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Which of the following is true of an enzyme? (1 point)It catalyzes a series of reactions. It breaks down immediately following the reaction it catalyzes. It changes the amount of energy released at the end of a reaction. It binds a single set of substrates
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. The theory of vitalism has been rejected by present-day scientists. Describe vitalism. Describe what scientists now think about the basis of life and why they rejected the theory of vitalism
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