In which of the following respect the plant hormones differ from enzymes

In Which Of The Following Respect The Plant Hormones Differ Biology Question

In which of the following respect, the plant hormones differ from enzymes

Options

(a) Required in less quantity
(b) They are expended in the process
(c) They release some energy
(d) None of the above

Correct Answer:

Required in less quantity

Explanation:

Growth of the plant is very much regulated by certain chemical substances (hormones), which are synthesized by the plant in very small quantities. They are needed in small quantities at very low concentrations as compared to enzyme.

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Topics: Plant Growth and Development (128)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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