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enzymes substances that cause chemical reaction to occur faster
how do enzymes work by decreasing the ammount of energy needed to activate the chemical reaction
enzymes are a type of?? catalyst
what would happen without enzymes catalyzing metabolic reactions? cells would not be able to perform metabolism quickly enough to support life
what do ribosomes produce? specific enzymes to act on specific substace
why are enzymes important for the synthesis of new molecules
what determines the shape of an enzyme how it works
an enzymes shape is key to?? how the enzyme functions
what affects the shape of an enzymes active sites pH and temperatue
enzymes are only able to work properly in a certain? temperature and pH range
without enzymes catalyzing metabolic reactions.. cells would not be able to perform metabolism quickly enough to support life.
what is a catalase's substrate? hydrogen peroxide
What are enzymes Proteins
Are enzymes reusable? Yes
Enzymes are apart of which model? Lock-n-key
What do you add to an enzyme to get the enzyme-substrate complex? A substrate
What is an enzyme plus a substrate? Enzyme-substrate complex
What does the shape of the enzyme determine? What the enzyme will act on
What is a catalyst Adjective that describes behavior
What do enzymes do? Speed up chemical reactions
What can happen to an enzyme? It can be denatured
How is an enzyme denatured? The active site is changed.
What Is the suffix for an enzyme? Ase
What type of organic molecule are enzymes? Proteins
Created by: MalloryAycock



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