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The part of an enzyme to which a substrate must bind is called the.
The part of an enzyme to which a substrate must bind is called the active site.
Why does enzymes generally only bind to one substrate?
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What will happen if substrate concentration decreases in an enzyme?
Activity increases with increasing substrate concentration until it nears a limit...
What will happen If a substrate without reactive properties enters a enzymes environment?
Enzymes lower the energy of activation by forming an enzyme-substrate complex.
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