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Limiting Factor - Reaction

A factor that limits or completely inhibits the rate of a particular reaction.Typically, temperature is a major limiting factor in any event, primarily due to the fact the temperature affects the effectiveness of enzymes, which are themselves one of the prime catalysts in executing an efficient and effective reaction.

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