Bio 1A Lect 7 Quiz Answers

Bio 1A Lect 7 Quiz - 3 Binding energy contributes to catalysis by entropy reduction substrate desolvation and 4 Exergonic reactions release energy

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Bio 1A Lect 7 Quiz Answers addition of phosphate group to adenosine  diphosphate adenine ATP Binding energy catalyst covalently bonding to the endergonic Endergonic reactions enzyme exergonic free energy of activation heat induced fit lowering the Ea nonspontaneously orienting substrates corre phosphate groups phosphorylation croenvironment ribose spontaneously s temperature without being consumed 1) catalyst  is a chemical agent that speeds up a reaction  without being consumed by  2) The substrate binds to the active site of the enzyme and the enzyme lowers the Ea barri
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Unformatted text preview: 3) Binding energy contributes to catalysis by entropy reduction, substrate desolvation, and 4) Exergonic reactions release energy into the system and has a negative delta G . They p 5) ATP powers cell work by coupling exergonic reactions to endergonic reactions. A cell do 6) ATP, or adenosine triphosphate , is the cell's energy shuttle. It is made of ribose , a sug 7) ATP drives reactions by phosphorylation , transferring a phosphate group to some mole...
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Bio 1A Lect 7 Quiz - 3 Binding energy contributes to catalysis by entropy reduction substrate desolvation and 4 Exergonic reactions release energy

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