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Zymase

zy·mase (z m s , -m z ). n. The enzyme complex in yeasts that catalyzes the breakdown of sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.

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7HE ACTION SPECTRUM OF THE INHIBITION OF GALACTO
ZYMASE PRODUCTION BY ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT*. BY PAUL A. SWENSONf.
OXIDO-REDUCTIONS BY CO-ZYMASE.
A critical study of the conditions under which zymase and its
ETHANOL
Feb 5, 2009 about 14 percent, ethanol destroys the zymase enzyme and fermentation stops.
Mechanistic Ideas of Life: Basic Metabolism
Zymase.

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Günlük haberler - Nobel ödüllü: Albert von Szent-Györgyi Nagyrapolt (Son
Warburg ve Christian, 1935 yılında, diğer araştırmacılar uzun girişimlerin boşa renksiz ve metal içermeyen diğer iki dehydrogenases, (co-ferment ve co-zymase), aktif bir grup doğa tanımlanır .

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Zymase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zymase is an enzyme complex ("mixture") that catalyzes the fermentation of sugar into ethanol and carbon dioxide.
Zymase
Zymase is an enzyme critical in the catalyzation of glycolysis, or the fermentation breakdown of sugar into ethanol and carbon dioxide.
Zymase | Define Zymase at Dictionary.com
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Zymase - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
an enzyme or enzyme complex of yeast that promotes fermentation of sugar. Origin of ZYMASE. International Scientific Vocabulary.
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