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This is replacing the Lock and Key Model theory for enzyme/substrate specificity
a) Take it or leave it model
b) Induced Fit Model
c) The Combination theory
d) The Safety Pose Theory

This occurs when the enzyme has more than one active site
a) Noncompetitive Inhibition
b) Competetive inhibition
c) Allosteric Inhibition
d) Hydrophobic inhibition

This involves an enzyme with two active sites, one for substrate, one for inhibitor
a) Noncompetitive Inhibition
b) Competitive Inhibition
c) Allosteric Inhibition
d) Hydrophillic Inhibition

This involves 2 different substrates resemble each other and the same active site for the enzyme
a) Noncompetitive Inhibition
b) Competitive Inhibition
c) Allosteric Inhibition
d) Half-Life Inhibition

These are organic compounds with the same chemical formula but different structural formulas
a) Polymer
b) Isomer
c) Monomer
d) seismore

These serve as coenzymes (They assist enzymes)
a) vitamins
b) minerals
c) nucleic acids
d) isotopes

These serve as cofactors (They assist enzymes)
a) vitamins
b) minerals
c) nucleic acids
d) isotopes

This results when there is a change in the number of protons
a) a new element
b) a charged ion
c) an isotope
d) a free radical

This results when there is a change in the number of electrons
a) a new element
b) a charged ion
c) an isotope
d) a free radical

This results when there is a change in the number of neutrons
a) a new element
b) an isotope
c) a free radical
d) a charged ion

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