Enzymes, cofactors and coenzymes, activators and inhibitors

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

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Which of the following best describes the function of enzymes?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of an enzyme?
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Enzymes speed up chemical reactions by…
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Consider this chemical equation: 2H2O2 → 2H2O + O2 . What enzyme is need for this reaction to occur?
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In order for an enzyme to function correctly, what two parts are needed?
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Why are substrates and enzymes often compared to a key and lock?
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Are all types of enzymes always present inside the cell? Why or why not?
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How are enzyme functions regulated?
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What is the main chemical difference between a cofactor and a coenzyme?
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What are the two general types of enzyme activity inhibition?
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What type of macromolecule is an enzyme?
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Which of the following object best models an enzyme?
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Which of the following would NOT cause possible damage an enzyme?
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Suppose a student is performing an experiment to test the efficacy of an enzyme in a reaction. The reaction is: 2H2O2 → 2H2O + O2. The student has two reactions setup: one with an enzyme and one without. How can the student measure the rate of the reaction?
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Why is the shape and fit between the substrate and enzyme important?
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Which of the following outlines the most accurate enzyme function process?
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Suppose a student was able to synthesize a new enzyme. What must be included in this enzyme for it to be “activated” and functional?
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What suffix do all enzymes end in?
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What is the biggest difference between competitive and allosteric inhibition?
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What does “allosteric” mean in relation to the enzyme’s active site?