if in a reaction the leaving group of the substrate is electron dense , it is called nucleofuge. The ability of nucleofuge to leave the substrate in a reaction is called its nucleofugacity .
The rate of the reaction increases.
The initial velocity of a gradually increases during enzyme substrate reaction. The concentration of the substrate also increases with it.
An enzymatic reaction is an equilibrium reaction and the determiners of rate include enzyme and substrate concentration. An increase in either enzyme or substrate concentration will increase the rate of the reaction until one or the other component becomes saturated, beyond its ability to react or be reacted at a higher rate.
A catalyse substrate is an extraordinary substrate that speed up the reaction in a enzyme.
Yeast is a micro-organism. A substrate is the molecular precursor of a reaction. Yeast is not a substrate.
because the amount of the other variables are the same, no change. once 4.0 g of lactose substrate or whatever it is is at it's maximum reaction rate, it can do no one reaction therefore there was no reaction in the 8.0 g of substrate. Because the reaction volume was also doubled; so there was no change in concentration of substrate.
A catalyst, such as an enzyme, lowers the activation energy of a reaction. A substrate is a substance in the reaction that is being catalyzed.
Substrate and catalyst will both partake in a chemical reaction, but at the end of that reaction the substrate will be converted to a product which is structurally different to the substrate, while the catlyst is not structurally altered and will be able to catalyse more reactions with substrate.
The substrate is the substance that the enzyme acts upon.
As the substrate concentration increases so does the reaction rate because there is more substrate for the enzyme react with.
The substrate binds to the enzyme at the active site.
It acts as a reactant. In a chemical reaction A substrate is a molecule that is reacted on by enzymes.