Some sorghum seeds were soaked in water for two days. They were then broken into small pieces and placed on the surface of agar containing starch. After two days, it was found that the agar no longer contained starch.
- How was the test for starch in the agar carried out?
- Explain why there was no starch in the agar after two days.
- Why were the sorghum seeds broken into smaller pieces?
- State the observation made when the seeds were soaked in boiling water.