How Does Temperature Affect Enzyme?


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Jone Davies answered

In the optimum temperature range, various enzymes have the strongest enzyme activity and the highest enzymatic reaction rate. In a suitable temperature range, for every 10 °C increase in temperature, the enzymatic reaction rate can be increased by a factor of 1 to 2. The optimum temperature of enzymes in different organisms is different.

For example, the optimum temperature of various enzymes in animal tissues is 37 to 40 ° C; the optimum temperature of various enzymes in microorganisms is 25 to 60 ° C, but there are exceptions, such as the optimum temperature of melotonylase is 62 to 64. °C.

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amber Jhon answered
There are various factors which can affect the activity of enzymes and one of the major factors is the temperature. Temperature usually increases the activity of the enzyme but as you know that all enzymes have some conditions at which they show optimal activity therefore, after a certain limit the activity of the enzyme and temperature negatively relates with each other. For example, if the body temperature increases then activity of the enzyme will increase but after a certain increase in temperature the activity of the enzyme will start declining.
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Vincent Davis answered
Both temperature and pH affect the optimal activity of enzymes, outside of the range of optimal temperatures and pH the enzyme will not function.

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