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Define Amylase with Functions

The enzyme that modifies amvlose to form maltose is said to be amylase. The big part of starch is amvlose. In some starch, the whole......

Define Catalase Enzyme with Functions

The enzyme that converts H2O2 (Hydrogen per oxide) to water and oxygen is said to be catalase enzyme. Functions: In the field of treatment: it......

Define Zymase with Functions

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......

Classification of Enzymes

Classification of enzymes: Enzymes may be of the following types on the basis of the mode of reactions: i. Hydrolytic enzyme of hydrolase: This enzyme......

What is Enzyme?

Enzyme: The colorless, liquid and protein made substance secreting from exocrine gland that accelerates the chemical reactions and remains unchanged after the reactions. Enzymes are......

What is Co-enzyme?

Co-enzyme: Few enzymes that contain non-protein parts (Prosthetic group) with their protein parts are said to be conjugated enzymes. The non-protein pan of the conjugated......

Define Enzyme with Characteristics

Enzyme: Enzymes are colorless, liquid and protein made substances secreted from exocrine glands which speed up or retardate the rate of chemical reactions and after......

What is Enzyme Reaction Kinetics?

The rates of enzyme reactions literally determine our health and well-being, it is extremely important both personally and industrially (the pharmaceutical industry). Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)......

How does the enzyme works with substrate?

The process of an enzyme at work: There are four steps in the working process – Step-1 : An enzyme and a substrate are in......

What are the properties of enzymes?

There are some basic properties of enzymes. these are- 1. Enzymes are globular proteins because this gives more stability in polar environment. 2. They reduce......

How temperature affect on enzyme catalysed reaction?

Temperature reaching the enzyme and substrate molecules causes them to raise random movement. The larger temperature the extra the molecules move and so the more repeatedly they collide.......