Posted: May 22nd, 2023
This implies at low temperatures, the rate of Glycolysis is low. The rate of Glycolysis increases exponentially with increasing temperature and attains optimum temperature when the rate declines as temperature increases. Based on the data, it can be said that at high temperatures, the rate of Glycolysis would be zero. This led to the acceptance of hypothesis 1 and rejection of hypothesis 2.
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