GR - Enzymes and Energy II

GR - Enzymes and Energy II - Guided Reading - Enzymes and...

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Guided Reading - Enzymes and Energy II 1. Isomers are different forms of an enzyme. True False 2. During oxidation, a molecule or atom A. gains protons. B. loses protons. C. gains electrons. D. loses electrons. 3. Oxidized nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) has ______________ two hydrogens. A. lost B. gained C. shared
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4. In general, decreased body temperature causes the rate of enzymatic reactions to decrease. True False 5. Free energy is the only type that can be used to perform cellular work. True False 6. Reduction and oxidation are always coupled. True False 7. Elevated plasma aldolase could be indicative of A. muscular dystrophy. B. pancreatitis. C. pernicious anemia. D. prostate cancer. 8. The model that describes how an enzyme can adjust its shape to fit the shape of the substrate is the A. lock-and-key model. B. enzyme-substrate model. C. induced-fit model. D. conformational model. 9. A ______________ is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one cubic centimeter of water
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