affect the heart rate? Introduction “This is an experiment to find out how the heart rate is affected by a change in the amount of running we perform.” Heart rate is an essential part of your body system. Human beings need to have a heart to pump blood and oxygen all over our body. This happens by contracting and retracting because cellular respiration requires oxygen. It is also called heartbeats or pulse. It is most frequently worked out as the number of heartbeats in one minute and expressed as
Introduction With the invention of the “Robot Chemist” by Harns Baruch, automated analysers came into the biomedical arena. This has been evolved since 1959 and now has improved a lot in many aspects including the ways of inserting the samples into the analyzer. Automatic analyzer facilitates the analysis of more than one bio chemical sample at a time and also it can be programmed such that several tests can be done concurrently. This feature saves a lot of time while being accurate as well.
Mixed Unknown Bacteria Lab Report Biology 2460-002 Jamuna Kadariya November 24, 2014 Unknown number: thirty-four I. Abstract There are many types of bacteria and they produce different enzymes. However, some bacteria can produce same enzymes. In order to identify the particular enzymes produce by each bacteria specific test needs to be done. Among various types of enzyme producing bacteria, gram- negative and gram-positive bacteria are given priority in our experiment. There are four main types
maltose and dextrin at a certain temperature (Biology.kenyon.edu, 2015). In plants such as fruits and vegetables carbohydrates are referred to starch which is polysaccharide and is converted into disaccharide and eventually into monosaccharide such as glucose with the help of amylase. (Fullick, Locke and Bircher, n.d.). If carbohydrates are not digested properly they may lead to adverse health consequences. Amylase is not only involved in the digestion of carbohydrate
INTRODUCTION Vaccines are used widely in the world. With the discovery of various vaccines mortality rate caused by various infectious organisms have reduced. Their use has been considered one of the safe and effective measures to control various infectious diseases. Plants offer enormous potential as production platforms for vaccines and therapeutic proteins. Vaccines derived from plants present an alternative to conventional vaccines by facilitating safe and effective oral delivery through intake