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Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism

Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
Cell Biology: Enzymes and Cellular Metabolism
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This product is directly correlated to the British Columbia Curriculum of Biology 12. The product meets the following curricular objectives and is an excellent resource for any senior Biology course.

Estimated Time: 6–7 hours

By the end of this course, students will have an understanding of the role of enzymes in biochemical
reactions.

Vocabulary:
activation energy, biochemical reaction, coenzyme, competitive inhibitor, enzyme, enzyme activity, enzyme concentration, heavy metal, induced fit model, metabolism, non-competitive inhibitor, pH, proteins, substrate, substrate concentration, thyroid, thyroxin, vitamins

Knowledge
• roles of enzymes and coenzymes in biochemical reactions
• balanced chemical equation for cellular respiration
• effects on enzyme activity
• thyroxin and its source gland

B11 analyse the roles of enzymes in biochemical reactions:
-explain the following terms: metabolism, enzyme, substrate, coenzyme, activation energy
--use graphs to identify the role of enzymes in lowering theactivation energy of a biochemical reaction
--explain models of enzymatic action (e.g., induced fit)
--differentiate between the roles of enzymes and coenzymes in biochemical reactions
--identify the role of vitamins as coenzymes
--apply knowledge of proteins to explain the effects on enzyme activity of pH, temperature, substrate concentration, enzyme concentration, competitive inhibitors, and non-competitive inhibitors including heavy metals
--devise an experiment using the scientific method (e.g., to investigate the activity of enzymes)
--identify the thyroid as the source gland for thyroxin, and relate the function of thyroxin to metabolism
Total Pages
45 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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