ACTIVITY 2: ENZYMES LETTER TILE

Hey guys!!! Today we are going to do something real fun!! What is it you may ask?

It’s a LETTER TILE!

If you haven’t done a letter tile before let me explain it to you. There are three letters per tile and your task is to put the tiles together in the correct order so that they form a sentence or phrase. The hint for today’s letter tile is that it is one of the Michaelis-Menten Curve Assumptions. To participate, please like and comment below what you think the assumption is. This was a lot of fun making; I hope it is as much fun doing it as well. Enjoy guys!!

UNSCRAMBLE THE TILES TO REVEAL THE MESSAGE!

letter tile

P.S. Click the image for a larger version

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2 responses to “ACTIVITY 2: ENZYMES LETTER TILE

  1. Yayyy!!!! Correct!! Thanks for participating. Below is additional information about this assumption
    The substrate concentration is much greater than the enzyme concentration, so that the percentage of total substrate bound by the enzyme at any one time is small!! 🙂

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