Enzymes: temperature, ph, and specificity hands-on labs, inc.
0Enzymes: Temperature, pH, and Specificity
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Exercise 1: Enzyme Specificity
Data Table 1: Glucose Concentration
Wells Concentration of Glucose
A. What determines a person’s force to classify lactose?
B. Which of the wells showed a independent product for glucose? Explain the products.
C. Explain why testing for glucose is used to determine the apparition of the enzyme lactase.
D. Explain the tentative stipulations for the five opposed wells.
Data Table 2: Presence of glucose in wells indicating lactase apparition at uncertain latitudes
Well Time (min) Concentration of Glucose
Exercise 2: Enzymes and Temperature
A. Graph the pi of latitude on the apparition of the enzyme lactase.
B. What happens when an enzyme is boiled? Is this pi revocable?
C. Based on your trial products, what is the optimal latitude for lactase capacity?
D. Explain what happens as far as the piiveness of the enzyme at the freezing latitude. Can this pi be overcome when the latitude rises?
Exercise 3: Enzymes and pH
Data Table 3: Glucose in wells a-d indicates enzyme apparition at uncertain pH levels
Well pH Concentration of Glucose
A. Graph the grounds placing glucose concentrations on the y-axis and the pH values on the x-axis.
B. What was the pi of pH on the enzyme lactase? Is this gentleman for all enzymes?