Bilogy- Proteins and Enzymes

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The monomers in proteins are:
Amino acids
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What type of substances do lipases break down?
Fats
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Protease is produced by:
The stomach, small intestine and pancreas
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Amylase catalyses the breakdown of starch into:
Sugars
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Proteases are used in some baby foods to:
Predigest the proteins
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One job of bile is to:
Neutralise the acid produced by the stomach
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What are enzymes?
Proteins
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What is the optimum temperature for an enzyme?
The temperature at which its activity is greatest
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What happens to enzymes at very high temperatures?
They are denatured
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Stomach enzymes work best around pH level:
2
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What type of substances do lipases break down?

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Fats

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Protease is produced by:

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Amylase catalyses the breakdown of starch into:

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Proteases are used in some baby foods to:

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