Enzymes - different types of enzymes and their function

Created March 2020, Offline version here
Video by Paul Anderson, also on his website Bozeman Science.



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1. Enzymes work by ______ the activation energy.
2. An everyday object used to model the substrate fitting into the active site.
3. This enzyme is used to break down hydrogen peroxide and is found in all organisms.
4. Substrates bind to the _______ site on the enzyme.
5. Type of activator that is made of inorganic molecules
6. After the substrate is broken down, the ______ is released.
7. One type of inhibition where the active site’s shape is changed.
8. Inhibitors are used to turn enzyme function _____.
9. Type of protein that helps catalyze chemical reactions
10. This molecule that needs to be broken down is called a substrate but in a chemical reaction, this molecule is referred to as a(n) ______
11. Type of inhibition where the substrate and inhibitor “fight” to bond to the active site.
12. One type of enzyme can catalyze how many chemical reactions?
13. When the product produces in turn becomes the inhibitor, this type of regulation is called ______ loop.
14. Enzymes are made of this macromolecule.
15. Activators and inhibitor help _____ enzyme activity.
16. Coenzymes and cofactors do this to the enzyme.
17. How many activator molecules are there for enzymes?
18. Coenzymes are made of this type of molecules.
19. Part of the enzyme the substrate bonds to.
20. All enzymes end in these three letters