Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Co factors areInterfere with protein bondsTrigger enzyme to quit producing insulinNon protein substances that help to facilitate enzymesOrganic co factors2. Which one is not correct about ATP?Which one is not correct about ATP?Potential of moleculesMade by adding a phosphate to ADPATP is the energy molecule of cellsPowers nearly all of cellular work3. What is the binding energy?It is the activation energyFree energy released in the formation of enzyme-substrate interactionThe energy required to form a bondThe energy required to bind substrate4. What is the function of phosphorylase?Transfer inorganic phosphateTransfer a carboxylate groupTransfer amino groupUse H2O2 as the electron acceptor5. Which of this vitamin is associated with the coenzyme Biocytin?Nicotinic acidPyridoxineThiamineBiotin6. What is the nature of an enzyme?ProteinLipidVitaminCarbohydrate7. Active site is?Where the reactant fits into the enzymeWhere there is a shape change that occurs when bondingBalance of living organism can affect the enzymeWhere the enzyme and molecule bond together8. The following are correct about enzyme inhibitors except?Noncompetitive inhibitors bind to the allosteric site of an enzymeAll of the aboveCompetitive inhibitors bind to the active site of an enzyme.Noncompetitive inhibitors bind to the active site of an enzyme.9. Which of the following is the CORRECT function of enzyme, Peptidase?Cleave phosphodiester bondRemoval of H2ORemove phosphate from a substrateCleave amino bonds10. Name the enzyme secreted by pancreas?Alcohol dehydrogenasChymotrypsinTrypsinPepsin11. ___________ inhibitors change the shape of an enzyme.NondistributiveCompetititveNoncompetitiveDistributive12. Which of the following is true about enzymes?Enzymes only work when conditions are prefect for them.They are all dependent on certain factors like Temperature and pH.When the shape of the enzyme is lost – this is called DENATURING.All of the above.13. Enzymes end in - aseFalseTrue14. Forming and breaking bonds requires ________ depending upon what kind of a reaction you have.fuelenergyfusionprotein15. A __________is a biocatalyst that increases the rate of the reaction without being changed.Aluminum oxideHydrogen peroxideEnzymeSilicon dioxide16. ___________ reactions are chemical reactions that build or synthesize products by combining the substrates.(leave answer in lowercase)17. Which of the following enzyme is responsible for the regulation of biological nitrogen fixation?PhosphataseDinitrogenase oxidaseDinitrogenase reductaseKinase18. Name the coenzyme of riboflavin (B2)?NAD or NADPFAD and FMNCoenzyme AThiamine pyrophosphate19. Cellulose is a tough component of plant fiber. Animals such as cows, horses and goats are able to digest cellulose because of their enzyme called ___________(leave answer in lowercase)20. Removal of phosphoryl groups is catalyzed by ______Protein phosphatasesDinitrogenase reductaseDiphteria toxin and cholera toxinProtein kinases21. The allosteric inhibitor of an enzyme ______Binds to the active siteCauses the enzyme to work fasterDenatures the enzymeParticipates in feedback regulation22. Excess final products in a series of chemical reaction causes _________ inhibition.(leave answer in lowercase)23. Which of the following enzyme is responsible for the regulation of biological nitrogen fixation?PhosphataseDinitrogenase oxidaseDinitrogenase reductaseKinase24. Which line in the graph shows the presence of an enzyme in a chemical reaction? Line 1Line 225. Enzymes are reaction specific ( each reaction has a specific enzyme that catalyzes it)TrueFalse26 out of 25Time is Up!