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On graph 1, you will see a sketch of the graph which I expect to be the result of the experiment. If the temperature is increased it means there are more particles of reactant knocking about between the water molecules, which make collisions between the important particles more likely.
Enzymes are catalysts and increase the speed of a chemical reaction without themselves undergoing any permanent chemical change. They are neither used up in the reaction nor do they appear as reaction products.
The rate of a reaction increases until all the active site of an enzyme is filled with a substrate or the reaction has reached its maximum rate, or stopped. The basic enzymatic reaction can be written as follows: The lock and key theory utilizes the concept of an "active site.
The substrate is held in such a way that its conversion to the reaction products is more favourable. If we consider the enzyme as the lock and the substrate the key, the key is inserted in the lock, is turned, and the door is opened and the reaction proceeds. However, when an inhibitor which resembles the substrate is present, it will compete with the substrate for the position in the enzyme lock.
When the inhibitor wins, it gains the lock position but is unable to open the lock.
Hence, the observed reaction is slowed down because some of the available enzyme sites are occupied by the inhibitor. If a dissimilar substance which does not fit the site is present, the enzyme rejects it, accepts the substrate, and the reaction proceeds normally.
This is an example of competitive inhibition. Not only enzymes are used to speed up a reaction, but it is also believed that some form of energy is needed for a chemical reaction to occur. This energy is called "the energy of activation". It is the magnitude of the activation energy which determines just how fast the reaction will occur.
It is believed that enzymes lower the activation energy for the reaction they are catalysing. The enzyme is thought to reduce the "path" of the reaction. This shortened path would require less energy for each molecule of substrate converted to product.
Given a total amount of available energy, more molecules of substrate would be converted when the enzyme is present the shortened "path" than when it is absent. Hence, the reaction is said to go faster in a given period of time.
This is a diagram of the concept of energy activation. In the case of enzymatic reactions, this is complicated by the fact that many enzymes are adversely affected by high temperatures. The reaction rate increases with temperature to a maximum level, then abruptly declines with further increase of temperature.
Over a period of time, enzymes will be deactivated at even moderate temperatures. Some enzymes lose their activity when frozen. We then mixed the mixture and the iodine together, reset the colorimeter with our blanker, and then got the reading of that colorimeter tube.Extracts from this document Introduction.
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most common ones include (1) amylase, a starch-digesting enzyme that originates chiefly from the pancreas and salivary glands; its serum activity is usually elevated in the early stages of acute inflammation of the pancreas, in obstruction of the pancreatic duct, and in mumps; (2) lipase, a fat-digesting enzyme that also.
Alpha-amylase, (α-amylase) is a protein enzyme EC that hydrolyses alpha bonds of large, alpha-linked polysaccharides, such as starch and glycogen, yielding glucose and maltose.
It is the major form of amylase found in humans and other mammals. It is also present in seeds containing starch as a food reserve, and is secreted by many fungi. Extracts from this document Introduction.
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Extracts from this document Introduction. The Effect of Concentration on Pectinase Using Apple Hypothesis: As the concentration of pectinase added to apple pulp increases, the faster the rate at which apple juice is produced.