Asked in Genetics
Example of how enzymes benefit humans?
September 09, 2009 4:16AM
a catalase is a type of enzyme in which it breaks down hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen gas in organs, it is mostly used inside the peroxisome of a cell, preventing the peroxide from causing damage to the cell
Why Optimum temperatures for enzymes in plants lower than enzymes found in animals?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Do human being have restriction enzymes in body?
No, humans do not have restriction enzymes in their bodies. Restriction enzymes are enzymes that cut at specific sites in DNA. These are found only in prokaryotes (i.e. cells that do not have a nucleus - that is, organisms in bacteria and archaea domains). Consequently, you won't find them in humans.
Asked in Mice and Rats
What enzymes do humans have to stop bleeding that rats do not?
Asked in Biology, Animal Life
Describe one way in which artificial selection can benefit humans?
Asked in Air Pollution, Land Pollution, Water Pollution
Why do humans release acid rain into the environment and what is the benefit for humans?
Asked in Biology
What is a part of enzymes name usually derived from?