The curves below could be used to describe the regulation of a number of enzymes we have discussed inthis unit. Choose ONE enzyme for which these plots are relevant and:a) identify which enzyme you have chosen, and create a Good Title for this graph;b) label the x and y axes with the appropriate parameters;c) describe what the curves show with respect to the enzyme's activity and KM in the presence of:.ATPADPd) explain why what the curves show makes sense for the energy-conscious organism.+ADPATP

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The curves below could be used to describe the regulation of a number of enzymes we have discussed in
this unit. Choose ONE enzyme for which these plots are relevant and:
a) identify which enzyme you have chosen, and create a Good Title for this graph;
b) label the x and y axes with the appropriate parameters;
c) describe what the curves show with respect to the enzyme's activity and KM in the presence of:
.ATP
ADP
d) explain why what the curves show makes sense for the energy-conscious organism.
+ADP
ATP
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The curves below could be used to describe the regulation of a number of enzymes we have discussed in this unit. Choose ONE enzyme for which these plots are relevant and: a) identify which enzyme you have chosen, and create a Good Title for this graph; b) label the x and y axes with the appropriate parameters; c) describe what the curves show with respect to the enzyme's activity and KM in the presence of: .ATP ADP d) explain why what the curves show makes sense for the energy-conscious organism. +ADP ATP

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The rate of enzyme-catalyzed reactions is described by the Michaelis-Menten kinetics. It relates the rate of reaction (ʋ) with concentration of sub...

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v = Км+ [S] Where KMichaelis constant max Vima Maximum rate achieved by the system

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