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Name: Elaine
Status: Other
Grade:  Other
Location: N/A
Country: United States
Date: May 2005


Question:
What controls metabolism other than enzymes and hormones?



Replies:
Let's not forget about DNA. It controls all meabolism indirectly by coding for the synthesis of all proteins and enzymes whcih in turn catalyze all chemical reactions including hormonse synthesis.

Ron Baker, Ph.D



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