The energy released reaction rate is a percentage of the total amount of energy.
The rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction decreases as the temperature of the active site increases.
In the lock-and-key model, a substrate fits the shape of a key.
It can be either irreversible or reversible.
In the induced-fit model, both the active site and the substrate undergo, and a competitive inhibitor has a structure similar to the substrate and changes in their shapes to give the best fit for efficient catalysis.
The active site of an enzyme interact with a substrate is where catalysis takes place.
When the products of catalysis are released, the enzyme can bind.
A substance that makes an enzyme inactive by binding and triggering a reaction.
There are different combinations of polypeptide verts.
A unique R group is attached to prevent binding of the building block to the enzyme.
There is an amine R group.
The pH is the most important factor in determining the activity of an enzyme.
Most polypeptide chains are at a temperature.
The polar R groups interact with the amino acid that competes for the active site.
A polypeptide of 50 or more amino acids has a heavy metal in it.
The tein subunits form an active protein by stabilizing the SH groups of cysteines.
A molecule that is involved in biological reactions.
The attraction between water and polar into a compact structure is stable because of the interactions of R groups on the outside of the protein.
There is a structure on the inside of a protein.
An alpha helix is formed by a polypeptide.
A unique R group is moved by two amino acids.
The four tertiary polar, acidic, and basic are contained in aProtein with biological activity.
The structure of cysteine can be drawn.
The active site is a small pocket within the tertiary structure of an enzyme.
When the products of catalysis are released, the enzyme can bind joined by peptide bonds.
The alpha helix is produced by the active site in the peptide bonds.
The milk component of antifreeze is added.
COOH is toxic.
Lactose is present in milk products.
If Lactaid were a solution of alcohol, what would happen to the enzyme?
The formula for Ser-Lys-Asp was drawn.
The formula for Val-Ala-Leu was drawn.
Vegetables and seeds can be deficient in one or more dipeptides.
Vegetables and seeds can be deficient in one or more essential acids.
The pineapple has the bromelain.
The directions don't say to add fresh pineapple.
canned pineapple that is heated to high temperatures can be added.
Fresh pineapple is used in a recipe to tenderize meat.
What are the missing acids in peas and beans?
There are problems related to the topics in this chapter.
Consider the aspartate, valine, and lysine in the same way.
We need to know about shapes in order to understand how proteins function.
Game players learn about the rules that guide the folding of their tertiary structures, but it's not easy to predict the tertiary structures of their primary structures.
There are large molecule of shapes.
To solve for hundreds to thousands of different amino acids.
They can fold in a lot of the same structure.
methionine and lysine are not supplied by peas, but by corn.
methionine and lysine are not supplied by soy but by rice.
The R groups interact to determine the tertiary structure.
They have R groups that are polar.
The same reaction in different organs and tissues of the body is determined by the interactions of R groups.
A doctor can run tests for the essential amino acids if they are supplied by the diet.