19.) Michaelis-Menten kinetics is a useful tool for approximating the behavior of many simple one-substrateenzyme reaction systems, such as that shown here: \mathrm{E}+\mathrm{S} \underset{k_{-1}}{\stackrel{k_{1}}{\rightleftharpoons}} \mathrm{ES} \underset{k_{-2}}{\stackrel{k_{2}}{\rightleftharpoons}} \mathrm{E}+\mathrm{P} From this reaction series, write rate equations describing the change in concentrations of the enzyme-substratecomplex (ES; d[ES]/dt = ?) and the product (P) formed (the reaction velocity; v = d[P]/dt = ?). (6 pts) Next, list the two key assumptions made in Michaelis-Menten model that allow for the derivation of the Michaelis-Menten equation (shown below) (6 pts)

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