proteins function to give structure to the body, regulate processes, provide protection, help muscles to contract,transport substances and serve as enzymes. As enzymes,proteins serves to:a.Lower the activation energy  of biochemical reactions b.speed up biochemical reactions c.orient colliding molecules d.all of the above e.only two of the above

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proteins function to give structure to the body, regulate processes, provide protection, help muscles to contract,transport substances and serve as enzymes. As enzymes,proteins serves to:

a.Lower the activation energy  of biochemical reactions 

b.speed up biochemical reactions 

c.orient colliding molecules 

d.all of the above 

e.only two of the above 

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