Enzymes work by bringing reactants together at a higher energy level than they would need in an uncatalysed reaction.
True. Enzymes work by bringing reactants together at a higher energy level than they would need in an uncatalysed reaction.Auto answered|Score 1|migzptz|Points 7126|User:
Change in the pH should ___ the enzyme.
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Change in the pH should deactivate the enzyme.Auto answered|Score .9858|vchutkan|Points 5692|User:
Enzymes work only on a single substrate, in most cases.
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The majority of enzymes catalyze only one type of reaction and act on only one compound or on a group of closely related compoundsExpert answered|scijoe21|Points 2265|User:
The distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of a successive wave is called:
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