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Topic is: cellobaise  

Discussion Outline Suggestions for improvements? 

Ø The hypothesis was supported/not supported.

• Elaborate to include data trends. “We expected___ and found ___.” 

Ø Compare other studies.

• “Interestingly / in contrast / similarly, so and so (2000) found…” 

Ø Describe limitations. (e.g. “Limitations of our experiment included user error.”) 

• Instead try, “While we were able to make inferences about cellobiase activity in x and y mushrooms purchased at the grocery store, we were not able to make conclusions about…”

Ø Future directions. (e.g. “In the future, it would be possible to test more mushrooms and have more replicates.”)

• Instead try, “Future experiments could explore different species in natural settings to provide information about…”

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01/11/2019
Cellobiase Activity in Mushroom
Introduction: The enzyme known to catalyze the hydrolysis of these bonds is cellobiase. This is
the one enzyme capable of braking down cellulose, and can be found in fungus and some
bacteria. The study of an enzyme requires the identification of either the substrate upon which it
acts, or the product of its reaction on the substrate.
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Introduction
i.

Need for cellobiase

ii.

Source of the enzyme

iii.

Mode of action

Discussion
i.

Results and Plots

ii.

Comparison to past works

iii.

Errors

iv.

Suggestions for future improvements

Conclusion: For future experiments, improvements should be made to enable direct measuring of
actual products of reaction instead of subjecting them to further reaction with a stop solution.


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Cellobaise Activity in Mushrooms
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