MinIature to Massive: 3D microscopy in your hands - Home. Kombucha. A1010081847262467. Medical Museion. A web exhibition along with videos, photos, press coverage, and hack recipes, is now live!
Click to explore the online version of the exhibition 'Biohacking: Do It Yourself! ' From kitchen sink to museum: Doing and debating DIY synthetic biology A key principle of Studiolab is to experiment with merging the artist’s studio and research laboratory. This potentially enriches both practices, whilst also engaging public audiences in scientific creativity in innovative ways. In our project, we view the idea of studio + laboratory through the dual prism of museum + open biology. In an exhibition room Medical Museion will install an open biology lab – a space that allows participation and developing of experiments and which has potential for democratizing biological science.
The room will oscillate between active laboratory and an installation continually accessible to museum visitors, and online. Our project is developed in partnership with: Contact at Medical Museion: Previous work. Science Magazine: Sign In. Witch's broom. For a broom associated with witches, see Besom.
Downloads Sustainability Benefits News & Investor Solutions About us Innovation. Azúcar. Se denomina azúcar, en el uso más extendido de la palabra, a la sacarosa, cuya fórmula química es C12H22O11, también llamada «azúcar común» o «azúcar de mesa».
La sacarosa es un disacárido formado por una molécula de glucosa y una de fructosa, que se obtiene principalmente de la caña de azúcar o de la remolacha. El 27 % de la producción total mundial se realiza a partir de la remolacha y el 73 % a partir de la caña de azúcar. La sacarosa se encuentra en todas las plantas, y en cantidades apreciables en otras plantas distintas de la caña de azúcar o la remolacha, como el sorgo y el arce azucarero. En ámbitos industriales se usa la palabra azúcar o azúcares para designar los diferentes monosacáridos y disacáridos, que generalmente tienen sabor dulce, aunque por extensión se refiere a todos los hidratos de carbono. Historia[editar] Edad Antigua y Edad Media[editar] Las conquistas de Alejandro Magno se detuvieron a orillas del río Indo por la negativa de sus tropas para ir más al este.
Biological detergent. A biological detergent is a laundry detergent that contains enzymes harvested from micro-organisms such as bacteria adapted to live in hot springs. The description is commonly used in the United Kingdom, where other washing detergents are described as "non-biological" (or bio and "non-bio").
Most manufacturers of biological detergents also produce non-biological ones. Function Biological detergents clean in the same way as non-biological ones with additional effects from the enzymes, whose purpose is to break down protein, starches and fat in dirt and stains on clothing to be laundered, for example food stains, sweat and mud. Tests by the Consumers' Association in the UK published in their Which? Magazine rated the cleaning performance of washing powders based on stain removal, whiteness, and colour fading. Enzymes in washing powders. What are enzymes?
Enzymes are biological molecules that catalyse (speed up) chemical reactions. Enzymes are specific—they will only work on particular molecules. For example, the enzyme sucrase will only bind with and break bonds in sucrose, not any other type of sugar. Another characteristic of enzymes is that they can be re-used over and over again. A single enzyme will typically catalyse around 10,000 chemical reactions per second. The rate of enzyme activity depends on the amount of enzyme present, and also the temperature and pH of the reaction solution. Phytoplasma. Phytoplasmas are pathogens of agriculturally important plants, including coconut, sugarcane, and sandalwood, causing a wide variety of symptoms that range from mild yellowing to death of infected plants.
They are most prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. They require a vector to be transmitted from plant to plant, and this normally takes the form of sap-sucking insects such as leaf hoppers, in which they are also able to survive and replicate. History Morphology Being Mollicutes, a phytoplasma lacks a cell wall and instead is bound by a triple-layered membrane. The cell membranes of all phytoplasmas studied so far usually contain a single immunodominant protein (of unknown function) that makes up the majority of the protein content of the cell membrane. The typical phytoplasma exhibits a pleiomorphic or filamentous shape and is less than 1 μm in diameter.