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Enzymes are important because they

A. contain water.

B. speed up chemical reactions.

C. contain genetic material.

D. help the cell maintain its shape.

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    speed up chemical reactions.

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    I dub thee… CORRECT!

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    I mean… I dub thee… CORRECT!

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