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Good Times With Enzymes

Good Times With Enzymes

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Good Times With Enzymes

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  1. Good Times With Enzymes A Dr. Production www.africangreyparrott.com Sung to the tune “Goodtimes” by Chic

  2. Enzymes, These are the enzymes Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes

  3. Enzymes, Reduce reaction time Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes

  4. Enzymes are proteins usually ending in “ase” They change but are not changed, the definition of a catalase

  5. Combine with substrates to break them apart Their specific activation site makes sure they hit the mark

  6. If there’s a reaction that you want to go Without an enzyme it reacts too slow

  7. Enzymes lower activation energy And once that’s lowered, you’re home free (home free)

  8. Enzymes, These are the enzymes Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes

  9. Enzymes, Reduce Reaction Time Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes

  10. Amino acids are the monomers of a polypeptide - a proteinpolymer

  11. Enzyme and substrate fit neatly in place They got the “Lock & Key” to win the reaction race

  12. They require a specific temperature And if it’s not exact they can be denatured

  13. A proper pH is necessary If your acids and bases are just right, you’re home free (home free)

  14. Enzymes, These are the enzymes Catalyze & metabolize These are the enzymes

  15. Enzymes, Reduce reaction time Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes

  16. 1. Which of the following enzymes would digest a fat? A. sucrase B. fatase C. protease D. lipase

  17. 2. Which group of organic compounds includes the enzymes? A. proteins B. starches C. carbohydrates D. lipids

  18. 3. Any substance that is acted upon by an enzyme is called a(n) A. coenzyme B. substrate C. vitamin D. polypeptide

  19. 4. The "lock and key hypothesis" attempts to explain the mechanism of A. vacuole formation B. pinocytosis C. sharing of electrons D. enzyme specificity

  20. 5. Which chemical is classified as an enzyme? A. galactose B. lipid C. protease D. manganese dioxide

  21. 6. Which statement best describes the enzyme represented in the graphs below? A. This enzyme works best at a temp. of 35 C and a pH of 8.  B. This enzyme works best at a temp. of 50 C and a pH of 12.  C. Temp. and pH have no influence on the activity of this enzyme.   D. This enzyme works best at a temp. above 50 C and a pH above 12

  22. Have you ever known someone to get ill? If eating ice cream or milk or cheese they’d have to take a pill

  23. That’s cause they didn’t have the protein lactase. The enzyme that digests lactose and puts it in it’s place

  24. Have you ever wondered how your clothes get clean? With a little detergent in a washing machine

  25. There are some enzymes that will break down the grime In all those awful stains that give you a real hard time.

  26. Enzymes Lactase, catalase, protease, Amylase, lipase, pectinase, Cellulase, maltase, DNAse

  27. Enzymes, These are the enzymes Leave substrates behind These are the enzymes