CB1 e

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  • Created on: 21-10-18 12:24
State that Enzymes are protein
Enzymes are made from amino acid, and produce protein. It's made by stringing together 100 and 1000 amino acids in a specific order.
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Examples of Enzymes & where they're found in the human body: Amylase
Found In Saliva: Breaks Carbohydrates into glucose (Sugar)
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Trypsin
Small Intestine: Breaks protein down into smaller Peptides.
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Lipase
Found In Saliva: Breaks down fat in your food.
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Nucleases
In The Bone Marrow:Breaks down nucleic acids into nucleotides.
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Carbohydrates
Glucose, Fructose & Galactcose (Sugar), Polysacharids (Starch)
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Protein
Amino Acids
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Lipids
Triglycerides, Phospholipids, Waxes, And Steroids
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Enzymes - Biological Catalysts
Occur inside the cells or are secreted by the cells. Catalase: Enzyme that catalyses the break down of hydrogen peroxide.
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Why Catalysis by Enzyme in important in the human body
Because reactions happen much faster.
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Examples of Enzymes & where they're found in the human body: Amylase

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Found In Saliva: Breaks Carbohydrates into glucose (Sugar)

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Trypsin

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Lipase

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Nucleases

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