Define Zymase with Functions - QS Study
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The enzyme which can convert starch to ethyle alcohol through fermentation is called zymase. It is the active alcoholic fermentation enzyme of yeasts. Zymase is a complex of enzymes that cause glycolysis.



(i) Zymase is used in preparing Alcohol.

(ii) It is used to prepare breads in basketries.

(iii) Obsolete term for a mixture of enzymes.