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Unformatted text preview: Surname: Given name: Number: p. 5 Each of the four questions on this page refers to a graph shown below, and refers to the kinetics of an enzyme—catalyzed reaction. Answer with the appropriate letter. (In each question, choice “E ” is ”none of the curves shown ”.) 20. Top ieflfigure: Which of the graphs shown best represents the initial velocity of the reaction as a function of substrate concentration? 21. Top right figure: Which of the graphs shown best represents the substrate concentration as a function of time? 22. Bottom Ieflfigare: Which of the graphs shown best represents the initial velocity of the reaction as a function of enzyme concentration? 23. Bottom right figure: Which of the graphs shown best represents the Michaelis constant for the enzyme, as a function of substrate concentration? ...
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