Chapter 5(II) Study Qs

Chapter 5(II) Study Qs - Chapter 5 (II): The Working Cell...

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Chapter 5 (II) : The Working Cell 1. Enzymes belong to what class of biological molecules? How do enzymes assist in chemical reactions? 2. Enzymes have unique shapes that are specific to certain substrates . What is a substrate? What is the part of the enzyme called where the substrate binds? How does an enzyme assist a chemical reaction in which a substrate is being broken down? 3. The action of enzymes can be inhibited. What are the two examples from class of other molecules that disrupt enzyme function? What do these inhibitors do to keep the enzyme from fulfilling its duties? 4. The plasma membrane has a structure that serves to keep the internal environment of a cell separate from the external environment. Describe the two parts of the membrane and how those parts orient themselves to serve as a barrier. Aside from those two components, what else is the membrane made up of and how do these other components serve in membrane function? 5.
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