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The curve of the variation in speed of the enzymatic reaction as a function of increasing substrate concentration increases in a curve formation until approaching the point where it stabilizes due to the saturation of the activation centers of the enzymes.
The curve of the variation in the speed of the enzymatic reaction as a function of increasing temperature initially increases and then reaches a peak (the optimum temperature), after which it decreases to zero at the point in which the enzymes are rendered inactive by denaturation.
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