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What is another term for "carbon-based molecules"?
Carbon centered items
What is the part of an organic compound that dictates its chemical properties?
Fill in the blank: ___________ are the building blocks that make up polymers.
A type of monomer
Proteins that act as catalysts to speed up chemical reactions
How do enzymes speed up chemical reactions?
They make the mitochondria work harder
They bring more substrate
They enlarge the active site
They lower the activation energy required to get the reaction started
Which term refers to the specific reactant upon which an enzyme acts?
Induced fitting room
Describe how the enzyme is affected by the reactions it is involved with:
The enzyme's active site is temporarily changed
The enzyme is unchanged
The enzyme stops working
The enzyme can never work with that specific substrate again
What is the term that means " to break with water":
Which is the term that means "to remove a molecule of water as two molecules become bonded together"?