Lactase a is an enzyme that cuts up lactose b Lactose intolerant means you dont

Lactase a is an enzyme that cuts up lactose b lactose

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18. Lactasea.is an enzyme that cuts up lactose b.Lactose intolerant means you don’t have enough of this c.Lactase will take glucose and lactose and fuse them 19. CO2+ H2O ↔ H2CO3↔ H++ HCO3-a.All human reactions are reversible b.CA= an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase c.This equation happens in red blood cells which have the carbonic anhydrase within them d.Due to cellular respiration CO2 is formed combined with water, Carbonic Acid is being formed because of the C.A., which disassociate to proton and HCO3-. Thus we transport CO2 which will go to our lungs as HCO3- which will then go into CO2 thus beginning the cycle again.
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d.i.Occurs inside cytoplasm e.It serves as a buffer for acid combining with CO2 and H+, it neutralize acid in your plasma and a transport system for CO2 f.If you hold your breath, CO2 will just build on the left side of the equation and theequation will be forced to the right, thus causing reduction of the CO2 which the protons will be produced more making your blood more acidic. The equation will have to balance itself out (Le chateliers principle) g.If you hyperventilate then CO2 is diminishing on the right side, thus blood becomes more basic because carbonic acid is being sucked up. h.We maintain blood pH by ventilation in the systemi.Regulate blood pH through kidneys so if blood is acidic then we just put it in our urine j.The equation also creates acids in your stomach, cells in the bone break down the hydroxyapatite which make the acid to spit the calcium out of the hydroxyapatite. 20. Le chatelier principle and homeostasisa.if you take away proton from a side of the equation an equation will go to the rightto make more proton or you take CO2 then equation goes to the left to make more CO2 21. Enzymes a.Cofactors= enzymes won’t work unless something inorganic (mineral) doesn’t come with it a.i.(ex. Iron, Magnesium) b.Coenzymes= enzymes won’t work unless something organic doesn’t come with itb.i.(ex. Vitamin B12) c.Reducing the amount of energy put in, all enzymes do is reactions that normally occur by stabilizing it and speeding it up d.You have to have the substrates to be facing each other in order of the enzymes to worke.Creation of bonds when facing each other 22. Inorganic Compounds
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a.Water a.i.High specific heat=water can hold a lot of heat, but not be hot itselfa.ii.The universal solvent because it is polar, most things in the environment is polar a.iii.Denaturation of a protein if it is too hota.iv.Even though blood carries a lot of heat, it is not very hot (high specific heat) a.v.Water has a high specific heat because of the hydrogen bonds which absorb a lot of heat a.vi.Water can hold a lot of heat, but not change too much in temperature a.vii.Water has the highest specific heat of all substances 23. Tonicitya.the movement of water in and out of cells b.Hypertonicb.i.water will come into of solution c.Hypotonicc.i.water will come out of solutiond.Isotonicd.i.no net movement of water in out of cell 24. Hydrophilica.
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