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Micro lab 18

Micro 204, litmus milk reactions Lab 18

Peptonization is often accompanied by the production of X. peptides/ amino acids
Peptonization in milk results from the hydrolysis of X. casein
A rennet curd is usually observed only under X conditions. neutral
The reduction of litmus milk results when X are transferred to the molecule. electrons
When gas production is so vigorous that the acid curd is blown to shreds it is called X. stormy fermentaion
If the lactose in litmus milk is fermented by an organism, then the color of the litmus will be X. red
When litmus turns white, it indicates that X has taken place. reduction
In litmus milk, the litmus serves as both a X and X. reducible dye molecule , pH indicator
X is the main carbohydrate in milk. Lactose
When milk protein is hydrolyzed in litmus milk, it is called X. peptonization
When a curd develops in litmus milk, how could you determine whether is was a rennet or acid curd. the rennet curd is soft, acid curd is hard
A X color is the normal color of litmus milk. Lavender
Color change to red, deep purple acid, alkaline
De colorization reduction
Hard mass acid curd
Soft mass rennet curd
brownish color peptonization
Created by: kmorris8