How does an enzyme work?
Do you like solving puzzles?
Well, enzymes work exactly like puzzle pieces. An enzyme takes a specific shape and has an "active site" for its specific substrate to bond with and then break it apart. Enzymes are biological catalysts, which means that they speed up a chemical reaction without being used up. Different enzymes work best at different temperatures and
Here is a nice picture that shows a simple demonstration on how an enzyme works: