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Biomolecules Unit 1

Substrate (Reactant) Molecules that go INTO a chemical reaction
Product Molecules that COME OUT OF a chemical reaction
Enzyme Molecule that speeds up the rate of a chemical reaction by lowering the activation energy required to start the chemical reaction
Activation Energy The amount of energy required to start a chemical reaction
Synthesis To make something
Two factors that can affect the function of enzymes (1) pH (2) Temperature
Protein Composed of amino acids (EX: enzyme)
Properties of All Enzymes (1) are proteins (2) speed up the rate of chemical reactions (3) act on specific substrates based on their shape (4) lower the activation energy required to start the chemical reaction (5) Are re-useable
Active Site Place on the enzyme where the substrate binds; also where the chemical reaction occurs.
Created by: jafulle3