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______ regulate enzyme activity in metabolic pathways. Activators Neurons Inhibitors Glucose molecules Lipids
Inhibitors regulate enzyme activity in metabolic pathways.
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User: Roger is studying how energy from the Sun changes to chemical energy in plants and to mechanical energy in animals. He is studying _____. quantum physics chemistry biology thermodynamics

User: Plants are unique because they have _____, which absorb light energy from the Sun. plastids vacuoles chloroplasts mitochondria

User: ______ regulate enzyme activity in metabolic pathways. Activators Neurons Inhibitors Glucose molecules Lipids





Weegy: Inhibitors regulate enzyme activity in metabolic pathways.
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