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Enzymes act as catalysts. They speed up the reaction time.

Enzymes act as catalysts. They speed up the reaction time.

Enzymes affect the reactions in living cells by changing the....?

Enzymes act as catalysts, and they almost always affect a specific reaction. Enzymes are proteinaceous biocatalysts that catalyze chemical reactions occurring in the living cell.

They act as a catalyst and change the speed of reactions within an organism (helping to maintain homeostasis)

Activation energy! They change the amount of energy needed for a reaction to occur, through different mechanisms, message me if you want more information :)

The function of restriction enzymes in living cells is to destroy the DNA of invading microorganisms, such as viruses. These enzymes are commonly found in bacteria and archaea.

Enzymes speed up chemical reactions that take place in cells. Temperature, pH, and regulatory molecules can affect the activity of enzymes.

It affects it by if the cell doesn't have water then the enzyme can't speed up a chemical reaction.

Enzymes are biocatalysts. They are used as catalysts for biochemical reactions in living cells.

Yes, it is true that enzymes are found in all living cells.

It acts as Catalyst, generally enzymes not have specific structure in the living cell.

To carry out biochemical reactions enzymes are needed as catalyst.

an enzyme is a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction and they are important to cells because enzymes make everything work, they are made up of proteins and are used in almost every kind of reaction in the body hope this helps!!

Enzymes are produced by living cells which catalyse the biochemical reactions.

It is high because the enzymes in cells speed up the reactions by lowering the energy.

Enzymes are protein in cells that lower the energy of a reaction. Without enzymes, reactions would need more energy than the body can make. This would cause death of the cells.

enzyme sped up the chemical reaction

Almost all bio-chemical reactions taking place in the cells of the living organism are catalyzed by enzymes.For Example: The conversion of Glucose to Glucose-6-Phosphate (1st Reaction of Glycolysis) is catalyzed by the enzyme hexokinase or glucokinase.Glucose + ATP ---> Glucose-6-Phosphate + ADP

Enzymes are inside our cells in our body, they are meant there so we won't be sick and feel terrible, not only us but the cells protecting the enzymes are protecting us so we won't feel terrible, but it depends on how you help your body, the cells, and the enzymes.

The organic catalysts found in cells are called enzymes.

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