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Biochemistry | Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Choose Part Part A

Q | 1 | ID - 68e9d313f2
increase in concentration of enzyme
increase in concentration of substrate
increase in pH
increase in temperature
Enzymes

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Q | 2 | ID - 29f4f563f9
Irreversible inhibitor
Reversible inhibitor
Competitive inhibitor
Non-competitive inhibitor
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:31:26 | gknowledge
Q | 3 | ID - 47b60c8518
Irreversible inhibitor
Reversible inhibitor
Competitive inhibitor
Non-competitive inhibitor
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:30:56 | gknowledge
Q | 4 | ID - a307712e50
Irreversible inhibitor
Reversible inhibitor
Competitive inhibitor
Non-competitive inhibitor
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:30:29 | gknowledge
Q | 5 | ID - 730e40fa33
Competitive inhibitors.
Non-competitive inhibitors
Irreversible inhibitors.
Both a and b
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:30:00 | gknowledge
Q | 6 | ID - fd1c97f2aa
27?C
37?C
47?C
30?C
Enzymes

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Q | 7 | ID - 85be79bb5f
Change in ionization of amino acids at the active site of the enzyme.
Change in the ionization of the substrate.
Denaturation of the enzyme
Increase in the reaction rate
Enzymes

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Q | 8 | ID - ab3e4e193f
Activate
Unaffected
Denatured
None of these
Enzymes

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Q | 9 | ID - 60d351aeb9
Never changes
Forms no chemical bond with substrate
Determined by structure and the specificity of the enzyme.
They are non specific in their action
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:28:03 | gknowledge
Q | 10 | ID - 01ca650441
Saturation
Denaturation
Composition
Inhibition
Enzymes

5 months ago | 05/09/2018 16:27:52 | gknowledge
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