It is a biochemical reaction because of the bacteria. :)
Redox is what is needed to reverse a biochemical reaction. The redox is used in science.
During a biochemical reaction, an enzyme binds with a substrate to lower the activation energy of the reaction. This results to an increase in the reaction rate.
Catalysts in biochemical reactions are called enzymes.
Enzymes catalyse biochemical reaction by lowering the activation energy.
The examples of biochemical reaction are : photosynthesis,osmosis,Diffussion,metabolisms, etc.
The biochemical reactions involving photolysis of water comes under light reaction. It is infect a chain of reactions commonly known as light phase.
The enzyme is a biochemical catalyst.
An enzyme in a biochemical reaction fits this definition.
It catalyses the biochemical process thus it increases the rate of reaction
Any chemical reaction involving biomolecules is called a biochemical process. For example:- all the processes occurring in body of organisms are biochemical processes.
An enzyme is a catalyst, and it speeds up the biochemical reaction. It does this by providing an alternate pathway for the reaction to occur, and this alternate pathway has a lower activation energy than the pathway in the absence of the enzyme.
it refers to a chemical reaction that normally will be performed within a living oranism
Enzymes speed up biochemical reactions by lowering the activation energy of the reaction.
it is the place for the biochemical reaction to occur.
Enzymes lower the activation energy needed to start a reaction.
by reducing the activation energy required to initiate the reaction
It is a biochemical process.
I suppose that this is a biochemical reaction.
photosynthesis involves a complex series of chemical reactions, in which the product of one reaction is consumed in the next reaction. A series of reactions linked in this way is referred to as a biochemical pathway.
Inactive ingreds are just that. Inactive. Nothing of consequence within the human biochemical spectra. That is. They have no biochemical reaction. None.
in what context? the neither consumed nor taken something from a reaction, but they take part in biochemical reaction to accelerate the rate of the reaction.
Enzymes act as catalysts for biochemical reactions; the reaction speed is increased.
The presence of catalysts, usually enzymes.
Biochemical reactions are taking place when fruit ripens.
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