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RCCA&P Week2 2019

Chpt 4 & 5

Each enzyme is specific to a particular molecule called its? Substrate
"Blank" lead to the synthesis or breakdown of a particular biochemical. Metabolic pathways
Anabolism provides materials a cell required via a type of anabolic process called? Dehydration Synthesis
Catabolism breaks down larger molecules by what? Hydrolysis
During an enzyme-catalyzed reaction the region of the enzyme that combines with a specific part of the substrate is called this. Active Site
"Blank" controls the rates of metabolic reactions. Enzymes
Enzyme, usually present in small amounts, that controls the rate of a metabolic pathway by regulating one of its steps. Rate-limiting enzyme
A "blank" helps bind the enzyme to its substrate. It may be a metal ion. Cofactor
A "blank" is composed of vitamin molecules to assist enzymes. Coenzyme
The molecule that carries energy in a form the cell can use. Adenosine triphosphate
"Blank" is the process that transfers energy from molecules such as glucose to make it available for cellular use. Cellular Respiration
Created by: Ms. Guthrie