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2.2.7.H Enzymes Follow-Me iQuiz Q. What is a denatured enzyme? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function

Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS

Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What is meant by an enzyme? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch

Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C

CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Suggest a temperature at which human enzymes work best. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide

Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C

25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What is meant by immobilisation? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced

Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate

37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What term best describes the shape of an enzyme? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure

product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen

Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Name a substance that is used to immobilise enzymes. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins

Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate

Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What is meant by an enzymes optimum pH? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol

Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with,

but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Name a factor that influences the activity of an enzyme. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or

low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE

Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What is meant by the specificity of an enzyme? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor

High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst

TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. State a use for Buffer solution in the biology laboratory. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product

Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate

Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. State one way by which an enzyme may be denatured. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded

Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a

particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Apart from C, H and O, what other element is always present in the building blocks of enzymes. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best

Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen

To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Give two features of a denatured enzyme. FALSE pH at which enzyme

works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation

Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. What term is used for the substance(s) that result(s) from the action of an enzyme on its substrate?

FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH

Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question

Q. What is a vessel containing organisms producing useful products called? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function

Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS

Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Name the product produced as a result of the action of catalase on hydrogen peroxide. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch

Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C

CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. To which group of molecules to which enzymes belong? FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide

Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C

25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. In relation to an enzyme, explain the term optimum activity. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced

Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate

37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. True or False. Enzymes are not essential for metabolism. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure

product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen

Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. Give an advantage of using immobilised cells in industrial fermentation. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol

Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate

Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. The loss of enzyme function or activity is known as FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High

salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or

gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. The substrate for the enzyme amylase is FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product Bioreactor

High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst TRUE

Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. The substrate of the enzyme catalase is FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded Product

Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate Organic protein catalyst

TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Please CLICK on THIS BOX for the Next Question Q. True or False. Immobilised enzymes can act as catalysts. FALSE pH at which enzyme works best Alginate Folded

Product Bioreactor High temperature; High or low pH; Agitation; High salinity; Alcohol Proteins Can be re-used; Pure product produced Hydrogen peroxide Starch Changed structure; Loss of function Loss of enzyme function Temperature; pH Denaturation Nitrogen To keep pH constant Enzyme acts on only a particular substrate

Organic protein catalyst TRUE Enzyme trapped in beads or gel so that it will react with, but not mix with, its substrate Oxygen Working at maximum rate 37 C 25 C CONGRATULATIONS Youre Brilliant Incorrect Please CLICK on THIS BOX to Try Again

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