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This lab activity guides students in the design of their own experiment testing various pretreatments of grass to maximize glucose production that could ultimately be used for the production of ethanol fuel. They examine the effect of mechanical grinding on enzymatic digestion of cellulose. They test experimental variables, such as pH, heat pretreatment, or a combination of these, to optimize the digestion of cellulose into glucose. For 1 group of 4 students. With perishables.
This lab activity guides students in the design of their own experiment testing various pretreatments of grass to maximize glucose production that could ultimately be used for the production of ethanol fuel. Students first follow a guided activity to examine the effect of mechanical grinding on enzymatic digestion of cellulose. In an inquiry activity, each group tests its experimental variables, such as pH, heat pretreatment, or some combination of these, to optimize the digestion of cellulose into glucose. This 1-station kit includes materials for 1 group of 4 students. Kit ships with perishable material included.
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|Cellic® CTec2 Enzyme, 35 mL||1||Included|
|Coarsely Chopped Grass, 7 g||1||Included|
|Pelleted Grass, 32 g||1||Included|
|Finely Milled Grass, 32 g||1||Included|
|Glucose Test Strips||100||Included|
|Tubes, 15 mL||6||Included|
|0.2 M Hydrochloric Acid, 15 mL||1||Included|
|0.1 M Sodium Hydroxide, 15 mL||1||Included|
|pH Paper Dispenser (range of 1.0-14.0)||1||Included|
|Teacher's Manual with Reproducible Student Guide||1||Included|
|Balance||1||Needed, Not included|
|Thermometer||1||Needed, Not included|
|Hot Plate||1||Needed, Not included|
|Labeling Tape and Marking Pens||Needed, Not included|
|Paper Towels||Needed, Not included|
|Incubator (optional)||Needed, Not included|
|Ice Bath (optional for inquiry activity)||Needed, Not included|
|Water Baths (optional)||Needed, Not included|
|Beakers or Flasks, 200 mL (optional for inquiry activity)||Needed, Not included|
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|Earth Systems & Resources||Ecological Systems||Issues & Impacts||Sustainability & Solutions|
|Coriolis Effect and Atmospheric Circulation||Exploring Biodiversity||Loss of Biodiversity||Wastewater Treatment|
|Soil Formation and Properties||Primary Consumer Energy Flow||Ocean Acidification||Wet Scrubbers and Air Pollution|
|Soil Productivity||Population Growth of Lemna minor||Air Pollution and Vehicle Emissions||Agriculture and Feeding a Growing Human Population|
|Quality of Natural Waters: Biological Factors||Biogeochemical Cycles||Cultural Eutrophication and Biodegradable Waste||Biomass to Biofuel|
|Quality of Natural Waters: Physical and Chemical Factors||Primary Productivity and Energy Flow||Acid Deposition|
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