effect of pH on enzymatic activity

Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity PPT


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Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity – PPT
(Temperature, Water, pH, [Substrate], [Enzyme])

Lecture Note on Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity

Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity, Temperature, Optimum Temperature, Maximum Activity of Enzymes, Effect of High Temperature on Enzymes and Enzymatic Reactions, Denaturation of Enzymes by Heat, Temperature Quotient, Water, Effects of Water on Enzymatic Activity, Enzymes in Dry Seeds, Hydration of Seeds, Water as Reactant in Enzymatic Reactions, pH, Effects of pH on Enzymatic Reactions, Optimum pH, Enzymes active in Acidic, Neutral and Basic Mediums, Trypsin, Diastase, Pepsin, Cellular pH, Biological pH, Substrate Concentration and Rate of Reactions, Michaelis-Mention Kinetics, Enzyme Kinetics, Concentration of Enzymes, Enzyme Inhibitors, Accumulation of End Products, Feedback Inhibition, Modulators, Effectors, Allosteric Modulation, Enzyme Inhibitors, Competitive Inhibitors, Non-competitive Inhibitors, Uncompetitive Inhibitors, Enzyme Toxins, Cofactors, Coenzymes, Effect of Radiation on Enzymatic Activity, Photolyase Enzyme

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Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity (Biochemistry Lecture Notes)


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Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity

In the previous post, we have discussed the Properties of Enzymes. In the present post, we will see what all are the factors that affect the catalytic activity of an enzyme in the living system.

Factors Affecting Enzymatic Activity

Ø  The catalytic activities of enzymes are affected by multiple factors. They can be summarized as:

effect of pH on enzymatic activity(1).   Temperature

(2).   Water

(3).   Hydrogen ion Concentration (pH)

(4).   Concentration of Substrate

(5).   Concentration of Enzyme

(6).   Inhibitors

(7).   Accumulation of End-products

(8).   Effect of activators

(9).   Effect of light and radiation

(1). Temperature

Ø  The enzymatic activity will be optimum at normal temperature.

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Properties of Enzymes PPT (Biochemistry PPT)


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Properties of Enzymes
(Catalytic Property, Specificity, Reversibility and Sensitivity to Heat and pH)

Properties of Enzymes, Catalytic Property, Catalytic Power, Turnover Number of Enzymes, Enzymes with Highest Turnover number – Catalase, Enzyme with Lowest Turnover Number- Lysozyme, Specificity of Enzymes, Optical Specificity, Group Specificity, Absolute Specificity, Geometrical Specificity, Reversibility of Enzymatic Reactions, Irreversible Enzymatic reactions, Sensitivity to Heat and Temperature, Thermolabile Enzymes, Thermo-stable Enzymes, Optimum Temperature, Optimum pH of Enzymes.

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Properties of Enzymes (Biochemistry Lecture Notes)


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Properties of Enzymes
(Catalytic Property, Specificity, Reversibility and Sensitivity to Heat and pH)

Enzymes are biological catalysis. They are specialized proteins (except ribozymes) capable of catalyzing specific reactions in the cells. In the previous post, we have discussed the Structure and Functions of Enzymes. In the present post, we will discuss the Properties of Enzymes.

What are the Properties of Enzymes?

@. The properties of an enzyme can be summarized as:

(1). Catalytic Property

(2). Specificity

(3). Reversibility

(4). Sensitiveness to Heat and Temperature

(5). Specific to Hydrogen Ion Concentration (pH)

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Introduction to Enzymes: Structure and Characteristics-Short Lecture Notes


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Enzymes: Structure and Characteristics
(Introduction to Enzyme Structure & Functions)

What are Enzymes?

There are thousands of chemical reactions in a living system. The chemical reactions in the cell are catalyzed by the biological catalysts called enzymes. Almost all enzymes are highly specialized proteins. (Exception: Ribozymes –Ribozymes are RNA with catalytic activity). The current post we will discuss the Characteristics of Enzymes. We will also discuss the features of a Catalyst and the concept of Activation Energy of a reaction.

What are catalysts?

Ø  The catalyst is substances that accelerate the rate of a chemical reaction.

Ø  The catalyst is not consumed or transformed by the reaction.

Ø  It will not change the equilibrium constant of the reaction.

Ø  Catalysts only change the rate to approach equilibrium constant.

Ø  Catalysts are not required in stoichiometric quantities.

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