Breathing in of oxygen
Breathing out of carbon dioxide
|Food||Reducing Sugar Test|
|B||Brick red precipitate|
Tube 1: Blue; Tube 2: Orange Precipitate; Tube 3: Blue; Tube 4: Orange Precipitate
Tube 1: Blue; Tube 2: Orange Precipitate; Tube 3: Orange Precipitate; Tube 4: Blue
Tube 1: Orange Precipitate; Tube 2: Blue; Tube 3: Orange Precipitate; Tube 4: Blue
Tube 1: Orange Precipitate; Tube 2: Orange Precipitate; Tube 3: Blue; Tube 4: Orange Precipitate
|Food||Benedict’s Test||Biuret Test||Ethanol Emulsion Test||Iodine Test|
|Menu A||Menu B||Menu C||Menu D|
|Beans and rice Fresh orange||Fried chicken and chips Sweet rice||Cheese and nuts Milk||Fish fried in oil and ice cream|
The table below represents the composition of three foods.
Refer to the diagram below, which shows part of the human digestive system.If structure P is removed, which of the following correctly describes the consequences?
What is the likely effect of removing part of the small intestine?
Four test tubes are setup as shown below to investigate the effect of bile salts and the effect of boiling on the activity of lipase. An emulsion test will be conducted for this investigation. Thus, comparing the results from which tubes could draw conclusions about the effect of boiling on the activity of lipase?