from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An enzym which ferments cellulose: found in germinating seeds, certain fungi, and possibly in some animal secretions. See complement, n, 8.
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- noun biochemistry Any of a class of
enzymes, found especially in cereals, that solubilize cell walls by hydrolyzing mannan, galactan, xylanand araban
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In the third group, the anti-substance, after it has combined with the antigen, leads to the union of a third body called _complement_ (_alexine_ or _cytase_ of
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