zymase

Enzymes present in yeast that catalyze fermentation of sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
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zymase

[n] - a complex of enzymes that cause glycolysis
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Zymase

• (n.) A soluble ferment, or enzyme. See Enzyme.
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zymase

<enzyme> An enzyme complex found in yeast extract that is used to catalyse glycolysis and other reactions in fermentation. ... (06 May 1997) ...
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zymase

noun a complex of enzymes that cause glycolysis; originally found in yeast but also present in higher organisms
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Zymase

Zym'ase noun [ From Zyme .] (Physiol. Chem.) A soluble ferment, or enzyme. See Enzyme .
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Zymase

A group of enzymes (originally found in yeasts and bacteria) which, in the presence of oxygen, convert glucose and a few other carbohydrates into carbon dioxide and water or, in the absence of oxygen, into alcohol and carbon dioxide or into lactic acid.
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zymase

An enzyme complex found in yeasts which catalyzes the alcoholic fermentation of carbohydrates. Zymase was first isolated by the German chemist Eduard Buchner.
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zymase

enzymes in yeast that produce alcoholic fermentation by converting glucose to alcohols and carbon dioxide.
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Zymase

Enzymes present in yeast that catalyze fermentation of sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
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Zymase

Enzymes present in yeast that catalyze fermentation of sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
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zymase

The enzyme was first isolated in 1897 from living yeast cells by the German chemist Eduard Buchner (1860-1917). He was able to prove that with it fermentation (Conversion) of carbohydrates for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1907. These drugs are used for digestive problems. Zymase is also the collective name for a complex of around 20 enzymes...
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Zymase

The name given to the group of enzymes which yeast use to transform sugar into alcohol.
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zymase

zymase An enzyme in yeast which changes sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Any of a group of enzymes that, in the presence of oxygen, convert certain carbohydrates into carbon dioxide and water or, in the absence of oxygen, into alcohol and carbon dioxide or lacic acid. It is found in yeast, bacteria, and higher plants and animals.
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Zymase

Zymase is an enzyme formed in yeast cells which converts sugar into alcohol and carbonic acid gas.
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