pH and enzymes (Part 1)

In this lesson we will look at how changing the pH affects enzyme activity.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Increasing temperature below the optimum ___________ enzyme activity.

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Q2.Increasing temperature below the optimum increases the ___________ of collisions

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Q3.Complete the sentence: The optimum temperature is...

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Q4.Increasing the temperature beyond the optimum ___________ enzymes

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Q5.When enzymes are denatured the _________ of the active site changes

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Q6.When investigating how temperature affects the rate of enzyme activity, the dependent variable is ____________

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Increasing temperature below the optimum ___________ enzyme activity.

1/6

Q2.Increasing temperature below the optimum increases the ___________ of collisions

2/6

Q3.Complete the sentence: The optimum temperature is...

3/6

Q4.Increasing the temperature beyond the optimum ___________ enzymes

4/6

Q5.When enzymes are denatured the _________ of the active site changes

5/6

Q6.When investigating how temperature affects the rate of enzyme activity, the dependent variable is ____________

6/6

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Quiz:

pH and Enzymes 1

This quiz will assess your knowledge of pH and enzymes, and knowledge from previous lessons.

Q1.The pH when enzyme activity is highest is called the _____________

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Q2.Increasing the pH above the optimum pH ___________ enzyme activity.

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Q3.Decreasing the pH below the optimum pH ___________ enzyme activity.

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Q4.Increasing the temperature below the optimum ________ enzyme activity.

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Q5.Increasing the temperature above the optimum ________ enzyme activity.

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Q6.What is the independent variable when investigating how the pH affects enzyme activity.

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Quiz:

pH and Enzymes 1

This quiz will assess your knowledge of pH and enzymes, and knowledge from previous lessons.

Q1.The pH when enzyme activity is highest is called the _____________

1/6

Q2.Increasing the pH above the optimum pH ___________ enzyme activity.

2/6

Q3.Decreasing the pH below the optimum pH ___________ enzyme activity.

3/6

Q4.Increasing the temperature below the optimum ________ enzyme activity.

4/6

Q5.Increasing the temperature above the optimum ________ enzyme activity.

5/6

Q6.What is the independent variable when investigating how the pH affects enzyme activity.

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Lesson summary: pH and enzymes (Part 1)

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