Enzyme Binding Factors Video Lessons

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Concept: Enzyme Binding Factors

Problem: The specificity of an enzyme is due to its active site. The active site is shaped so that only a certain a. substrate molecule can fit into it b. product molecule can fit into it c. reactant molecule can fit into it d. cofactor molecule can fit into it e. histone molecule can fit into it

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The specificity of an enzyme is due to its active site. The active site is shaped so that only a certain

a. substrate molecule can fit into it

b. product molecule can fit into it

c. reactant molecule can fit into it

d. cofactor molecule can fit into it

e. histone molecule can fit into it

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