Your lab results showed that there was no protein in your urine. It is important that a patient would have no protein in the urine because then they would have something called proteinuria. Your results also came back negative for glucose and ketones. Glucose and ketones are not normally found in the urine. If a patient had glucose present in the urine, they would
Without water the seeds cannot begin germinating thus the seeds in test tube N did not undergo photosynthesis(Hands On Labs). B. Were the seeds in the “G” tube undergoing both photosynthesis and respiration, only photosynthesis, or only respiration? Use your results in Data Table 2 to support your answer.
aureus bacteria did not develop resistance to lugdunin, even though with the exposure in people and in repeated exposure in the laboratory. In mice, S. aureus causes lugdunin applied topically was able to either partially or totally eradicate skin infections. This antibiotic cannot be used to clear S. aureus colonies in people recently. The researchers trust that the drug might be able to be taken systemically as it did not exhibit any signs of toxicity on a sample of human serum. Furthermore, lugdunin is not very soluble in water because it might be difficult for body to absorb it.
Fewer action potentials recorded at R2 when lidocaine is applied between R1 and R2 because it blocked membrane potential and lidocaine’s effect is reversible. A dentist should inject the lidocaine to block pain perception in the nerve so it can prevent pain on the area. TXX is not used because it is irreversibly blocked it. Actity 5 Inactivation is voltage-gated sodium channel refuse sodium to pass through. The absolute refractory period is an action potential can’t be triggered in refractory period, even a greater stimulus is applied.
Some examples of this is, don’t throw the liquids, don’t play in the lab, etc. 6. Don’t eat or drink in the lab. This is the most relevant to our experiment as we are working with foods and liquids, it may put the student at risk from dehydration or poisoning. Data
Another weakness would be that they used tap water as their solute. Tap water can contain other substances, therefore might affect the electrical conductivity. However, it probably did not have that much of an effect because they kept the solvent (tap water) controlled throughout the experiment. They did not use tap water for some trials and distilled water for other trials. Something I found difficult in carrying out the method was to make sure that the amount of substance is exactly 10g (or 30g or 60g).
An enzyme can not be considered a reactant because, like catalysts, the enzyme is never used up in the reaction and is reused again in another chemical reaction. In this lab, the source of hydrogen peroxidase was the potato solution. The substrate that the hydrogen peroxidase acts upon is the hydrogen peroxide. The disks rises to the top of the cup because the substrate, hydrogen peroxide, when sped up by enzyme, creates both water and oxygen as products. The released oxygen is attached onto the disks, allowing it to float to the top of the cup.
If you learn and understand the wild edibles which are not poisonous, diseases will not be part of you. Foods processed in the industries are known for the high degree of chemicals that they have. This is not the case with wild edibles as they only contain natural chemicals and some of these chemicals have a medicinal value. However, before going for a particular wild edible, be sure that it is poisonous or identify its non-poisonous part and consume it only. Also, if it is a water plant, you should know the kind of water in which it was grown.
as these are treats not food and should be limited. Do not feed your chinchilla guinea pig or rabbit pellets as they are formulated differently. Their diet should be supplemented with fresh timothy hay, alfalfa cubes, cuttlebone, and mineral licks. Be sure that the hay is dry and free from mold. The chinchilla will never over eat but will be picky when it comes to freshness.
Antibiotics selectively target bacteria for eradication as opposed to the host’s cells by acting on things that are particular to bacteria. A number of bacteria produce peptidoglycan that makes up their cell walls. Human cells don’t produce nor need this this, so antibiotics that target peptidoglycan destroy the bacteria without harming good cells. Metabolic pathways are another route in which bacteria are damaged without the host cells. Sulfonamides prohibit bacteria from producing folic acid which is critical to the survival of cells.