Biological catalysts don't only break down molecules; they can provide an active site where substrates can react together. Thus the enzyme can combine substrates together to form a product; these are called anabolic reactions, like anabolic steroids where substrates react together to form larger proteins for muscle growth.fuzzyfaction89 said:I got the following:
1) C ('D' seems to be the correct answer. If you ask me, the question sort of contradicts the meaning of an enzyme - a biological catalyst that BREAKS DOWN molecules to help speed up reactions. If the arrows were facing the other way, it would have made much more sense/logic, and then C would have definetly been the answer).