What element is used to build proteins and nucleic acids?
What is the process of making proteins called?
How are proteins constructed from amino acids?
What happens during dehydration reaction?
How is DNA used to make proteins?
How does DNA code for proteins?
Are enzymes always proteins?
What type of reaction is a dehydration reaction?
What reactions break apart polymers?
Are nucleic acids enzymes?
Are enzymes proteins or nucleic acids?
Is DNA a nucleic acid?
Is DNA a protein?
Is polypeptide chain a carbohydrate protein lipid or nucleic acid?
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Are enzymes made of proteins?
Which came first protein or nucleic acid?
Are nucleotides proteins?
Are nucleic acids bigger than proteins?
Do proteins catalyze reactions?
Why is protein better than nucleic acids?
How were the first proteins formed?
What are proteins that catalyze chemical reactions called?
Enzymes are proteins that speed up reactions by reducing the activation energy. Each enzyme typically binds only one substrate. Enzymes are not consumed during a reaction; instead they are available to bind new substrates and catalyze the same reaction repeatedly.
What molecules catalyze chemical reactions?
What do you call a type of protein that catalyzes chemical reactions?
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