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Plausible science for why an enzyme breaks down a substrate better at 4 degrees rather than 20 degrees

Plausible science for why an enzyme breaks down a substrate better at 4 degrees rather than 20 degrees


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An enzyme was found to have an optimal temperature of 20 degrees. The same enzyme in sheep liver extract was found to have an optimal temperature of 4 degrees. What are some of the factors that can contribute to the differences observed?


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