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Most cells contain proteins that help turn key enzymes "on" or "off" at critical stages in the life of the cell.
There are two ways wherein cells regulate the activity of enzymes. These involve controlling the amount of the enzyme and controlling the activity level of the enzyme.
Cells regulate enzyme activity through two methods: allosteric inhibition and competitive inhibition. Allosteric inhibition is when something (an ion, an organic chemical, etc….) bonds to a site on the enzyme (not on the active site), and changes the shape of the enzyme. Competitive inhibition is when something (an ion, an organic chemical, etc.) enters the active site so that the true substrate cannot enter into the enzyme to have a reaction.
because, if certain enzymes fails to produce , the cell will loose control of its cycle. Hope i could help . Jessica Was Here (.^__^.)
cyclins and regulatory proteins
well since i guess you are asking if cyclins regulate the cell cycle well yes they do.
The enzyme production is directed by genes located on the chromosomes. A general is a segment of DNA that control the production ofrece a protein.and the protein calles cyclin…s control the cell cycle.the interactions ofrece these molecules,based on conditions both in the cell's environment and inside The cell, controlar the cell cycle
Called enzymes are organic compounds that regulate chemical reactionas in cells what is that called?
angiotensin is not the correct answer. The correct answer is erythropoietin.
| Enzymes speed up reactions that help sustain life.
idk but ask your dogs they should know about this a lot man a not kidding i did it and i got an 100 on my hw u should ask they know everything about this u can ask your ca…t if u have one but if you ask your cat you're gonna get an 90 which is good too good luck