Weeks 34-35 – What is an Enzyme?

For starters, what is an enzyme?  From Simple English Wikipedia: Enzymes are protein molecules in cells which work as biological catalysts. Enzymes speed up chemical reactions in the body, but do not get used up in the process, therefore can be used over and over again. Almost all biochemical reactions in living things need enzymes.

To learn more about Enzymes, watch the video below and then complete the Enzymes Google Form assignment.  Note: after you submit the form, view your score.  You can re-submit the form if needed to improve your score.  Just make sure you improve your learning as well!

Take a breather from all that hard work and play a game of Google PAC-MAN.

Return to the Weeks 34-35 – Lactase Persistence post and continue our work for the week.

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