What Is the Protein Molecule That Speeds up a Reaction without Being Consumed in the Reaction?

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The protein molecule that speeds up a reaction without being consumed in the reaction is an enzyme. Since an enzyme speeds up a reaction, it is generally called a protein catalyst.
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Enzymes are biological catalysts that speed up metabolic reaction rates by lowering the reaction's activation energy. Proteins and RNA molecules can both function as enzymes.
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What is a type of protein or RNA molecule that speeds up metabolic reactions in plant and animals without being permanently changed
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C. Enzymes. Enzymes can be reused over and over because the chemical reaction doesn't alter them. They just speed up (catalyze) the reaction between other substances by putting strain
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