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The purpose of this experiment was to test the reaction rate of the decomposition of pnitrophenyl glucopyranoside into glucose and p-nitrophenol, in the presence of an enzyme called cellobiase. The experiment consisted of six different activities where the enzyme was exposed to a variety of conditions and the difference in reaction rate was analyzed using a spectrophotometer. In conclusion, the enzyme efficiency is increased by about two orders of magnitude in the presence of cellubiase, and the enzyme activity in greately affected by the environment it is exposed to due to the fact that it evolved to function under very specific conditions.

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