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Chemistry Biology Catalysis Metabolism Respiratory physiology Physiology Hematology Homeostasis Glucose Blood Enzyme Hemoglobin
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Chemistry Biology Catalysis Metabolism Respiratory physiology Physiology Hematology Homeostasis Glucose Blood Enzyme Hemoglobin
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1 Identify the role of enzymes in metabolism, describe their chemical composition and use a simple model to describe their specificity on substances • Enzymes are catalysts that are present in all living systems. • The main role of enzymes in metabolism is to catalyse (speed up) reactions. • Most enzymes are proteins which are a long chain of amino acids joined together by peptide bonds (called a polypeptide). • A particular area on the protein molecule (enzyme) is able to attach itself to the reactant molecule. • The reactant in an enzyme catalysed reaction is called the SUBSTRATE and the area on the enzyme that binds to the substrate is the ACTIVE SITE. • Most of the reactions in the body would not take place at the temperature and pH of living things unless they are catalysed by enzymes. • ONE ENZYME CATALYSES ONE SUBSTRATE AND ONLY THAT SUBSTRATE The lock and...
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