Abdill Career College What Are Limitations of The Scientific Method Paper

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#201 Chemistry Student Problems 1 DUE 24hrs-90%correction guaranteed 1. Generate a hypothesis/question to describe what is being tested in the diagram on the right. (1pt) 2. What are limitations of the Scientific Method? (2pts) 3. Sucrase is an enzyme that breaks down sucrose via hydrolysis into glucose and fructose. Draw an enzyme activation curve to demonstrate the conversion of sucrose into glucose and fructose. Use the following terminologies to label your diagram: uncatalyzed reaction, catalyzed reaction, name of product(s), name of reactant(s), name of the enzyme, E , (3pts) 4. One of the classic experiments in photosynthesis occurred in 1771, when Joseph Priestley found that if he placed a mouse in an enclosed container with a lit candle, the mouse would die. But if he also added a plant to the container, the mouse could live. Priestley basis for this observation? (3pts) 5. Your friend claims that an ostrich egg is the largest single cell, but you are skeptical that one cell cannot be that large. If you had access to an ostrich egg and a high-quality light microscope, what features would you look for to resolve the argument? Explain. (3pts) 6. Describe two laws of thermodynamics. (2pts) 7. How do plant cells interact with their neighbors through the rigid cell wall? Explain. (2pts) 8. A drop of a 5% salt (NaCl) solution is added to a leaf of the aquatic plant Elodea. When the leaf is viewed under a microscope, colorless regions appear at the edges of each cell as the cell membranes shrink from the cell walls. What is happening to these cells? (2pts) 9. When a person eats a fatty diet, excess cholesterol accumulates in the bloodstream. Cells then temporarily stop producing cholesterol. What phenomenon described in the chapter does this control illustrate? Explain. (2pts) 10.Why are large organisms made of numerous small cells instead of a few large ones? (2pts) 11.How is the CAM pathway like C metabolism, and how is it different? (3pts) ...
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#201 Chemistry Student Problems 1
DUE 24hrs-90%correction guaranteed
1. Generate a hypothesis/question to describe what is being tested in the
diagram on the right. (1pt)
Fertilizers will provide essential nutrients such as nitrogen, potassium, and
phosphorous that results to the growth of the plant.
2. What are limitations of the Scientific Method? (2pts)
One of the main limitations of scientific method is that it cannot be used
solely to prove some of the great phenomena currently experienced in the
globe such as global warming. This is because it will often tend study only
the objectives of the causes as well as the consequences. Therefore,
scientific method will refrain from tackling issues that related to morality.
3. Sucrase is an enzyme that breaks down sucrose via hydrolysis into
glucose and fructose. Draw an enzyme activation curve to demonstrate
the conversion of sucrose into glucose and fructose. Use the following
terminologies to label your diagram: uncatalyzed reaction, catalyzed
reaction, name of product(s), name of reactan...

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