rate law determination of the crystal violet reaction

Course Hero Logo
Course Hero Symbol

    • Find Study Resources

      • Main Menu
      • by School
      • by Subject

        Course Study Guides
      • by Book

        Literature Study Guides
        Infographics

      Get Instant Tutoring Help
      Earn by Contributing

      • Main Menu
      • Earn Free Access
      • Upload Documents
      • Refer Your Friends
      • Become a Tutor
      • Scholarships


  • Find
    Study Resources

    • by School

    • by Subject

      • Course Study Guides

    • by Book

      • Literature Study Guides

      • Infographics



  • Get Instant
    Tutoring Help



  • Earn by
    Contributing

    • Earn Free Access

      Learn More >

    • Upload Documents

    • Refer Your Friends

    • Earn Money

    • Become a Tutor

    • Scholarships

      Learn More >

  • Are you an educator?

  • Log in

  • Sign up

Chattahoochee Technical College

BIOLOGY

BIOLOGY 1111

CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

Topic 515 skill application 67 heating inactivates


  • Chattahoochee Technical College


  • BIOLOGY 1111

  • Test Prep

  • mental_mystic

  • 17




  • 100%
    (13)
    13 out of 13 people found this document helpful

Info icon

This preview shows pages 14–17. Sign up to view the full content.



View Full Document

Right Arrow Icon

Topic:
5.15
Skill:
Application
67) Heating inactivates enzymes by
A) breaking the covalent bonds that hold the molecule together.
B) removing phosphate groups from the enzyme.
C) causing enzyme molecules to stick together.
D) changing the enzyme’s three-dimensional shape.
E) inducing the addition of amino acids.
Answer:
D
Topic:
5.15
Skill:
Conceptual Understanding
68) Which of the following substances could be a cofactor?
Topic:
5.15
Skill:
Factual Recall
69) Which of the following is a coenzyme?
Topic:
5.16
Skill:
Factual Recall
70) Which of the following will have no effect on the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction?
Image of page 14

Info icon
This preview
has intentionally blurred sections.
Sign up to view the full version.



View Full Document

Right Arrow Icon

Topic:
5.16
Skill:
Factual Recall
71) Inhibition of an enzyme is irreversible when
A) a competitive inhibitor is involved.
B) a noncompetitive inhibitor is involved.
C) the shape of the enzyme is changed.
D) covalent bonds form between inhibitor and enzyme.
E) weak interactions form between inhibitor and enzyme.
Answer:
D
Topic:
5.16
Skill:
Factual Recall
72) How does inhibition of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction by a competitive inhibitor differ from inhibition by a
noncompetitive inhibitor?
Topic:
5.16
Skill:
Factual Recall
73) Bacterial production of the enzymes needed for the synthesis of the amino acid tryptophan declines with increasing
levels of tryptophan and increases as tryptophan levels decline. This is an example of
Topic:
5.16
Skill:
Factual Recall
Art Questions
1)
Image of page 15
16
Image of page 16

Info icon
This preview
has intentionally blurred sections.
Sign up to view the full version.



View Full Document

Right Arrow Icon

Image of page 17
This is the end of the preview.

Sign up

to access the rest of the document.

  • Spring 16

  • Biology,

    Membranes,

    Enzymes,

    Energy,
    Enzyme inhibitor,
    Factual Recall

  • Twitter Icon
  • Email Icon
  • URL Icon
    Share this link with a friend:


    Copied!


Report



View Full Document

Right Arrow Icon

Most Popular Documents for BIOLOGY 1111

  • Prev
  • Next

  • 18 pages
    CHAPTER 6 PRACTICE EXAM

    • The end products of glycolysis include A FADH 2 B NADH C acetyl CoA D citric
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    CHAPTER 6 PRACTICE EXAM

  • 11 pages
    Chapter 4 Study Packet

    • Based on this information it could rrot be a a cell from a pine tree b a
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    Chapter 4 Study Packet

  • 6 pages
    Chapter 6 Study Packet Key Part B

    • Chapter 6 Study Packet Key Part B
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    Chapter 6 Study Packet Key Part B

  • 7 pages
    Biol 1111 Spring 2016 Study Guide for Exam 2

    • In eukaryotic cells the pyruvate enters the mitochondrion There it is oxidized
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    Biol 1111 Spring 2016 Study Guide for Exam 2

  • 3 pages
    biology final exam review answers

    • RNA Ribose sugar phosphate group nitrogen bases AUCG 36 Transcription 37 DNA
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    biology final exam review answers

  • 8 pages
    TEST 1 STUDYGUIDE

    • 25 To be scientifically valid a hypothesis must be If a hypothesis is correct
    • Chattahoochee Technical College
    • BIOLOGY 1111

      Spring 2016

    TEST 1 STUDYGUIDE

View
more

  • Bookmarked
    CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

    [ document.course.dept_acro ] [ document.course.course_num ]

    [ document.title ]

    [ document.bookmarkTime ]

CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

BIOLOGY 1111

CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

Viewing now

Interested in CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

?

Bookmark it to view later.

Bookmark CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM.

Bookmarked!

No bookmarked documents.



Bookmark this doc

Recently Viewed

CHAPTER 5 PRACTICE EXAM

[ document.course.dept_acro ] [ document.course.course_num ]

[ document.title ]

satisfaction guaranteed seal

Study on the go

  • Download the iOS

  • Download the Android app

Other Related Materials

725 pages
5

  • A child is brought to the hospital with a fever of 107 F Doctors immediately
  • Arizona Western College
  • BIOL biology

    Spring 2011

5

20 pages
CC6_05_Test_Bank

  • Small nonpolar hydrophobic molecules such as fatty acids A easily pass through
  • Georgia College & State University
  • BIOL 1100

    Spring 2010

CC6_05_Test_Bank

16 pages
05_TestBank_answers

  • Where are eukaryotic cell enzymes typically located A in cell membranes B
  • Bilkent University
  • BIOL 100

    Fall 2008

05_TestBank_answers

16 pages
05_TestBank_TB

  • The act of a white blood cell engulfing a bacterium is A osmosis B diffusion C
  • Shasta College
  • BIOL 101

    Spring 2010

05_TestBank_TB

16 pages
05_TestBank_TB

  • Which of the following energy transfers isare possible in living systems A
  • Miami Dade College, Miami
  • BSC BSC1005

    Spring 2009

05_TestBank_TB

15 pages
5

  • The process of a white blood cell engulfing a bacterium is
  • Wayne State University
  • BIOLOGY 1050

    Winter 2013

5

[ snackBarMessage ]

2/3

PREVIEWS LEFT

Sign up to access 24/7 study resources for your classes
Sign Up
Log in

What students are saying

  • Left Quote Icon

    As a current student on this bumpy collegiate pathway, I stumbled upon Course Hero, where I can find study resources for nearly all my courses, get online help from tutors 24/7, and even share my old projects, papers, and lecture notes with other students.

    Student Picture

    Kiran
    Temple University Fox School of Business ‘17, Course Hero Intern

  • Left Quote Icon

    I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero.

    Student Picture

    Dana
    University of Pennsylvania ‘17, Course Hero Intern

  • Left Quote Icon

    The ability to access any university’s resources through Course Hero proved invaluable in my case. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time.

    Student Picture

    Jill
    Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern