Why do the pancreas and small intestine continuously produce enzymes if enzymes are reusable?

Answer A few things. The pH is not high in the small intestine. If it were, your small intestine would be significantly eroded. The pancreas releases, among other things, bicarbonate, a very basic compoun... Read More »

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What are Plant Enzymes Used For?

An enzyme is a complex protein produced by the cells of a plant or animal. In their natural setting, enzymes are catalysts for biochemical reactions of importance to the body producing the enzymes.... Read More »

What Is the Role of Enzymes in Metabolism?

Metabolism refers to any chemical process occurring within or between cells. There are two types of metabolism: Anabolism, where smaller molecules are synthesized to make larger ones; and catabolis... Read More »

What Is the Function of Restriction Enzymes in Nature?

A restriction enzyme is defined as an enzyme that latches onto and cuts DNA at a specific site, which is determined by the sequence of base pairs at that site.

What are the Advantages of enzymes in baby food?

Quicker for a mother to feed the baby, industruries can mass produce the purees and there's a wider range of flavours in the foods for the baby to eat.