Ch 8: GRE Biology: Enzymatic Biochemistry

About This Chapter

Enzymatic biochemistry topics such as enzyme functioning are examined in this chapter. The lessons' self-assessment quizzes ask you about the chapter's main content to help you see how well you understand it as you prepare for questions on this topic on the GRE Biology test.

GRE Biology: Enzymatic Biochemistry - Chapter Summary

Become well-versed with enzymatic biochemistry by studying the lessons that make up this chapter. The fun video components focus on illustrating the major enzyme points to boost your understanding. Topics covered throughout the chapter are as follows:

  • Enzymatic reactions
  • Enzyme partners such as cofactors
  • Environmental effects on enzyme structure and activity
  • Activation energy

Review the lesson transcripts that correspond with the video lessons for an effective studying strategy. While you're going over the videos, you can use the timeline to easily jump to particular portions you want to study more.

GRE Biology Objectives

The cellular structure and function part of the GRE Biology subject test contains the questions regarding enzymes and consists of roughly 17% of the exam's material. This chapter's videos and quizzes prepare you for the enzymatic questions that you will see. All questions on the GRE Biology subject test are multiple-choice.

Passing the GRE Biology test can help you demonstrate your mastery of this topic, and your test results can be included in your application packet to graduate schools.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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