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The lock-and-key mechanism refers to: a. the complementary shapes of an enzyme and a substrate. b. the attractive forces between an enzyme and a substrate. c. the ability of an enzyme to lower the activation energy of a reaction. d. the ability of an enzyme to “unlock” the products of a reaction.

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paulmill32

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