anonymous
  • anonymous
explain the effect of temperature on enzyme reaction (5marks)
Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
an increase of temperature may accelerate the enzymatic reaction but if you exceed its optimum temperature, it may denaturalize which implies lose of its activity.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Increase and decrease in temperature affect the activity of the enzymes. Usually the activity f the enzymes is optimum at normal body temperature. At very low temperature the activity of the enzymes is minimum. Beyond 6o to 70 degree centigrade, usually their activity is permanently stopped de to the denaturation of enzymes.

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