|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
This is for our Investigatory Project in school. We decided to do this experiment because of the present water problem that we are experiencing now (not just in our country but elsewhere too!) and also to encorporate recycling into our project (by using an expired product). So far, my groupmates and I know that fresh/whole milk is made up of lactose, fat and protein. What we can't find in our research is the chemical composition of EXPIRED milk, which should be a tad different from non-expired milk. We also can't find any researches done previous to ours that may help us. Would you know of any?
Re: Will EXPIRED fresh milk work as an alternative to water in watering plants?
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Biochemistry.