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

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