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    The Effects of Glucose Concentration on Osmosis in Potato Cells Apparatus: - * Potato * Blade * Cork borer * Stopwatch * Glucose solution * 50cm3 Measuring cylinder * Electronic Balance (scale in grams) * Five 200cm3 beakers * Forceps * Labels * Water bath Procedure: - * First cut the potato into half * Using the cork borer cut the potato to obtain five cylinders of potatoes (Make sure that the potato cylinders are from the same potato as the

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    Effect of Glucose Concentration on Anaerobic Respiration in Yeast Aim:To investigate the effect of glucose concentration on anaerobic respiration in yeast. Equipment list: 2* conical flask Delivery tube with bung Dropper Yeast Glucose Limewater Water bath Stopwatch Measuring Cylinder Method:I am going to do 5 tests & each test will be performed 3 times to get an average result. In one conical flask, I will mix together 25ml of yeast & 25ml of a glucose solution

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    Effect of Glucose Concentration on Osmosis The aim of my experiment is to investigate the effect of glucose solution on osmosis in potato chips. I shall be observing how the mass of the potato chip changes in different concentrations of glucose solutions. Simply, will the effect of the action of osmosis be affected by the concentration of the solution? Firstly, I measure the mass of the potato chips, each one was to be 10 grams in weight. The chip will be placed into a glucose solution

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    Investigating How Lactose Increases the Concentration of Glucose Introduction: Lactose is a very useful sugar although it is very useful but it cannot be used in the food products because many people are intolerant to lactose. It has low solubility in compare of monosaccharide sugar and it tend to produce crystals.however lactose is only 20% sweet and sucrose and if it’s intended to be used in foods then a large amount of it was needed to achieve the sweetness in the food. Lactose is

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    investigation of the glucose concentration of the cell sap in potato cells In this experiment I intend to investigate the effects of osmosis on potato cells. Specifically, I intend to use my knowledge of osmosis to investigate the glucose concentration of the cell sap in potato cells. Osmosis is a method by which water levels on either side of a semi permeable membrane may balance themselves. It occurs between regions of high water concentration and low water concentration. As it is a special method

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    for biosensors is predicted to reach $12 billion by 2015. Importantly, glucose biosensors account for up to 90% of the world market for universal biosensors (Global Industry Analysts, Inc., 2011). Therefore, careful consideration of their chemical application and distinctive parts are the main subject of this paper. The emergence of the glucose biosensor was a historical landmark in the diagnosis of diabetes. The first glucose biosensor was publicly proposed by Professor Leland C. Clark Jr. in 1962

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    Diabetes Mellitus

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    insulin. The result of insufficient action of insulin is an increase in blood glucose concentration (hyperglycemia). Hyperglycemia is the unused glucose that builds up in your blood. Many other metabolic abnormalities occur, notably an increase in ketone bodies in the blood when there is a severe lack of insulin. The condition may also develop if muscle and fat cells responds poorly to insulin. In people with diabetes, glucose levels build up in the blood and urine, causing excessive urination, thirst

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    Investigating the Effect of Sucrose Concentration on the Conversion into Glucose and Fructose by Invertase Prediction ========== I would expect to find that an increase of sucrose concentration would lower the time taken for the clinistix to turn blue from red, or said in other words, the rate of reaction would increase with an increase of substrate concentration until a certain point where maximum rate of reaction will be reached. Higher concentration of sucrose has more molecules inside

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    Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Coma

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    symptoms of polyuria, wasting and glycosuria (mellitus means 'sweet urine') as well as the following tests to give a laboratory diagnosis of DM: Venous plasma glucose >11.1 mmol / L or Fasting venous plasma glucose > 7.0 mmol / L or Plasma venous glucose concentration > 11.1 mmol / L two hours after taking 75 g glucose in an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT). There are two types of DM; insulin dependent DM (IDDM or type 1) and non-insulin dependent DM (NIDDM or type 2) Type 1 is caused

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    order to maintain a constant level of blood glucose, which is approximately '90mg/ml in humans.'[1] Insulin secretion from beta cells is stimulated in response to high blood glucose concentrations. It acts to lower blood glucose by stimulating uptake of glucose from the blood into cells especially skeletal muscle cells, adipose tissue and liver cells, were it is stored or converted to ATP as an energy source. Insulin also reduces blood glucose by slowing the rate of glycogen breakdown and

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