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If catalase enzyme was placed in a test tube and heated to 100 degrees C, what results would you expect from a glowing splint test?

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    Would it be: nothing, because at 100 degrees the enzymes would be denatured and would therefore not cause a reaction to occur? And if no reaction occurred, there would be no oxygen for the glowing splint test.

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