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BCH100fall_HW_5_2010 - BCH1OO Fall 2910 BLH#5[4 points...

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Unformatted text preview: BCH1OO '- Fall 2910 BLH #5 [4 points} ingestion #1: {0.8 point) An enzyme can make an endergonic reaction work as long as this reaction is coupled to a spontaneous reaction that releases more energy than what is required by the endergonic reaction. a.) True - l1] False Question #2: [ll-B point) Thermodynamically favorable reactions are; a.) Exergonic h.) Endergonic c.) Non-spontaneous (1.} Beth A and C e) Both 8 and C Question #3: {0.8 point} i Non-competitive inhibitors of enzymes change of a Line-weaver Burk graph compared to no inhibitor. a.) Km h.) Vmax 6.} Slope d.) Both a and o ’e.) Both b and o W: {0-8 Point) You are allowed to use a graphing calculator and a ruler on exam 1 and the linal exam to properly draw a Lineweaver Burk plot. a.) True ( '19?) False ngetlgn #5: [0.8 point} You can never accurately determine the Vmax and Km for an enzyme by graphing velocity v5 substrate congen‘trations because the curve is asymptotic to the Vmax and will not Intercept ii '- 3:)" True -b.) False ...
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