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Omar investigates how enzymes are important to body processes. How is the role of enzymes in biochemical
activity BEST explained?
O Enzymes work at all pH levels
O Enzymes decrease the rate of metabolism
O Enzymes enable reactions to occur at lower temperatures
O Enzymes raise the activation energy needed for a reaction
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Omar investigates how enzymes are important to body processes. How is the role of enzymes in biochemical activity BEST explained? O Enzymes work at all pH levels O Enzymes decrease the rate of metabolism O Enzymes enable reactions to occur at lower temperatures O Enzymes raise the activation energy needed for a reaction

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