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8. Since glucose is a disaccharide, what are the 2 sugars it has? Directions: Complete the questions below using the reading and

8. Since glucose is a disaccharide, what are the 2 sugars it has?
Directions: Complete the questions below using the reading and your notes. Don't forget complete sentences!
9. In what way is the enzyme substrate complex like a lock and a key?
10. Why will an enzyme not work well or maybe not work at all if it not the correct shape?
11. What happens to the enzyme after it's changed the substrate into a product?
12. What exactly is lactose intolerance?
13. Explain what happens to cause lactose intolerance:
14. Why does swallowing a pill with lactase in it temporarily cure lactose intolerance?
15. Why are the effects of the pill only temporary? Why is it not a cure?

8. Since glucose is a disaccharide, what are the 2 sugars it has? Directions: Complete the questions below using the reading and your notes. Don't forget complete sentences! 9. In what way is the enzyme substrate complex like a lock and a key? 10. Why will an enzyme not work well or maybe not work at all if it not the correct shape? 11. What happens to the enzyme after it's changed the substrate into a product? 12. What exactly is lactose intolerance? 13. Explain what happens to cause lactose intolerance: 14. Why does swallowing a pill with lactase in it temporarily cure lactose intolerance? 15. Why are the effects of the pill only temporary? Why is it not a cure?

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