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Which of the following would occur if cells did not have enzymes? Cells would not have any chemical reactions taking place. Cells would have some chemical reactions, but not enough to support life processes. Reactions in cells would be too slow to sustain life. Reactions in cells would be prevented from producing needed products at the right time.

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  1. Fathomspace
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    I guess all of them are correct,in a way.If an enzyme isnt present in a cell,there would be,yet some reactions taking place.But,the cell requires multiple reactions to survive,including the ones that require enzymes.So,the cell would eventually die off,if cut off from all enzymes.

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