If an enzyme controlled reaction normally takes place ay 10 degrees celcius, in general terms how will the reaction be affected: rise in 2 degrees..Celsius a rise in 20 degrees Celsius a rise in 65...

If an enzyme controlled reaction normally takes place ay 10 degrees celcius, in general terms how will the reaction be affected:

rise in 2 degrees..

Celsius

a rise in 20 degrees Celsius

a rise in 65 degrees Celsius

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A) The enzyme would gain kinetic energy, at a point of time the rate of reaction wuld increase but later the enxyme would denature due to excess heat energy, enzymes have a optimum temprature

If the temprature is increased directly by 65 degrees, the enzyme would directly be denatured due to a rapid increase in temprature

 

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