Enzymes
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  • 1.  Change one set of chemicals into another set of chemicals. They do this by reorganizing the parts of each molecule. Always involves the breaking of bonds and formation of new bonds in products
  • 2. Reactants ProductsStarting materials Finishing MaterialsLeft side of arrow Right side of arrowThe stuff you The stuff you“react” “produce” Reactants Products
  • 3. Reactants Products
  • 4.  Proteins that act as a catalyst in the body (Catalyst: Speeds up a reaction)
  • 5.  Very specific- only work on one type of reaction Not used up-one enzyme does many reactions
  • 6.  Like a lock and key Substrate (the reactant) binds to the enzyme at the active site- it provides a place for the reaction to happen.
  • 7. A=B=C=D=
  • 8.  Enzyme Video