What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?

What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?

What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?

What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?

Hydrogen peroxide works the same as the enzyme catalase in liver.  Use chilled, room temperature, and heated hydrogen peroxide.  If you combine the two at different temperatures and determine the length and magnitude of the reaction you can design your experiment.  Create a line graph of the results to indicate which temperature has the strongest reaction.   Be sure to keep note of all observations that you make during the experiment. Keep in mind that the liver functions best at optimal body temperature (98.6 F), this will serve valuable for your hypothesis. For best results include a wide variety of temperatures.
What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?
What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?
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What experiment can I do that will study a factor (e.g., pH or temperature) that may affect enzyme activity?
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