Enzymes are biological catalysts that are used in all biochemical reactions in the human body. Enzymes have a high degree of specificity to their substrate, and need specific conditions to work at their highest (optimum) rate. Why are they specific, what conditions suit enzymes, and why does it affect them?
In this class, students will learn how to describe enzyme structure, explain enzyme specificity using the lock and key hypothesis, and describe and explain how different factors can affect enzyme activity. This class is great for all students but especially for those in Years 10 and 11.
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This class is suitable for all year groups but especially for those revising in Years 10 and 11.