Enzyme_Kinetics_Key

Enzyme_Kinetics_Key - K inesiology2 00 L ab ComputerL ab E nzymeK inetics Q uiz(10 p oi nts KEY o c omparison f a ctivation nergy AG)w ith a nd w

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Kinesiology 200 Lab Computer Lab - Enzyme Kinetics Quiz (10 points) KEY Graphicallv illustrate a comparison of activation energy (AG-) with and without the presence of an enzyme. (see graph on page 4 of introduction section of CD-ROM) suOir(,A44- A G""r ft, e-r'V A&1 ":i 4 rJ? e \^o{aY cc,4]{rft, 2. Fill-in the table: f-rr ri ?,OCep DS -> Factors That Can Affect AG* I Substrate availab!litv 2 Temoerature of solution pH of solution 4 Enzvme concentration IEI q lnhibitors What is the optimal ranqe in the physiological fluids in which enzymatic reactions ocour in mammalians for each of the following? a. temoerature: 3040'C b. pH: 5.5-8.0 4. Graphicallv illustrate the definition of Vmax and Km. (see graph on page 2 of kinetics section of CD-ROM) ,"U\oc;W cf exn
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ru) 5. Graphicallv illustrate the effect enzyme concentration has on the velocity of a reaction (V). (v) tEl 6. List 3 ways in which endurance training can help enzymatic reactions proceed at a max rate for a longer period of
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