answer 15 questions about enzymes and fungi based on a 6 minutes video

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1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCE


Running head: ENZYMES AND FUNGI

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Enzymes and Fungi
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ENZYMES AND FUNGI

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Part I: Pre-Video Questions
1)

Provide a brief definition of the following terms to gain familiarity before watching the

video.
a.

Fungus; these are groups of unicellular, multicellular or even syncytial spore-that produces

organisms that feed on organic matter. Examples of fungus include molds, yeast, mushrooms,
and toadstools.
b.

Protein: they fall under the class of nitrogenous organic compounds that are composed of

large molecules that contain one or more chains of amino acids. The proteins are one of the
essentials parts of living organisms.
c.

Denature: it is a process of destroying the characteristics properties of biological

macromolecule for instance protein through the use of heat, acidity, or any other method that can
lead to disruption of molecular conformation.
d.

Enzyme: this is any substance that a living organism produces and can be used as a catalyst

to help in achieving a particular biochemical reaction.
e.

Substrate: these are the surfaces from which an organism lives, grows, or acquires its

nourishment, in other words, the substrate can also mean the substance on which the enzymes
acts.
f.

Active site: this is the site where the enzymes combine with the substrate to increase the

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