What type of biological molecule is in an enzyme?
Enzymes are proteins that speed up chemical reactions in our body, or in other words a biological catalyst
An enzyme is a protein with catalytic abilities.
Enzymes are proteins.
An enzyme molecule acts as a catalyst in a biological reaction.
I think its a protein :)
The type of molecule that is an enzyme is a protein molecule.
An enzyme is a protein molecule.
Exonuclease is an enzyme that immediately starts removing individual nucleotides from the 3' end of a nucleic acid.
This molecule is called enzyme.
An enzyme is a biological catalyst. An active site is a region on the enzyme molecule where the conversion tales place. The substrate molecule docks at the active site and is converted to the product
Enzymes are biological molecules that enable biological reactions to occur. An enzyme will attach to one molecule and this encourages another molecule to attach to the pair. The enzyme will then dettach itself from the new pair of molecules and be used to form the next pair. Without the enzyme, the reaction wouldn't have been able to happen at all. Not all biological reactions need enzymes, but many do.
There is hundreds of enzymes, but mostly composed of polypeptide molecules.
the type of organic molecule an enzyme is would be a protien
A molecule that an enzyme acts on is called a substrate. The type of substrate depends upon the type of enzyme.
That would be an enzyme. Also know as a biological Catalyst
It is an enzyme(protein).
Catalase is a type of protein that functions as an enzyme (a biological catalyst).
it's a protein
Is it necessary for a cell to produce one enzyme molecule for every substrate molecule that needs to be catalyzed?
Each type of enzyme is geared to interact chemically with only one particular substance or type of substance, termed a substrate
DNA is a nucleic acid.
Catalase is an enzyme, with a very complex molecule.
Most enzymes are proteins.
Enzymes are very specific in their action because every type of enzyme molecule has a specific three dimensional shape giving it a specific active site. Therefore, an enzyme molecule will only be able to attach itself to a specific substrate in order to break it. For example amylase which can only act on starch breaking it into maltose - a type of a reducing sugar. The amylase molecule can only attach itself to a starch… Read More
as a general rule, anything ending in -ase is an enzyme, so lactase is an enzyme that breaks down molecules of lactose
Triacylglycerol, or more commonly known as triglyceride, is a type of lipid.
An enzyme is a protein molecule if that's what you mean
Enzyme is a kind of complex protein molecule.
Enzymes are biological proteins that are used to catalyze chemical reactions on organic molecules. The substrates (reactant molecules) bind to the enzyme, and the energy to combine it with another molecule or break it down is reduced in the process, inducing the chemical change to another product. All enzymes have an active site, which is a certain portion of the enzyme molecule that only allows for binding of certain substrates, based on molecular recognition.
First of all what is a biological molecule? Its a group of substances that make up and helps with proper functioning of a living organism. There are several different types of biological molecules: - Carbohydrates - Proteins - Salts - Lipids -etc.
in proteins are found peptide bonds
An enzyme is a catalyst--a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without itself being consumed during the reaction. An enzymes is a biological catalyst, a very complex protein with a shape that fits just one type of molecule (the substrate). Because of its makeup and shape, the enzyme is attracted to the substrate, and the two fit together like a hand in a glove. Once the substrate is attached to the enzyme, the chemical… Read More
The molecule upon which an enzyme acts is called the substrate.
Leaves are made up of many, many types of biological molecules.
an enzyme is a protein that acts as a biological catalyst
An enzyme: the biological catalyst. May be made of one or more proteins joined together.
An enzyme is the biological equivalent of a catalyst.
A biological catalyst is an enzyme. An enzyme lowers the amount of activiation energy in order for a reaction to occur, they are also reusable.
A biological catalyst is an enzyme, enzyme are found all over living things, each with specific use
The primary function of an enzyme or any biological catalyst is to increase the rate of a reaction.
The molecule on which an enzyme acts is called a substrate. The enzyme-substrate complex lowers the activation energy of a chemical reaction.
Is a molecule upon which an enzyme acts. e.g. hydrogen peroxide is the substrate for the enzyme catalase
ase suffix indicates a enzyme. A protein molecule that preforms catabolic functions in the cell.
Biological washing powder mean it contained enzyme that targeting specific type of stain such as protein, starch and fat by breaking down and make it dispersed through water easier at lower temperature than a conventional non-enzyme base detergent.
Yes, that is exactly what an enzyme is.
DNA helicase. This is the enzyme that "unzips" DNA.
The enzyme is a biochemical protein.
An enzyme is a globular protein
Enzymes are mostly proteins. However it was believed that first molecules that ever served as enzymes were RNA.