Enzymes generally have an optimal temperature range and increasing or deceasing away from this range decreases the effectiveness of a protein, but this process is reversible. Conformational changes are important to the function of many enzymes and thermal energy tends to influence them greatly, low temperature limit them. Increasing temperature can enhance the reactions process up to a point.
Enzymes are proteins and when proteins are heated to above their temperature threshold they begin to change their 3d structure and become ineffective. The same happens to enzymes, those enzymes can no longer work properly when their 3d structure is altered due to the increase in temperature.
If the temperature is high the enzyme gets denatured .. if too low it gets inactive
Time does not affect enzyme activity. Amount of enzymes, amount of reactions and factors like temperature and ph affect enzyme activity.
temperature and pH are very important factor in enzyme activity because temperature can be define as the hotness or coldness of a body and an enzyme activity takes place in a body. pH is the acidity or alkalinity of medium therefore pH and temperature affect enzyme activity.
It slows down enzyme activity while a higher temperature will increase activity. If the temperature gets too high, it may denature the enzyme
Ph level, enzyme concentration, substrate concentration etc
pH and temperature
temperature and the amount of enzymes
Temperature and ph level.
3 factors that affect the speed of an enzyme catalysed reaction are: .Temperature .Enzyme Concentartion .Substrate concentration
Substance concentration, enzyme concentration, temperature and PH level
The two factors that can affect the functioning of enzymes are the specific pH and temperatures. If the temperature or pH changes, it causes the shape of the enzyme to change. If the temperature of the enzyme changes, the specific shape of the enzume also changes.
pH, temperature, substrate concentration and enzyme concentration influences the rate of reaction
pH, temperature, and concentration
pH and temperature
Mostly pH, Temperature, and salt.
Temperature, pH, salt concentration
Temperature, pH, and concentration.
concentration temperature pH
Ph level accelerates enzymes and temperature slows the process down
Enzymes are quite easy to break.So if the pH is too acidic,then the enzyme might break.Therefore if the temperature is too high,the enzyme will also break.
It effects the activity of the enzymes as they might not survive in that temperature
pH Temperature Substrate Concentration non-ideal conditions will ultimately lead to the denaturing of the enzyme
-Heat, temperature, &pHtemperature, pH level, concentration of enzyme, concentration of substrate( my sec.1 science book)