Biology Unit 2 - Enzymes

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  1. chemical
    produced by reactions involving atomic or molecular changes
  2. reaction
    a process in which a substance is changed into another
  3. exothermic
    occurring or formed with the release of heat
  4. endothermic
    occurring or formed with absorption of heat
  5. product
    an artifact that has been created by someone or some process
  6. catalyst
    substance that initiates or accelerates a chemical reaction
  7. bond
    a connection that fastens things together
  8. equilibrium
    a stable situation in which forces cancel one another
  9. activation
    causing something to take effect or to have energy
  10. substrate
    the material that is acted upon by an enzyme
  11. active
    characterized by energetic movement
  12. recycle
    use again after processing
  13. interaction
    mutual or reciprocal dealings or influence
  14. stable
    resistant to change of position or condition
  15. internal
    located inward
  16. external
    happening or arising outside some limits or surface
  17. temperature
    the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment
  18. inhibition
    the action of forbidding
  19. complex
    complicated in structure
Created on September 2, 2019 (updated September 2, 2019)

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