The Michaelis-Menten equation is an expression of the relati

The Michaelis-Menten equation is an expression of the relationship between the initial velocity,V0,… Show more The Michaelis-Menten equation is an expression of the relationship between the initial velocity,V0, of an enzymatic reaction and substrate concentration, [S]. There are three conditions that are useful for simplifying the Michaelis-Menten equation to an expression from which the effect of [S] on the rate can be more readily determined. Match the condition (e.g. [S] = Km) with the statement(s) that describe it. Doubling [S] will almost double the rate. Half of the active sites are occupied by substrate. About 90% of the active sites are occupied by substrate. Doubling [S] will have little effect on the rate. Less than 10% of the active sites are occupied by substrate. This condition will result in the highest rate. The three conditions to choose from are [S]=0.1 Km, [S]=Km, and [S]=10 Km • Show less

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