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Enzymes catalyse biochemical reaction by lowering the activation energy.

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From what biomolecule are enzymes formed?

Enzymes are produced by living cells which catalyse the biochemical reactions.

What acts as a catalyst in biochemical reactions?

Biochemical reactions are the reactions taking place in the Biological systems. The biological systems contains proteins whose one of the main functions is to catalyse the reactions. The proteins involved in such type of reactions are called as an enzyme. The enzymes catalyse the reactions by lowering the activation energy (energy required to attain the transition state) and helps in the conversion of substrate into the required product.

Why enzymes are called hydrolytic enzymes?

Careful! Not all enzymes are hydrolytic. Hydrolytic enzymes catalyse reactions in which there is breaking of molecules (involving the participation of water molecules). There are enzymes which catalyse reactions in which molecules join together to form a larger molecule (condensation reactions)

What do enzymes do in regards to chemical reactions?

Enzymes are catalysts for biochemical reactions.

Which molecules is an enzyme?

Enzymes are proteins that catalyse reactions.

How do enzymes speed up biochemical reactions?

Enzymes speed up biochemical reactions by lowering the activation energy of the reaction.

How do enzymes alter the rate of biochemical reactions?

Enzymes make biochemical reactions go much faster - the rate is a million to a billion times enhanced.

What is the main function of an enzymes in a cell?

Enzymes catalize biochemical reactions

What are some biological enzymes?

All enzymes are biological, strictly speaks they are conducting biochemical reactions in the living cells. Classical example would beta galactosidase enzyme catalyse the hydrolytic break down of Lactose into Galactose and Glucose

What is true about enzyme?

Enzymes are the catalysts of biochemical reactions.

How do enzymes affect a chemical reaction?

Enzymes act as catalysts in biochemical reactions.

Why are enzymes important in chemical reaction?

Enzymes act as catalysts in biochemical reactions.

What type of catalysts affect biochemical reaction?

Catalysts in biochemical reactions are called enzymes.

Enzymes effect the reactions in living cells by changing the?

Enzymes influence the speed of biochemical reactions, they act as catalysts.

What is a protein that helps speed up reactions?

Enzymes are biochemical catalyst, which are chemically protein molecules that would carry out the biochemical reactions. As a general rule, all the enzymes are proteins but not all the proteins are enzymes.

Enzymes are a special class of?

Enzymes are a special kind of bio molecules called proteins that catalyse rate of reactions.

How do enzymes takes part in chemical reactions?

enzymes are involved i the course of reaction. they catalyse the substrates and help in the reaction

What do you use enzymes for?

Enzymes catalyse many biological reactions in the body to enable speed and efficiency of biological processes.

How are enzymes able to speed up biochemical reactions?

Enzymes are able to speed up biochemical reactions by reducing the activation energy of them. This is the amount of energy required to undergo a reaction.

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