what happens to an enzyme at high temperature?Advertisement
When enzymes are heated to high temperatures they can denature which means that they sort of fall apart as the bonds which hold the amino acids (the molecule that makes up an enzyme) together. when the enzyme denatures it looses its shape and cannot bind with the substrate (the thing it is ... - read more
Conditions that denature the protein abolish enzyme activity, such as high temperatures, extremes of pH or high salt concentrations, ... Saturation happens because, as substrate concentration increases, more and more of the free enzyme is converted into the substrate-bound ES form. - read more
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