Provides a full and accessible resource that can be used alongside the Advanced Biology text or any other core Advanced Biology text as it covers the practical element for AS and A Level Biology. This new text has been developed for the new advanced level specifications and replaces Practical Biology for Advanced Level.The effects of different treatments (initial pH, temperature, enzyme concentration, substrate concentration) on the ... 1 8 Determine the respiration rates per gram of plant material (e.g. germinating broad bean seeds) and animal material ... 20 Test the hypothesis that pepsin and/or trypsin act only on protein and have no effect on other substrates such as starch and fat, whatever the conditions. ... How does this relate to the normal range of pH found in the small intestine of a mammal?
|Title||:||Practical Advanced Biology|
|Author||:||Tim King, Michael Reiss, Michael Roberts|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 2001|