Question: 1. Which tu be is a positive test for reducing sugars and what is the name of the indicator reage…


1. Which tu be is a positive test for reducing sugars and what is the name of the indicator reagent? 2. Which tube is the Biuret test, what does it test for? 1. Identify what is on the microscope slide. 2. Pick a cell that is of average size, and measure the shortest dimension. Express your answer in um. The beads on the slide have a 10um diameter. 3. Is the cell a prokaryote or eukaryote? 1. Which of the reactions is the lysozyme reaction? 2. What is the substrate of this reaction? 3. What is the product of this reaction? IV Cellular Respiration-3 points 1. Correctly assemble a room temperature control CO2 respirometer from the items provided. When you are done raise your hand and the TA will score your setup. 1. These tubes represent results similar to what was observed in the Hill reaction. Which tube is the negative control? 2. Referring to your answer above, what is in this tube or not in this tube that makes it a negative control? 3. What 3 things (other than water) are required for a positive reaction for the Hill reaction in the photosynthesis lab? , and 4. Which reagent (red or blue) can help you determine if the solution in the tube (clear) is an acid or base? Name this reagent. 5. Use the appropriate reagent, test the solution and record your result as an acid or base.

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1. Which tu be is a positive test for reducing sugars and what is the name of the indicator reagent? 2. Which tube is the Biuret test, what does it test for? 1. Identify what is on the microscope slide. 2. Pick a cell that is of average size, and measure the shortest dimension. Express your answer in um. The beads on the slide have a 10um diameter. 3. Is the cell a prokaryote or eukaryote? 1. Which of the reactions is the lysozyme reaction? 2. What is the substrate of this reaction? 3. What is the product of this reaction? IV Cellular Respiration-3 points 1. Correctly assemble a room temperature control CO2 respirometer from the items provided. When you are done raise your hand and the TA will score your setup. 1. These tubes represent results similar to what was observed in the Hill reaction. Which tube is the negative control? 2. Referring to your answer above, what is in this tube or not in this tube that makes it a negative control? 3. What 3 things (other than water) are required for a positive reaction for the Hill reaction in the photosynthesis lab? , and 4. Which reagent (red or blue) can help you determine if the solution in the tube (clear) is an acid or base? Name this reagent. 5. Use the appropriate reagent, test the solution and record your result as an acid or base.

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