|Chemical Reactions Gene|
|11||Substrate Chemical 1||Substrates
must all be present in an amount equal to or greater than the amount required for
the reaction to take place.
See the chemical list for details
|12||Amount of Chemical 1|
|13||Substrate Chemical 2|
|14||Amount of Chemical 2|
|15||Product Chemical 3||The product
depicts what chemicals
(if any) are produced by the reaction
|16||Amount of Chemical 3|
|17||Product Chemical 4|
|18||Amount of Chemical 4|
|19||Reaction Rate||This is the
speed of the reaction.
The higher the number, the slower the reaction.
|Half-Lives Gene (only 1 gene)|
chemical is represented by four numbers,
the first two represent the chemical itself,
the second two represent the half life of that chemical
(the speed at which the chemical breaks down)
0 = instantaneous 255 = very slow