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The function of an enzyme is dependent on the shape of the enzyme. The structure and shape determines what the enzyme can do.

The shape of an enzyme determines its function. Denaturing it causes the enzyme to lose its shape, thus the enzyme will no longer function.

The shape and size of the enzyme determines it's function because they're extremely specific. An enzyme will only work with one type of substrate.

Its composition and physical structure - this is determined by the DNA/RNA that coded for it.

the active site of the enzyme determines the specific substrate with which an enzyme can react

the active site of the enzyme determines the specific substrate with which an enzyme can react

enzyme purification is a process involve purification of protein depends on its unique structure, which determines both biological function and properties in solution

The gene sequence determines the codon, which in turn determines the aminoacid, which in turn determines the tridimensional shape on the protein, which in turn determines the shape of the active site, which in turn determines what it'll be catalysing.

An enzyme has only one substrate that it works with so it has only one function. This is called a lock and key mechanism. Other things can affect the enzyme such as temperature, pH level and levels of either the substrate or the products. High temperature can denature the enzyme (they are proteins). They can not fit the lock (substrate).

what is the primary function of enzyme

The function of an enzyme is to increase the rate of a reaction.

An enzyme shape determines it's activity.

Which enzyme? Each enzyme requires a certain molecule to function. Lactase requires there to be lactose....see?

Shape of an enzyme specifically shape of its active site determines enzyme specificity .

enzyme have one function and function with one substrate

They degrade and are no longer able to function as an enzyme.

The place where the substrate and the enzyme meet to allow the enzyme to function.

Enzymes that are sensitive to changes in their physical or chemical environment, such as changes in pH or temperature will change their shape if placed in suboptimal environments. Most enzymes are proteins, and it's a protein's shape that determines their function. Change the shape, and the enzyme is denatured, and can no longer function for its purpose adequately.

When an enzyme is boiled, it becomes denatured. Once it is denatured, the shape of the enzyme is altered causing it not to function properly or even not to function at all.

the function of the digestive enzyme amylase is to start the breakdown of starches and salts.

Do you mean denatured? Form is function in an enzyme and if heat or acidity denatures an enzyme the function of the enzyme is compromised. Certain R group bonds being br5oken will denature the enzyme and give it a different conformation.

The way that a polypeptide folds to form the protein determines the proteins function.

by function is enzyme ... by structure is hormone

The sequence of amino acids determines the specific function of a protein. The shape and structure of the protein determines where in the cell it can go.

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