Medical Quiz

Enzymes and ATP Structure Quiz


Preview:


a reaction that absorbs heat energy

A. exothermic reaction

B. catabolic reaction

C. spontaneous reaction

D. endothermic reaction


Model that describes how enzymes and substrates fit together based on their specific shapes like a key fits a lock

A. Like a puzzle piece fits a jigsaw

B. Peanut Butter and Jelly Model

C. Lock and Key model

D. Like a square peg fits a round hole


an energy-carrying molecule that carries/stores energy for cell functions.

A. DNA

B. ATP

C. Glucose

D. Ribosome


Enzyme’s active site gets deformed and loses its specific shape. Caused by environmental changes like: extreme changes in pH, temperature

A. Denaturation

B. Genetic mutations

C. Lack of substrate

D. Enzyme overproduction


substances that speed up reactions without being permanently altered

A. reactants

B. solvents

C. inhibitors

D. catalysts


The amount of energy needed to make a chemical reaction start

A. Inhibition energy

B. Reaction energy

C. Activation energy

D. Catalytic energy


portion of ATP whose bonds store energy

A. Carbon bonds

B. Nitrogen bonds

C. Phosphate bonds

D. Hydrogen bonds


The breaking and forming of bonds between different substances during chemical changes

A. Physical reaction

B. Chemical reaction

C. Biological reaction

D. Emotional reaction


The part of an enzyme where the substrate binds

A. active site

B. inactive site

C. passive site

D. resting site


proteins that speed up biochemical reactions by lowering the activation energy.

A. Enzymes

B. Carbohydrates

C. Lipids

D. Nucleic acids


A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying molecules such as ATP.

A. DNA

B. Adenine

C. Glucose

D. Protein


specific pH where enzymes work the BEST

A. Optimal pH

B. Random pH

C. Neutral pH

D. Extreme pH


All of the chemical reactions within each cell of an organism

A. metabolism

B. digestion

C. respiration

D. photosynthesis


Temperature at which an enzyme works the best

A. Extreme temperature

B. Suboptimal temperature

C. Random temperature

D. Optimal temperature


A reaction that releases energy in the form of heat

A. endothermic reaction

B. photosynthesis

C. combustion reaction

D. exothermic reaction


macromolecule that contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen; enzymes are this

A. Carbohydrate

B. Lipid

C. Protein

D. Vitamin


building blocks of proteins

A. Amino acids

B. Nucleic acids

C. Carbohydrates

D. Lipids


substances that are made by a chemical reaction

A. Ingredients

B. Products

C. Components

D. Byproducts


sugar component of ATP.

A. sucrose

B. fructose

C. ribose

D. glucose




Disclaimer:

Medical Quiz should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational and educational purposes only.