Enzymes occur naturally in all living things. They are important in all systems of
your body…digestive, nervous, respiratory, muscular, cardiovascular, endocrine,
Enzymes are proteins that control the speed of chemical reactions in your body.
Without enzymes, these reactions would take place too slowly to keep you alive.
Enzymes are the foundation of energy and the life force in all living things. They
are responsible for building, detoxifying, and healing the body. They are also the
The pH affects the function of enzymes in organisms, including humans. ... A:
Living things need air, food and water because they are essential to the chemical
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... chemical reactions and explain why this makes enzymes important to living
things. ... are enzymes, and how are they important to living things? describe how
Jul 2, 2012 ... Enzymes are hugely important for living things. From digestion to the
reproduction of genetic information, they control and accelerate the ...
Enzymes function as catalysts, which means that they speed up the rate at which
metabolic processes and reactions occur in living organisms. ... But the internal
temperature of a living thing cannot be raised too high like chemicals in a ... An
important function of coenzymes is that they transfer electrons, atoms, or
Feb 24, 2012 ... For example, enzymes work best at specific levels of acids or bases. ... and bases
are important in living things because most enzymes can do ...
pH is important because the enzymes that catalyze the chemical reactions of life
require a specific pH in order to function. Also, if the pH is increased or ...
Oct 19, 2014 ... ... (pH of blood < 7.4). Living systems require a close to neutral pH to maintain
molecular activity at the membrane level and for enzyme functions.