Snapquiz - Enzymes

This is the Snapquiz on Enzymes. Click here or use the embedded video if you haven't watched the lesson yet.


Question 1. How is isomerase used in industry?

To pre-digest baby food.
To convert starch to sugar syrup.
To join glucose molecules together to make fructose.
To make detergents better at breaking down food stains at low temperatures.


Question 2. What type of food is broken down by carbohydrase?

Starch.
Protein.
Fibre.
Fat and oil.


Question 3. Which of these foods would be broken down by protease?

Rice.
Meat.
Lard.
Bread.


Question 4. Amylase is a type of which sort of enzyme?

Proteases.
Nitrogenases.
Lipases.
Carbohydrases.


Question 5. Which of these statements is false?

Enzymes are not used up in their reactions.
Enzymes are biological catalysts.
Enzymes work well at a range of temperatures and pH levels.
Enzymes speed up reactions.


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