Those Pesky Macromolecules!

Those Pesky Macromolecules!

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The shape of the active site matches the shape of the ____________
How many different amino acids are there?
Pepsin is an enzyme that is found in the __________
Protein is a polymer made up of monomers called _________ __________
What temperature do human enzymes work best in
What are specialized proteins that act as catalysts in living systems called?
The nitrogenous base Guanine pairs with ______________
Salivary amylase is an enzyme that is found in the ________
The region on an enzyme to which a reactant binds to is called the __________ site
Sarin is a toxic substance that binds to the active site of a particular enzyme. Is Sarin a competitive inhibitor or a non competitive inhibitor?
The enzymes of a bacteria in a hot spring would work best at a ___________ temperature than a human enzyme
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A molecule binding to a site other than the active site is called _______________ inhibition.
How many kinds of enzyme inhibitors are there?
When the shape of a protein is changed, it is called
Testosterone and estrogen belong to a lipid called ______________
What are the two types of Nucleic acids that we talked about in class?
What is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction called?
Sickle cell anemia is an illness that occurs when a protein called ___________ does not form correctly.
Each nucleotide contains a sugar (ribose or deoxyribose), a nitrogenous base and a __________
All reactions need an input of a certain amount of energy to occur. This energy is called
 

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