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    skin antiseptic 4. Commonly used antiseptic in dentistry 0.12 % -0.2 oral rinse and 0.5% - 1 % in tooth paste. Synthesis Mechanism of action 1. It gives low concentration affect in membrane integrity. 2. Then its action is to disruption bacterial cell membrane & denature of bacterial protein. 3. When it present in high concentration, it cause congealing of cytoplasm. Conclusion Biguanides are used for hand wash and mouth wash widely. Actually it is a cationic group. Which gives us…

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    uction The point of this experiment is to examine the result of altering the concentration of sucrose on the rate of osmosis in cylinders of potatoes. This would occur by using like sizes and lengths of potato cylinders and applying them into varying concentrations of sucrose (1%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 30%) in test tubes then assessing the change in mass of the potato cylinders after. Sustaining all variables unaffected such as the pH, same size, and a constant temperature. Hypothesis: I predict if…

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    A special case of diffusion is known to be osmosis, which is known to be the diffusion of water through a water allowing or permeable membrane. Only water should be able to move through most oftenly. Therefore, the diffusion of one or more other substances along with water should not come in, such as solutes. An everyday example of osmosis is from the result of proned fingers. The bathtub that the person is showering is less concentrated in comparison with your body, thus, it is using osmosis to…

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    Movement of materials from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration id diffusion. Osmosis is diffusion of water. Tonicity compares the environment inside of a membrane with the outside. When a membrane bound structure has a higher concentration of water on the outside of the membrane than the inside is hypotonic. Hypertonic is when a membrane bound structure has a higher concentration of water on the inside of the membrane than the outside. When something is isotonic the inside…

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    The organisms used in this lab are the Ascomycota fungi Sordaria fimicola. S. fimicola is made of haploid cells in a hyphae. A diploid cell is formed when two haploid nuclei bud off of the hyphae. This diploid cell then undergoes meiosis and mitosis forming eight haploid cells called a tetrad. The cells develop within an ascospore, and a group of ascospores is an ascus. An perithecia contains the asci (Glase, 1995). S. fimicola have a unique feature in their meiotic process which easily lends…

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    Question: How does the concentration of salt solution affect the percent change in the mass of potato cells? Hypothesis: If the concentration of salt is increased, then the percent change in the mass of potatoes cells will decrease. Abstract: In this experiment we will be testing how salt concentrations affects potatoes. First, potatoes were peeled and prepped for the experiment; while a salt water solution was being obtained. Potatoes were submerged and left in the solution for two hours, and…

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    Osmosis

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    organisms, potatoes are made up of tiny, living units called cells. Each cell is surrounded by a cell membrane assisting in the transportation of molecules as well as protecting and keeping out harmful molecules. (Tucker, 2006) The reason certain potatoes gained mass while some lose over the 24 hour period is solely affected by the relationship between the concentrations of the solute in the cell verse the concentration outside the cell. As discussion in the introduction, the increase of solute…

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    The fenicol groups of antibiotics are one of the generally utilized medications which are wanted to treat sicknesses relating to respiratory and digestive systems. These days, these gatherings of antibiotics are utilized as a part of veterinary prescription adequately. Fenicol gathering of anti-microbials incorporates a few regularly utilized medications like chloramphenicol and florfenicol. As of late, utilization of florfenicol has been expanded on account of its wellbeing in nature when…

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    Niemann-Pick disease is a condition that affects many body systems. It has a wide range of symptoms that vary in severity. Niemann-Pick disease is divided into four main types: type A, type B, type C1, and type C2. These types are classified on the basis of genetic cause and the signs and symptoms of the condition. Infants with Niemann-Pick disease type A usually develop an enlarged liver and spleen (hepatosplenomegaly) by age 3 months and fail to gain weight and grow at the expected rate…

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    solution, the concertation of a substance is larger within the cell; the cell gains water to dilute this concertation . in hypertonic solution, the concentration of substance is larger in solution than the cell. The cell will…

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