Factors that influence enzyme activity include substrate concentration, enzyme concentration, temperature, pH and the presence of any activators or inhibitors. Enzymes act as catalysts for biochemical activities. More »

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According to Florida State Universtiy, pH affects enzyme activity by altering or inhibiting an enzyme from catalyzing a reaction. Changes in pH affect polar and non-polar forces, alter the shape of an enzyme and the acti... More »

In general, the rates of enzyme-catalyzed reactions are faster as temperature increases and slower as temperatures decrease below an optimal temperature level. When temperature increases, more molecules have more kinetic... More »

According to Florida State Universtiy, pH affects enzyme activity by altering or inhibiting an enzyme from catalyzing a reaction. Changes in pH affect polar and non-polar forces, alter the shape of an enzyme and the acti... More »

The factors that affect the rate of osmosis are temperature, surface area, difference in water potential, pressure, concentration gradient and amount of light. These factors are affected by both the solvent, which is usu... More »

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The abiotic, or non-living, factors that affect an ecosystem include the local temperature, light intensity, geology and presence of pollutants. Additionally, factors such as the pH of the soil and the types of gases tha... More »

A high fever can cause a denaturation, or change in shape, of an enzyme, resulting in less activity for the enzyme to catalyze reactions in the body, according to the BBC. When there is elevated temperature in the body, ... More »