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The substrate is the substance or substances upon which the enzyme acts. For example, the enzyme amylase catalyzes the breakdown of the substrate amylose (starch). • Enzymes are substrate specific. The enzyme amylase, for example, catalyzes the reaction that breaks the α-glycosidic linkage in starch but cannot break the β-glycosidic linkage in cellulose. • An enzyme is unchanged as a result of a reaction. It can perform its enzymatic function repeatedly. • An enzyme catalyzes a reaction in both forward and reverse directions.
4. The glycocalyx is a carbohydrate coat that covers the outer face of the cell wall of some bacteria and the outer face of the plasma membrane of certain animal cells. It consists of various oligosaccharides that are attached to membrane phospholipids (glycolipids) and proteins (such as the glycoproteins of recognition proteins). Depending upon the cell, it may provide adhesive capabilities, a barrier to infection, or markers for cell-cell recognition. Organelles are bodies within the cytoplasm that serve to physically separate the various metabolic reactions that occur within cells.
Mitochondria A. B. C. D. E. are found only in animal cells produce energy (ATP) with the aid of sunlight are often more numerous near areas of major cellular activity originate from centrioles are microtubule organizing centers Questions 8–12 refer to the following key. Each answer in the key may be used once, more than once, or not at all. A. B. C. D. E. Active transport Bulk flow Osmosis Facilitated diffusion Plasmolysis 8. Movement of solutes across a plasma membrane from a region of higher solute concentration to a region of lower solute concentration with the aid of proteins.