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    to lower levels of the waters pH, resulting in harm to the aquatic life that inhabits the waters. This experiment, unlike others, focuses on the long-term effects that ocean acidification will have on the coral reefs. The study took place near cool volcanic seeps near the waters of Papua New Guinea on three tropical coral reefs that housed numerous species and organisms. The most ideal coral reef was the “control sight” that was tested: with low CO2 level and a pH of 8.1: it contained very…

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    the concentration, then the absorbance will also increase. For part 2 section A my hypothesis was if you increase the temperature, then the enzyme reaction time will also increase. For part 2 section B my hypothesis was if we change the level of the pH, then the ability of the enzyme will be changed. In part 2 section C my hypothesis was if you increase the concentration,…

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    acidification is, what are the effects of ocean acidification, who are the ones being mostly affected, and how can we resolve this issue. According to NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), ocean acidification is defined as, “a reduction in the pH of the ocean over an extended period of time, caused primarily by uptake of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere”. Carbon dioxide that has…

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    species (Hardt & Safina 71). Other experiments show the struggle of phytoplankton balancing the changing pH inside them and how it correlates with the impaired ability to reproduce or grow. Many species cannot genetically adapt because ocean acidification is occurring too rapidly. Researchers at Princeton University claimed that acidification…

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    particularly human influences. A wastewater affluent region in Oso Bay showed very high concentrations of Inorganic and organic nitrogen, phosphate, and carbon; it also showed a low concentration of dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll, and a more acidic pH (Wtz, et al. 2015). Signatures of eutrophication…

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    Gasmalla et al Trop J Pharm Res, January 2014;13 (1): 61 Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research January 2014; 13 (1): 61-65 ISSN: 1596-5996 (print); 1596-9827 (electronic) © Pharmacotherapy Group, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Benin, Benin City, 300001 Nigeria. All rights reserved. Available online at http://www.tjpr.org http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tjpr.v13i1.9 Original Research Article Nutritional Composition of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni Leaf: Effect of Drying Method Mohammed Abdalbasit…

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    for AGD requires checking for few things before and during the treatment to carry out a successful and effective treatment. 1. Freshwater Source: The freshwater source should be checked for temperature, total ammonia nitrogen and ammonia percentage, pH, hardness, salinity and any harmful plankton. Temperature: Freshwater with temperature closer to the temperature that treating fish are being reared in is best choice. Colder the water better as higher temperature also plays a role in…

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    Indigestion Lab Report

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    higher the pH and the greater difference in colour. A discrepancy in the results is that even though each compound making up DeWitt’s antacid powder had a higher reading pH than the one in Nancy’s Home Remedy, more of DeWitt’s was needed to…

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    Catalase Enzyme Lab

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    Practical 3: Enzyme Activity (2.5) Research Question: How does the change of pH affect the rate of decomposition of hydrogen peroxide on the enzyme, catalase? Background Information: Enzymes are globular proteins, which are synthesised by cells in order to perform specific functions. These act as catalysts in chemical reactions and are considered a major factor in an organism as these reaction rates are required to be shortened in order to support life. Catalase is one of the most…

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    into an equation (Deb Smith, 2006). Equation 2 The presence of H3O+ directly affects the pH reading. This reaction…

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