Hassan Ammouneh1, Samir El-Khouri1, Muhanad Harba1 and Philippe Thonart2 1Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology...
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  • carbohydrates
    PHR 374 BIOCHEMISTRY I Week 12 Practical “Effect of salivary amylase on starch” ____________________________________________________ “Salivary amylase” is a digestive enzyme secreted by the salivary glands. It is responsible for starting the breakdown of the insoluble polysaccharide “starch”...
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  • Xylanase
    Studies on isolation and screening of α-amylase producing microbes. MINOR PROJECT In partial fulfillment of the degree of B.Tech (Biotechnology) VII Semester Submitted By Ravi jhawar Supervisor: Mr. Machiavelli Submitted to Department of Biotechnology Engineering AMBALA...
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  • Aspergillus Niger
    the production of amylase enzyme and effect of various parameters on enzyme, production is the main aim of this study. Enzymes are protein catalysts synthesized by living systems and are important in synthetic as well as degradative process. Amylases are starch degradative enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis...
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  • Amylase Production by A.Niger Under Solid State Fermentation Using Agroindustrial Waste
    Suganthi. R. et al. / International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST) AMYLASE PRODUCTION BY ASPERGILLUS NIGER UNDER SOLID STATE FERMENTATION USING AGROINDUSTRIAL WASTES Suganthi, R., Benazir, J.F., Santhi, R., Ramesh Kumar, V., Anjana Hari, Nitya Meenakshi, Nidhiya, K. A., Kavitha...
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  • enzyme activity
     Abstract Enzymes are catalysts that form the largest and most abundantly specific class of proteins. Enzymes boost the rates of chemical reactions, but they do not cause the reaction to occur freely without the help of the enzyme. The rate of the catalysis depends on elements in the environment...
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  • Salivary Amylase
    Activity of Salivary Amylase Domingo, Guray, Hugo, Lorenzo, Mohammad Isa Intro Because everything has a start Catalysis  The process of increasing the rate of reaction with the use of a catalyst.  Catalyst – any substance that increases rate of reaction upon addition to a certain reaction ...
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  • effect temperature has on amylase
    The effect temperature has on the activity of the enzyme α- amylase. Introduction Enzymes are a biological catalysts, which means that they speed up the chemical reactions in living organisms. Almost all of enzymes are energized protein molecules that catalyse and regulate nearly all biochemical reactions...
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  • What!!!?
    Experiment # 7 Enzyme Activity Objectives: 1. Associate the presence of enzymes with the catalysts of the chemical reaction in living cells. 2. Determine the effect of enzyme concentration, substrate concentration, temperature, pH and heavy-metal salts upon the activity of salivary amylase. Results: ...
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  • Bio Lab Report 1—— Enzyme
    Ye Tao BISC220-13155 The Effect of Temperature on the Digestion of Starch by Activity of Enzyme α-Amylase: Observation of Rate of Starch Disappearance through Iodine Test Introduction An enzyme is a type of protein that, through its own structure including hydrogen bonds, acts like a biological...
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  • Starch Hydrolysis by Amylase
    Experiment 2: Starch Hydrolysis by Amylase Theoretical Background Polymers of carbohydrates are called polysaccharides, and make up some of the most important naturally occurring compounds [1]. They have thousands of monosaccharide units linked to each other by oxygen bridges. They include starch...
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  • Biological Activity of Actinomycetes
    RESEARCH PAPER ON BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF ACTINOMYCETES ................ ABSTRACT: The microorganisms are ubiquitous in nature. They are found in probably every environmental condition present on earth. Actinomycetes were originally considered to be an intermediate group between...
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  • Lab Report Digestion
    The ingested food is essential as an energy source, or fuel, from 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...
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  • Biotechnology
    biodegradable outputs from industry, agriculture, forestry and households is called Biofuel. 4 NEED OF BIOFUEL The “Greenhouse Effect,” impact of human activities is significantly involved in the change in earth’s climate. In fact, almost any process that involves the burning of fossil fuels results...
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  • Investigation of Effect of Temperature on Amylase Activity
    Investigate the effect of temperature on amylase activity Introduction Amylase is an enzyme that catalyses the breakdown of starch into sugars. Amylases are found in almost all plants, animals and microorganisms. Large amounts of amylase occur in germinating cereals, and in the pancreas and saliva...
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  • Bio Unit 1 Notes
    Strong Adhesion: attracted to other objects Strong Cohesion: clings to each other High Specific Heat Capacity: needs a lot of energy to change temperature High Surface Tension: layer of attraction that allows objects to float and allows organisms to “walk” across water Less Dense that its liquid...
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  • Biology
    pages. [Turn over © A.P 9700/02/REV/2014 jfkhan04@gmail.com June 2006 Paper 2 5 Some bacteria that are found in soils contain the enzyme urease. For Examiner’s Use Urease catalyses the hydrolysis of urea to form ammonia and carbon dioxide: urea + water carbon dioxide + ammonia ...
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  • Enzyme
    www.fibre2fashion.com Applications of Enzymes in Textile Wet Processing Source: New Cloth Market Enzymes can be applied in several steps of textile wet processing and in formulation of detergent powders. Since the major textile finishing process is coloration, classical finishing processes can be...
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  • A Study of the Optimal Conditions for Starch Hydrolysis Through Thermostable Α - Amylase
    University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, 42, 1, 2007, 93-96 A STUDY OF THE OPTIMAL CONDITIONS FOR STARCH HYDROLYSIS THROUGH THERMOSTABLE α - AMYLASE T. Kolusheva, A. Marinova University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy 8 Kl. Ohridski, 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria E-mail: e-mail: manahova@abv...
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