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Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts in biological systems. They act most efficiently at temperatures between 36 degrees celsius and 40 degrees celsius. Why is this so?

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    That is the typical range of body temperature for humans, and many mammals. I suspect the evolutionary selection resulted in the development of enzymes optimized for that temperature range.

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