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Chemistry Study #12

Study Guide for Chemistry-12 PACE#1132

active site location on an enzyme where the process that convert substrates to products can take place
amino acid protein-building unit containing an amino group and a carboxyl group bonded to a carbon atom, which is bonded to a hydrogen atom and another functional group
amino acid sequence order in which amino acids are linked in a protein molecule
biochemistry blend of biology and chemistry involving the study of chemical reactions in living things
denaturation permanent unfolding of a normal protein
enzyme protein molecule that acts as a catalyst to speed up chemical reactions in living things
life gift given by the Creator to all living things
enzyme-substrate complex enzyme attached to its substrate
protein bimolecule composed of units called amino acids
substrate molecule that interacts with an enzyme
Created by: carector