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PROBLEM SET 4 FALL 2007 MCB102 Collins Multiple Choice 1. The following data were obtained in a study of an enzyme known to follow Michaelis-Menten kinetics: V 0 Substrate added ( μ mol/min) (mmol/L) ————————————— 217 0.8 325 2 433 4 488 8 647 100 ————————————— The K m for this enzyme is approximately: A) 1 mM. B) 2 mM. C) 8 mM. D) 20 mM. 2. The number of substrate molecules converted to product in a given unit of time by a single enzyme molecule at saturation is referred to as the: A) dissociation constant. B) maximum velocity. C) Michaelis-Menten number. D) turnover number. True or false 1. For an catalyzed reaction: A) A reaction may not occur at a detectable rate even though it has a favorable equilibrium. B) An enzyme shifts the reaction equilibrium toward product formation. C) Lowering the temperature of a reaction can lower the reaction rate. 2. In a plot of V 0 vs. [S] for an enzyme that follows Michaelis-Menten kinetics: A) As [S] increases, the initial velocity of reaction V 0 also increases.
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