Unknown OrganismEnterobacter AerogenesJaya AttaluriBIOL 2420-41101Professor Danita Bradshaw-WardNovember 3, 2019Eastfield CollegeIntroductionPresent general information about microorganisms. Include nutrition requirements, pH, etc. You should also include general information about metabolism and the purpose of conducting biochemical tests. You should also provide a brief introduction of your organism.Microorganisms are microscopic organisms that cannot be seen without the aid of a microscopic. Some examples would be bacteria, viruses, or fungus. Different microorganisms have a wide variety of requirements when it comes to their environments. Each…...
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Lab Report of Yeast Respiration Experiment
The experiments tested yeast respiration in both, warm water at 42 degrees Celsius and at room temperature. The outcome of the experiment indicates the warm water is optimal for yeast respiration in comparison to cold water. Introduction Respiration is the process that converts sugar known as glucose to energy, in this case TAP (Adenosine Troposphere). This process is found in all living organisms. Respiration can occur in two ways, aerobic and anaerobic. Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to produce energy. Anaerobic…...
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Yeast Fermentation Experiment
In this lab, the purpose is to measure whether the changes of substrate concentration will affect the rate of anaerobic respiration. Because the rate of reaction refers to how quickly the reactants are used up or how quickly the products are formed, one method is to measure the volume of gas given off, the more gas given off per time interval results faster reactions. Question: Will the changes in substrate concentration affect the rate of anaerobic reaction? Why or why…...
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Biotechnology in Environment Clean Up Process
In the past decade or two, there has been a significant increase in the levels of environmental pollution mostly due to direct or indirect human activities. The major sources of environmental pollution are -Industries, Agricultural sources (mainly rural area), anta reporting SOUrces (man related activities mainly in urban areas), boogieing sources etc. The pollutants are chemical, biological and physical in nature. The Chemical pollutants include- gaseous pollutants (hazardous gases like sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide), toxic metals, pesticides, herbicides toxins and…...
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