Outcomes
 See outcomes from previous class
 Know the MichaelisMenten equation and how to apply it and linear versions to an understanding of the kinetic constants (k_{cat}, K_{m}, k_{cat}/K_{m})
 Be able to describe the meaning of (V_{max}, k_{cat}, K_{m}, k_{cat}/K_{m}) and their reolationship to the qualities of an enzyme
 Know how derive the MM equation and the describe the underlying assumptions in the derivation
 Be able to describe how experimental data (initial velocities) can be used to generate a MM description of the enzyme kinetics
Reading (to be completed before class!)
Lehninger Chp 6, Sect. 6.16.3
 Know and understand all terms in bold
 Table 63 (memorize)
 Be able to label and define terms in figure 6.3
 Know residues (Fig 69) that can act in general acidbase catalysts
 Define initial velocity (Fig 610)
 Understand the relationship between Fig 610 and Fig 611
 Relate terms in MM equation to Figure 612
PreAssignment
PreAssignment activities on Worksheet for Enzyme Catalysis (please email photos of your answers) and be prepared to show your reading log in class.

In Class Activities
 Worksheet on Enzyme Catalysis
 Lecture Notes on Enzyme Kinetics (MM equation)
Problems
 All PostActivity Exercises on Enzyme Catalysis Worksheet
 All PostActivity Exercises on Enzyme Kinetics Worksheet
 Lehninger Chp 6: 6, 7, 8, 9
