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Describe the reactants and products associated with the yeast fermentation experiment.  Yeast were exposed to glucose, sucrose, fructose and starch.  What was the dependent variable in this experiment?  What was the independent variable?  List three controlled variables from this experiment.

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Identify the photosynthetic pigments in plants and describe the colors/wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum they absorb. Describe paper chromatography and how this was used to separate the pigments. 

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