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Lecture 3

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Other than Enzymes, what other 2 factors influence metabolic Reaction Rates? (blank)
What properties of Proteins contribute to their enzymatic ability? (blank)
How is an Enzyme able topromote the conversion of the substrate to products? (blank)
Why would cooling a tissue /group of cells lower Enzyme Activity and Cell Metabolism? (blank)
T/F The RATE of a given Metabolic Reaction occurring in a cell is often limited by # of Enzyme molecules avalable. Explain. (blank)
What sort of energy is located within the structure of Organic Molecules? How ist it Extracted/Released? (blank)
T/F Kinetic (heat) energy produced by Metabolic Rections is a waste product w/ no function in the cell. Explain. (blank)
Chemically, what kind of Molecule is ATP? (blank)
Where exactly in the ATP Molecule is the energy transferred to those reactions that require the energy? (blank)
List some cellular Processes that require ATP & indicate 1 way a shortage of ATP could be lethal to a cell. (blank)
Created by: Kristel