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BIOL 211: Introductory Cell Biology and Genetics: Enzyme Activity Report

This is a guide for students in Biology 211, Introductory Cell Biology and Genetics.

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Sample searches:

  • amylase and inhibitors and plants
    • (On results screen: check the Scholarly, Peer-reviewed Journal limit on the left side)
    • If the PDF is not available, use the Find Full Text or Linked Full Text options
  • carbohydrates and amylase and temperature
    • (On results screen: check the Scholarly, Peer-reviewd Journal limit on the left side)
    • If the PDF is not available, use the Find Full Text or Linked Full Text options
  • amylases and properties
    • (On results screen: check the Scholarly, Peer-reviewd Journal limit on the left side)
    • If the PDF is not available, use the Find Full Text or Linked Full Text options

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Here are some sample search terms:

  • Amylase
  • Carbohydrates
  • Carbohydrates metabolism
  • Starch
  • Starch Metabolism

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