Farts and Soup like fluids which are called jousricals.
Such proteins (or proteins decorated with carbohydrates) are called catalysts.
Yes, the definition of an enzyme is a protein that acts as a catalyst for biological reactions.
Proteins that act as biological catalyst are called enzymes.
an enzyme is a protein that acts as a biological catalyst
Yes, that is exactly what an enzyme is.
a biological catalyst that can be found in the cells of your body is called a Enzyme
Enzymes are protein catalysts and therefore are biological molecules that perform enzymatic reactions.
In chemistry it is called a catalyst. In biology it is called a enzyme. When a living organism produces a catalyst its called an enzyme.
An enzyme is a functional (globular) protein. It is a biological catalyst that makes chemical reactions possible.
Catalase is a type of protein that functions as an enzyme (a biological catalyst).
Yes; enzymes can be simple or complex molecules that serve to catalyze biological reactions.
An enzyme is a protein that acts as a catalyst in a living thing Enzymes are proteins which work as a biological catalyst, i.e. increases the rate of the chemical reaction.
That would be an enzyme. Also know as a biological Catalyst
An enzyme is the biological equivalent of a catalyst.
A catalyst is used to speed up a reaction. It is used in biological reactions as well. Those catalyst are called enzymes.
enzyme are protein and act as a biological catalyst.. .it help to increasing the rate of reaction
These catalysts are called enzymes and exist in living organisms.
Typically, they contain an enzyme (a biological catalyst) that speeds up the break-down (into smaller molecules) of the long tough protein fibers of meat.
Biological catalysts in organisms are called enzymes.
Biological and biochemical catalysts are called 'enzymes', all others just plainly 'catalists'
An organic catalyst is organic matter that speeds up a reaction, a biological catalyst refers to a catalyst which acts within a cell. Both these descriptions apply to enzymes.
Because it lowers the activation energy of a reaction and allows the reaction to occur faster. An enzyme is a biological catalyst instead of a synthetic one.
Enzymes are the globular proteins which are responsible for altering the rate of reactions inside all organisms - i.e. they are biological catalysts.
An enzyme is the biological catalyst that speeds up chemical reactions.
An enzyme molecule acts as a catalyst in a biological reaction.
Enzymes are biological catalysts
The primary function of an enzyme or any biological catalyst is to increase the rate of a reaction.
enzymes acts as biological catalyst.
Your spit. The enzymes in saliva are like a biological catalyst.
These catalysts are called enzymes.
That is the definition of a catalyst. A biological catalyst is known as enzymes.
In chemistry it's called a catalyst. In biology it's usually a protein and is called an enzyme.
Both. Enzymes are known as biological catalysts because they speed up reactions within cells. They are organic because they are (tertiary) proteins and protein has c-c (carbon to carbon) bonds making it an organic material.
They are biological catalysts
Yes - but biological catalyst would be an even better description.
I think biological catalyst speeds up the rate of reaction.
It is acting as a biological catalyst.
No, biological catalysts are called enzymes and they are proteins. The enzyme called "amylase" which is found in your saliva breaks down starch molecules into glucose monomers.
Yes, proteins which catalyze chemical reactions are called enzymes.
Because enzymes, like catalysts, increase the rate of the reaction. Also, enzymes are known as 'Biological Catalysts".
Biological catalysts make reactions go faster if they are added Catalysts increases the speed of a reaction they are called enzymes
What type of protein acts as a catalyst for molecular reactions in the body by decreasing the activation energy required?
They are called Enzymes
Natural body enhancers
they speed up a reaction
A biological catalyst