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The graph shows how enzymes affect reactions in cells. Which statement best summarizes the information shown in the graph?
What is the optimum pH of the enzyme in this graph?
Select ALL of the chemicals that are not classified as enzymes.
Any substance that is acted upon by an enzyme is called a(n)?
After the enzyme and substrate bind together and perform the reaction, what does the substrate become?
Which of the following best explains why enzymes are necessary for cellular reactions?
Where do substrates bind on an enzyme?
Select ALL of the following that are not the purpose of an enzyme.
Changes in pH and temperature can an enzyme which causes it to lose its shape and affects its function.
Enzymes typically end in the three letters .
What is the name for the mechanism of enzyme activity?
Once a new product leaves an enzyme, the enzyme is unchanged and ready for the next substrate. What is this called?
Select all of the factors that affect the functioning of an enzyme. (5 choices)
A baby is locked in the car on a hot day. What is most likely to happen to the child?
The graph shows how enzymes affect reactions in cells. Which statement best summarizes what would occur if enzymes were not present in the chemical reaction?
Order the steps of the enzyme-substrate complex reactions below.
The correct substrate binds with the correct enzyme like a lock and key
Enzyme-substrate complex formed
Product(s) are released from the enzyme
Enzyme is free to be reused to bind to other substrates.