Category: Bacterial Metabolism

Biochemical mechanisms of ATP formation – by substrate level phosphorylation and electron transport chain full overview

Biochemical mechanisms of ATP formation Biochemical mechanisms of ATP formation in addition of phosphate group to ADP through energy rich phosphor ester bond. This reaction is called phosphorylation reaction. The biochemical mechanisms of ATP formation have two fundamental mechanisms leading to formation of ATP. Substrate level phosphorylation Phosphorylation that involve participation of electron transport chain

Michaelis-Menten Equation – introduction and applications

Michaelis-Menten Equation :- • This mode is best-Known to understand enzyme kinetics from the Michaelis-Menten Equation. This equation is given by Michaelis-Menten. Introduction of michaelis-menten equation :- V= Vmax • (s) Km + s Where, V = Velocity of Enzymes reaction at substrate concentration. S = Substrate Concentration Vmax = Maximum Velocity Of The Enzyme