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PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 8 Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion
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I have just a couple of questions left to answer for this exercise.

In Activity 2:
Describe the result in tube 3.

In Activity 3:
Describe the effect that boiling had on pepsin and how you could tell that it had that effect.

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A year ago

In Activity 2: Tube 3 showed positive tests for the Benedict’s reagent, indicating the presence of reducing
sugar.
In Activity 3: Pepsin did not digest BAPNA in tube 1 so it can be concluded that boiling denatures pepsin.
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