Pineapple Enzyme Lab (Day #2 of 3)

Unit 2: 2) Cells ("Form and Function")
Lesson 18 of 20

Objective: Collect evidence and use it to develop a claim and compose an argument about the effect of temperature on enzyme activity.

Big Idea: Enzymes are protein-based molecules that catalyze (speed up) chemical reactions. Cell chemistry is essentially impossible without sufficient quantities of properly working enzymes.

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Science, enzyme-catalyzed reactions, cells, form vs. function, investigation, denature, bromelin, substrate, enzymes, gelatin
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