I. Amount of Apple Juice Produced (ml) vs. Type of enzyme (5 drops) II. Purpose: The objective of this experiment is to test the impact of different enzymes on the production of apple juice. The data received by testing the two enzymes, Pectinase, and Cellulose would show witch enzyme can remove more juice during this process and decide the data would show the most effective plan to increase juice production for a Connecticut company in the business of making and selling apple juice.
Our chips are thinner than traditional potato chips because we want to add strong taste on the chips. When Baby Boomers open the bag, the strong taste can recall their sense of taste. Second, our chips combine some fruit tastes, such as orange, grape, strawberry, blueberry, and so on. The major tastes are sour and sweet. In one package, people can taste different fruits.
However, this nutty spread would be nothing without its sweet counterpart known as jelly. Jam, jelly, or preserves whatever the preferred name is one thing is certain, it is a sweet, gelatinous paste that some claim is the best part of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Unlike peanut butter, jam does not possess the same amount of vitamins and minerals but packs a huge punch on your taste buds. This is because jelly can be made from a variety of fruits including: grapes, strawberries, cherries, and apples. Apple jelly goes great on muffins, while strawberry jam taste amazing on morning toast.
The experiment hypothesis " If three drops of pectinase are stirred into applesauce and used to produce apple juice then it will produce more than water or cellulase because the fruit cells walls gets breaken down and gets turned into apple juice". The independent variable is the type of enzyme which gets mixed into the applesauce. The dependent variable is the amount of apple sauce which bgets created. A few controll variables are to use the same amount of applesauce and enzymes and to stirring the cup with the same amount everytime Materials: • Apple sauce • Pectinase enzyme • Cellulase enzyme • Funnels • Filter • Paper towels • Droppers (one for each enzyme) • Stirring rods • Graduated cylinder • Access to water • Beakers • timer Safety: • Put on safety glasses, or safety goggles. • Tie back any long hair that is hanging down.
Topic sentences for each body paragraph 3. Outline of paragraphs (using the "sequencing" style of organization) Answer: 1. Apples and Oranges are both similar and different in terms of where they are grown, what the look like, and cost. 2. Apples are a pomaceuos fruit that grow on small deciduous trees.
Environmental Fundamentals Cassandra Cisneros ENV/100 July 29, 2013 Sergio Garcia Environmental Fundamentals Environmental science is a study of the environmental systems such as biology, chemistry, geology, ecology, etc. the science of the environment provides people with many tools and knowledge to understand many challenges. It is important for society to learn more about environmental sustainablility because the people need to know how to sustain life better without harming the planet. There are many hazardous products that harm our environment as well as our health. Environmental science is a mixture of physical and biological sciences such as biology, chemistry, physics, ecology, geology, soil science, atmosphere science, and geography.
How do Marxist critical perspectives help you to interpret cultural products and practises? (Based on Apple) Apple is a multi-billion pound company which sells electronic items to the masses. Apple is a huge part of popular culture as it is rare to see someone who doesn’t own at least one Apple product and almost impossible to find someone who has never heard of the company. We must ask ourselves if we are being tricked into buying these ludicrously expensive items because they are part of popular culture due to their physical beauty. When it comes down to it Apple products are nice to look at, they’re sleek, thin and shiny.
'Discuss how Edward Thomas communicates his strong feelings towards life and death in lights out, with reference to imagery, language, and structure.' Thomas portrays strong, melancholic feelings towards life in ‘Lights Out’ as he depicts his sense of hopelessness in his life. In contrast, he connotes death as an ambiguous but inevitable occurrence that can give comfort to a person, being the only inevitable thing to happen to humans. The frequent use of forests in his imagery shows the confusion Thomas feels towards death and the journey toward it. He denotes that “the cloudy foliage lowers” while you find yourself in this forest on the “brink” of death.
The primary purpose is to get people to drink there apple juice. The secondary purpose of the product is you will the satisfaction of a ripe crisp apple in a drink. You should buy the product because it’s a fresh thirst quenching drink. The words and pictures in the ad combine to show that there is no difference between Simply Apple and crisp ripe apple. The intended audience for Shape-Ups is for people who want to tone their body.
Could there be a connection? (www.oldwayspot.org/store/images/Pyramid_Asian _w.jpg) When I first looked at the Asian food guide pyramid, one of the first things that stood out at me was that nuts are recommended daily. In moderation, nuts can be very good for you. Almonds, for example, are very rich in calcium. Pistachios can, along with a healthy diet reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke Additionally, Brazil Nuts are rich in selenium, a chemical that can reduce the risk of developing colon cancer.