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Enzymes

effect of pH , temperature and heat denaturation on Catalase activity

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The substrate used in these activities is... Hydrogen Peroxide
The enzyme used in this investigation is.. Catalase
The source of the enzyme is .. Radish or Celery or Liver
To keep pH constant... Use a buffer solution
To keep temperature constant ... Use a water bath
To vary the temperature use.. Water baths at different temperatures
The volume of foam produced is... a measure of the rate of enzyme activity
What gas is released to cause the foam to form? Oxygen
In relation to enzyme explain the term optimum. the condition at which it works best
If the pH is too high or too low.. the enzyme may be denatured.
A denatured enzyme has.. lost its shape and cannot function
Boiling an enzyme causes it to become.. denatured
Created by: PDST Biology