Enzymes are biochemical catalysts that control the rate of chemical reactions by lowering
the amount of energy needed to initiate the reaction without being consumed by it. Activation
energy is initial investment of energy for staring a react
The Effect of Substrate Concentration, Enzyme
Concentration, Temperature, and pH on Enzyme
Enzymes are proteins that are produced by living cells and catalyze chemical reactions. The
enzyme has an active site
Weight vs. Mass Lab
Objectives: 1. You will learn how mass and weight are related.
2. You will learn how to use a spring scale.
Problem: What is the relationship between weight and mass?
Background Information: The de
Let Evidence Reveal the Truth
Sculptors use 20 to 35 tissue layers and scatter them all over the face. They concentrate
the tissues around the mouth and in between the eyes. Facial depth measurements are available
for male and female, certain ages, rac
when the response enhances the original deviation from normal
Negative Feedback when response counteracts the original deviation normal
- Amount of substance remains fairly stable
- Necessary for homeostasis
moving away from the body (midline)
moving toward the body (midline)
genetic disorder, enzyme involved in melanin synthesis is missing, skin, iris and hair are affected
5. Appendicular vs.
Anatomy and Physiology Review Part 2
Cephalic Phase of Gastric Digestion
occurs before food enters the stomach
has to do with sight, smell, thought, or taste of food
Sections of the Colon
The ascending colon travels up the right side of the abdomen.
Anatomical Positions - erect, facing observer, feet flat on floor, arms held to side, palms
- Superior above; inferior below; anterior front; posterior back; medial middle;
lateral side (away from midline); proximal close t
Odontoid Process (dens) Enables the head to turn
Toothlike Projection on the axis
serves as pivot point for rotation of the atlas
5 Lumbar Vertebrae
Serious birth abnormality in which the spinal cord is malformed and lacks its usual