are two mechanisms by which enzyme catalytic activity is controlled. A Allosteric control and covalent modification B Rate of tr
are two mechanisms by which enzyme catalytic activity is controlled. A Allosteric control and covalent modification B Rate of transcription and covalent modification C Covalent modification and increasing substrate concentration D Availability of substrates and energy status of the cell E Energy status of the cell and protein trimming
6. List the factors related to effective disinfection. 7. Identify the methods of action and preferred uses of chemical disinfectants. 78. Identify the method of sterilizing plastic lab ware, tubing for dialysis, fluid like drinking qoline or glucose solution for i.v.) etc.. the anvironmental • 11
Question 2 (1 point) Listen Which one of the following statements about enzyme inhibitors is correct? a) Inhibition is non-reversible. b) Inhibitors always block the active site of the enzyme molecule. c) The active site is changed when an inhibitor binds to the allosteric site. d) Inhibition increases the reaction rate.