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Describe the following metabolic regulatory mechanisms. Use illustrations wherever needed.
1. Enzyme induction: positive and negative control of protein synthesis
2. Catabolite repression
3. Feedback inhibition and feedback repression
4. Feedback control of branched pathways: isoenzymes, concerted feedback, cumulative feedback and sequential feedback

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1. Enzyme induction: positive and negative control of protein synthesis
The functioning of the enzymes is essential for the homeostasis of the metabolite of the body and each enzyme can be activated or induced to produce a higher rate of turnover or products or the converse can also be true. This control of enzyme function by certain substances like drugs or other metabolic molecules can be considered as enzyme induction....

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