An enzyme is a catalyst, and it speeds up the biochemical reaction. It does this by providing an alternate pathway for the reaction to occur, and this alternate pathway has a lower activation energy than the pathway in the absence of the enzyme.
It catalyses the biochemical process thus it increases the rate of reaction
An enzyme is molecule that helps other molecules enter into chemical reactions with one anotherbut is itself unaffected by these reactions. In other words, enzymes act as catalysts for organic biochemical reactions. They usually speed up the reaction.
enzyme sped up the chemical reaction
Enzymes catalyze reactions - ie, increase the rate of the reaction (substantially)
it alters the pH of the enzyme denaturing it leaving it unable to carry out it's role effectively or at all
The majority of biochemical compounds are carbon compounds.
Enhancing as well as inhibiting the reaction.
Pepsin is the enzyme responsible for digestion.
Telomerase is an enzyme that renews the teloromes at the end of chromosomes
The role that enzymes plays in DNA replication is that the enzyme helicase breaks hydrogen bonds between the complementary bases, and the chains separate. most enzymes are proteins and they catalyse biochemical reactions. they can break down molecules unzipping of parent DNA or join molecules together chemically (the zipping up or base paring to form new DNA strand). the presence of the enzyme allows the reaction to take place faster.
The enzyme secreted in the mouth is amylase. Amylase breaks carbohydrates (starch) into glucose (sugar).
Thiamine (Vitamin B_1) is an important component of the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex--the enzyme complex which converts pyruvate to acetyl-CoA. This specific reaction is the "Link Reaction" which connects glycolysis and the citric acid cycle.
The serine dehydratase is an enzyme; enzymes act as catalysts in biochemical reactions. Role of serine dehydratase: - transformation of serine in pyruvate - transformation of threonine in propionyl CoA
The role of chlorophylls in the biochemical pathways of photosynthesis is to absorb sunlight. This is then converted into the energy needed for the manufacture of food.
A molecule of metabolism that plays an important role in biochemical reaction is the Acetyl coenzyme A. Also called the hub of metabolism, it is used in energy production.
An enzyme has the role of a catalyst but in biochemistry.
The product doesn't exactly provide a role in a chemical reaction, but rather is the result of the chemical reaction occuring. The chemical reaction may occur specifically to produce that product to be used, and it then serves a role in that respect, but generally products don't play a role, but are just the outcome.
The reaction time of everyone is different. Being a college student doesn't play a role in your reaction time.
it deals with the acceleration in a chemical reaction.
It allows a chemical reaction between synapse
The role an enzyme plays is it breaks down food like scissors would paper. So think of it as chemical scissors.
vitamins boost enzymes to be more active in a reaction
Usually enzymes have the role to catalyse a reaction. That means they aren't changed at all, but they influence the mechanism to reduce the activation energy (the energy needed for the reaction). The reaction is therefore performed more easily. To put it very simply: It speeds up a chemical reaction.
Catalysts are used to speed up reactions
BSA is used to stabilize some enzymes during digestion of DNA and to prevent adhesion of the enzyme to reaction tubes and other vessels. This protein does not affect other enzymes that do not need it for stabilization.