Enzyme Types
Connections of "Lock and Key"
Fast and Quick Substrates
Connections Blocked
Enzymes Could Do With Out

100

This enzyme catalyzes the transfer of different chemical groups other than Hydrogen
What is Transferase

100

The Lock and Key model best represent the connection between two or more these
What are enzymes and substrates

100

Substrates are the substance on which these work.
What is an enzyme

100

This is a term used to describe the mixture of enzymes and substrates
What is enzyme/substrate concentration

100

The activity of this can be affected by inhibitors, concentration, heat, and pH level
What is enzymes

200

This is an enzyme that converts molecules into their positional isomers.
What is Isomerase

200

The "key" in the model holds true for this
What is the substrate

200

When the enzyme and the substrate connect, they create this site in which information is transferred from the enzyme to the substrate.
What is the active site

200

These are the molecules that warp or change the shape of enzymes
What is inhibitors

200

if this is increased too much enzymes and substrates move rapidly colliding with each other causing them to denature.
What is heat

300

When a molecule comes in contact with water and it ends in the decomposition of that molecule it is called hydrolysis. This enzyme speeds the process up.
What is Hydrolase

300

This part of the enzyme substrate connection is best represented by a "lock"
What is the enzyme

300

active sites are found on this protein
What is an enzyme

300

usually passed 40 degrees Celsius enzymes or substrates start to do this.
What is denature

300

All enzymes have an optimum level of this
What is pH

400

This enzyme strips a group from a molecule to form a double bond.
What is Lyase

400

This place is usually where they meet and is the source of information transfer.
What is the active site

400

substrates help this object catalyze different substances
What is enzyme

400

when this is present enzymes cannot use the substrates to carry out functionality
What is inhibitors

400

The compound in which this is placed should match the its pH level.
What is enzyme

500

This enzyme is capable of binding to molecules into one structure.
What is Ligase

500

In an actual enzyme substrate connection, the enzyme has this site which breaks down substrate reaction.
What is a catalytic site

500

with a low concentration of substrates, substrates become saturated by enzymes. Rate of reaction does this.
What is increases

500

in the induced fit model this molecule forces its way into the enzyme.
What is a substrate

500

With a high concentration of substrates all enzymes become saturated. Rate of reaction does this.
What is decreases