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to prepare an enzyme immobilisation and examine its application.practical questi

To make the beads in this investigation.. mix sodium alginate and calcium chloride
the solid bead is made from calcium alginate
the source of enzyme is... yeast
Immobilised enzymes are fixed to each other or to an inert material
distilled water is used so as.. ions in the water do not interfere with the formation of the bead
Sucrose is an example of a .. a disaccharide made of glucose and fructose
the container in which the enzyme is broken down is called... a separating funnel or a bioreactor
to test for glucose... use a test strip or benedicts solution
to make free yeast.. mix yeast with water
free yeast works.. faster than immobilised yeast
immobilised yeast can be used... many times
Turbidity refers to the... cloudiness of the solution
to prevent beads from blocking the bioreactor use a straw
a bioreactor is ... a container in which a biological reaction takes place
Created by: PDST Biology