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Biology Chemistry Respiratory physiology Hematology Metabolism Catalysis Respiration Homeostasis Blood Carbon dioxide Hemoglobin Enzyme
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Biology Chemistry Respiratory physiology Hematology Metabolism Catalysis Respiration Homeostasis Blood Carbon dioxide Hemoglobin Enzyme
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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 - Enzymes are biological catalysts used to control and speed up metabolic reactions. They also make these reactions more efficient by reducing their activation energy - The structure of the enzyme can be divided into the primary and tertiary stages. The primary stage of the enzyme is its form as a simple amino acid chain. This chain then folds in on its self and forms and active site. This structure is the tertiary structure and it is held together by hydrogen bonds. - Apart from the main structure, there are also other structures that can influence the function of the enzyme. Co-factors, for instance, are metal ions that bind to the non-active site of the enzyme to assist in the formation of the active site. Co...
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