One that will never work again
One that cannot catalyse a reaction
One with an active site of the wrong shape
A change of pH
An increase in the duration of the reaction
A decrease in the concentration of substrate
Fat storage cell
Hair follicle cell
Glucose & Lactic Acid
Glucose & Oxygen
Glucose & Carbon Dioxide
It increases, levels off then decreases
It increases and levels off
The reaction proceeds half as quickly
The reaction proceeds at the same rate
The reaction proceeds twice as quickly
Stomach juices are acidic.
Temperature affects the action of amylase.
Mouth juices have the same pH as small intestine juices.
The rate of reaction increases.
The rate of reaction does not change.
The rate of reaction decreases.
The inhibitor is a protein compound.
The inhibitor has the same shape as the substrate.
The inhibitor is an enzyme.
The addition of amylase.
An increase in temperature of 10 degrees Celsius.
The addition of lipase.
Allows washing to occur effectively at higher temperatures.
Allows washing to occur effectively at lower temperatures.
Allows washing to occur equally effectively as with non-biological powders.