Factors Affecting Enzymes

Factors Affecting Enzymes - coenzymes - organic compounds...

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Factors Affecting Enzymes   1. pH     * Most enzymes work within a very narrow pH range often near pH 7.0.   2. temperature   * Enzyme action increases with increasing temperature up to the point that the enzyme  is denatured by the high temperatures
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Unformatted text preview: coenzymes - organic compounds necessary to make the enzyme work properly (examples - NAD, FAD) cofactor - inorganic substances required to make enzymes work (examples - Ca +2 , Mg +2 )...
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