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Biology Maintaining A Balance Each Dot Point Notes

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Biology Chemistry Matter Respiratory physiology Hematology Household chemicals Physiology Oxidizing agents Blood Hemoglobin Homeostasis Red blood cell
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Biology Chemistry Matter Respiratory physiology Hematology Household chemicals Physiology Oxidizing agents Blood Hemoglobin Homeostasis Red blood cell
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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 SUBSTRATES • Metabolism: refers to all chemical reactions occurring in organisms. • Enzymes: biological catalysts that control all the metabolic processes and increase the rate of chemical reactions → they lower to the energy required to start a chemical reaction. • Without enzymes, metabolism would be too slow to support life. • Enzymes are not consumed or permanently altered (they can be reused again and again). • Chemical composition of enzymes: Most are made up of protein. Proteins are composed of one or more polypeptide chains (long chains of amino acids joined together by peptide bo...
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