Sep 04, 2016 · Test for proteins 1. You must wear goggles to protect yourself. 2. Get 5 new container labeled "vegetable oil", "glucose", "starch", "egg whites", and “water”. 3. Add about 2 ml of water to each container. Stir the contents of each container to mix the substance with the water. 4. To test for protein you will use Biuret reagent as an indicator. Really helpful review I ended up scoring an 85% on my first attempt. This review is probably if not the best out there for the price, it gives you 3 full-length practice tests with explanations of why answers are right/wrong and also takes you through a course in each topic giving you more than enough practice to feel ready before the exam.
going to test for the presence of different macromolecules in foods that may be consumed in an average daily diet. You will also have to identify both the structure and the function of these macromolecules after observing the outcome of each test.
1. Label the paper in front of test tube 3 with the letter “S” for starch. Label the paper in front of test tube 4 with the letters “CS” as it will serve as the control tube for the starch test. 2. Add 10 drops of the starch solution to the test tube labeled “S.” Add 10 drops of water to the “CS” test tube.