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1.
22.) Pick the bonds that stabilize the three dimensional
structure of an enzyme. (Select all that apply)
1.
Hydrogen
bonds
2.
Disulfide
bonds
3.
Hydrophobic
effect
4.
Peptide bonds
27.) The enzyme's active binding site is
to
the substrate.
1. Non-specific
2.
Specific
3. Random
4.
None of the options
21.) True or False: An enzyme that performs well at a pH
range of 7.4 will perform much better by drastically
increasing the hydrogen ion concentration.
1. True
2.
False
13.) Which of the following are characteristics of enzymes?
(select all that apply)
1.
They
are
reusable
2.
They increase activation
energy
3.
They speed
up
a
reaction
4.
They
catalyze
a
specific
type
of
reaction
20.) True of False: An enzyme that normally functions well at
25 degrees C will perform much better if you increase the
temperature to 40 degrees C?
1. True
2.
False
12.) A researcher develops a drug that binds tightly to an
enzyme. Unfortunately, the efficacy of this drug
decreases when there is an abundance of substrate
present. This is an example of
inhibition.
1.
Competitive
2. Noncompetitive
3. Allosteric
4. Feedback
18.) The rate of an enzyme reaction can be increased by
which of the following:
1.
Decreasing
the
activation
energy
of
the
reaction.
2.
Increasing activation energy of the reaction.
3.
Decreasing the temperature inside a cell.
4.
Increasing the temperature inside a cell.