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Oxidation and reduction reactions are chemical processes that result in a gain or loss in electrons
reactions that occur spontaneously and release free energy are called _ reactions exergonic
Protein catalysts that speed up the various metabolic biological reaction in an organism are called enzymes
Enzymes have specific _ with which they interact substrates
the chief energy currency of all cells is a molecule called ATP
Reactions that do not proceed spontaneously because they require energy from an outside source are called endergonic
enzymes catalyze chemical reactions by lowering the activation energy
RNA molecules that have been recently reported to act also as enzymes are given the name ribozymes
in an enzyme catalyzed reaction the reactant is called the substrate
at the conclusion of an enzyme catalyzed reaction, the enzyme frees itself from the product and is ready to be reused
ATP gives up energy when it is converted to ADP and phosphate
the temperature is raised slightly above the optimum for a specific enzyme. what would you expect to observe as a result of the change in temperature decreased enzyme activity
Created by: gabriley11