Identification of Unknown Carbohydrate Solution and Investigation of Action of Saliva and Hydrochloric Acid in Carbohydrate Solution at Two Different Temperatures

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FHSB 1214
FHSC 1214
Biology I
Cell Biology
Introduction
Practical 1
Practical 1
Cell Biology
Biological
Studies I
molecules I
Practical 2
Practical 2
Cell Biology
Biological
Studies II
molecules II
Practical 3
Cell Biology
Studies III

Practical 4
Cell Biology
Studies IV
Practical 8
Cell Biology
Studies VIII
Practical 5
Cell Biology
Studies V
Practical 6
Cell Biology
Studies VI
Practical 7
Cell Biology
Studies VII
Practical 9
Cell Biology
Studies IX
Practical 10
Cell Biology
Studies X
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Experiment Description

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Writing of Lab Reports
Identification of Biomolecules

5
13

Identification of Unknown Carbohydrate
Solutions and Investigation of Action of
Saliva and HCl in Carbohydrate Solution
at Two Different Temperatures
Investigation of the Effects of Catalase
Concentration on Hydrogen Peroxide
Decomposition

20

Synthesis of Starch Using an Enzyme
Extracted from Potato Tuber
Investigation of the Effects of Different
Catalytic Conditions on Hydrogen
Peroxide Decomposition
Microscopy

27

Practical 6
Cell studies II
Practical 7
Cell studies III

Extraction of Cell Organelles by Cell
Fractionation
Determination of Solute Potential of
Potato Cell Sap

47

Practical 8
Cell studies IV

Effects of Different Treatments on
Stained Potato Cells

64

Practical 9
Energetics I

Respiration of Germinating Beans

67

Microscopic Examination of Cells at
Various Stages of Plant Mitosis and
Meiosis
DNA, Mitosis and Meiosis Modelling

71

Respiration of Yeast

93

Practical 3
Enzyme studies
I (Experiment 1)
Optional:
Practical 3
Enzyme studies
I (Experiment 2)
Practical 4
Enzyme studies
II
Practical 5
Cell studies I

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Practical 10
Energetics II

Lab manual version 6_201505
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