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Which activity, between aerobics or power walking, has a bigger impact on the percentage of heart rate increase , among 15 and 16 year old girls with similar fitness , with the average heart rate of 60 to 80 ?
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INTRODUCTION The main focus of the lab this time was to find the  relationship  between exercise and cardiovascular activity. The research question I chose  to  focus  was  “Which activity, between aerobics or power walking, has a bigger impact on the percentage of heart rate increase among 15 and  16  year old  girls, with the  average heart rate of 60 to 80?” I thought that this experiment would be interesting since it did   not require any special equipments and I c ould not really predict the result s easily
Effect will the mass of glucose added to yeast have on the rate of reaction of cellular respiration of yeast measured by the growth of bread
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Question: What effect will the mass of glucose added to yeast have on the rate of reaction of cellular respiration of yeast measured by the growth of bread (CO2  production). Hypothesis: I hypothesize that as the sugar mass increases the rate of cellular respiration will also increase
Isotonic point of potatoes by varying the concentration
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Research Question: To find the isotonic point of potato (Solanum tuberosum) by varying the concentration (M) (+/- 0.06 M) (0
Examination of how the concentration of substrate affects the rate of enzyme activity
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Introduction Enzymes are proteins produced by living things that operate as biochemical catalysts (speed up chemical reactions). These enzymes are formed from a sequence   of amino acids that take on a specific three-dimensional structure
Examination of how the concentration of salt in a solution outside of a semi permeable membrane affects the rate of osmosis
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Introduction Osmosis is the movement of water molecules from an area of high concentration (low solute concentration) to an area of low concentration (high solute concentration). This passive form of transport is one that involves a semi permeable membrane
An investigation into molecular genetics differentiating between various molecular databases
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This unit we looked at molecular genetics and their importance in human life. The experiment was  mostly to find out how closely related two species are and how we can identify the differences
Dna; past, present, and future
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DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is a nucleic acid containing genetic information and instruction that is essential in the growth and operation of all living organisms (except certain viruses). Due the fact that DNA?s main role is the long-term preservation of information, it is frequently compared to a set of blueprints; somewhat resembling a recipe or code
What kind of roles the factors of ph levels and temperature
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Abstract: AP Lab Enzymes, introduced us to the catalyzing proteins called, enzymes, focusing on the effects that various variables have on enzyme reaction rate.  To further our knowledge of enzymes,  we used a variety of chemicals to stimulate different conditions
Dissolved oxygen and primary aquatic productivity
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Introduction Dissolved oxygen levels are an extremely important factor in determining the quality of an aquatic environment. Dissolved oxygen is necessary for the metabolic processes of almost every organism
Independent research project – vital lung capacity
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Introduction Breathing is an essential element for all corporeal organisms.  In humans, and most mammals, it is done involuntary
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