Biological molecules AQA AS Biology PART 4 of 8 TOPICS: Enzymes

Quick summary on everything that needs to be known about enzymes for the AQA exam

It includes the lock and key model as well as the unfamiliar method - the induced fit model.

It has the factors affecting the rate of enzyme activity as well as another key concept that you may not ouch upon in class but is required by the exam board - hydrogen ion concentration. Check it out!

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Biological molecules (AQA AS Biology) PART 4 of 8 TOPICS: Many
proteins are enzymes

Many proteins are enzymes:
At GCSE, the lock and key model was the method that had to be known where the substrate could fit
into the active site of the enzyme to make the products. At…

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hello, what about enzyme inhibtion 

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