Enzymatic action is highly specific, Chemistry

Why can it be said that the enzymatic action is highly specific?

Ans) The enzymatic action is highly particular because only particular substrates of one enzyme bind to the activation center of that enzyme. Every enzyme generally catalyzes only a specific chemical reaction.

 

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