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Chemistry of Enzymes, Polymers

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Chemistry of Enzymes, Polymers

Post  bejoy on Wed Nov 16, 2016 6:08 am

Original name of enzymes is ferments. Enzymes are biomolecules, biocatalysts, complex proteins that drives thousands of metabolic processes in living things. Without enzymes there is no respiration process, digestion processes in animals and no photosynthesis process in plants. Overall enzymes can able to catalyze 4000 biochemical reactions. Enzymes are biocatalysts. Enzymes without being consumed in the process can speed up chemical processes or slow down the chemical processes. After the reaction is complete, the enzyme is released from the chemical process which can start another reaction. http://bit.ly/2eF8n4t

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