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- adj. Of, relating to, or caused by enzymes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to an enzym or ferment; enzymic.
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- adj. of or relating to or produced by an enzyme
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It is believed that this reaction, called enzymatic browning, is a form of plant defense against pests and pathogens, says Hartel.
It is non-enzymatic, meaning it is not like when you cut an apple and leave it out; nothing is reacting to oxygen here – it all happens under heat.
Magnesium is important for the body to build and repair tissues as its used in more than 300 enzymatic reactions.
While higher in all of these desired nutrients, tepary beans are lower in polyunsaturated fat and in the anti-enzymatic compounds which make common beans hard to digest (Hamama and Bhardwaj 2002).
Diagnostic confirmation frequently requires the use of cultured skin fibroblasts, liver or some other tissue and a range of enzymatic, molecular flux and molecular techniques.
Attached to it are three ‘legs’ of single-strand enzymatic DNA, which binds to, and then cuts, a particular sequence of DNA.
Even when you can't identify the problem, often just cleaning the urine well with enzymatic cleaner and maintaining a sparkling clean litter box cuts down the spraying dramatically.
A large library of novel proteins have been created, with binding, enzymatic and antibody activities.
The first week of sampling did not show any reverse transcriptase activity, but in the second week I detected weak enzymatic activity, which increased significantly a few days later.
On Christmas Day, 1984, Greider discovered signs of enzymatic activity in a cell extract.