What role does enzyme play in cell metabolism?
The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. It produces the ATP or adenosine triphosphate. The ATP provides the cell with energy in order to perform various functions.
The main role of enzyme and toxins on pathogenesis is to provide resistance to disease. They also catalyze the reactions within a cell.
I do know that enzymes play a role in metabolism.
Enzymes control all reactions of metabolism .
The mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell, where the metabolism of eukaryotic cells occur. Its primary role is to produce ATP which is the energy currency of the body.
They involve in digestion.
Extracellular enzyme is an enzyme that performs its role or function outside a cell. The purpose of experimenting extracellular enzyme is to know how can it affect our body when the bacteria secretes.
They are organic compounds that play a central role in metabolism.
Enzymes increase the rate of the chemical reactions carried out during metabolism.
which play a role during division
they turn food into usable energy for the cell
Vitamin B-6 removes a carbon in chemical reactions. This gives it a role as an enzyme in over 100 reactions in the body. Some specific functions are carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, protein metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, and amino acid conversion/rearrangement.
Pepsin is the enzyme responsible for digestion.
Telomerase is an enzyme that renews the teloromes at the end of chromosomes
Oxygen plays a vital role in the breathing processes and in the metabolism of the living organisms.
Yes, sodium ions play a role in the polarization of the cell membrane.
The enzyme secreted in the mouth is amylase. Amylase breaks carbohydrates (starch) into glucose (sugar).
what does the nucleolous do for the cell
The liver has a central role in lipid metabolism. The liver produces bile, which is required for efficient intestinal fat absorption. The post-absorptive stages of metabolism occur from the lipid absorption in the intestines.
What role do chromosomes play when a cell makes proteins
Lysosomes's role in metabolism is digestion.
ATP is the main energy source in metabolism. ATP can be used as a transporter of chemical energy making it different from other nucleotides.
In the liver, heme is a component of several vital enzymes, particularly cytochrome P450, involved in the metabolism of chemicals, vitamins, fatty acids, and hormones.
The centrioles of the cell play a role in cell division and are located near the nucleus of an animal cell.
It keeps the inside cell protected
To provide support, and to shape the cell
it controles movement and substances
Controls what substances move in the cell and what goes out
Micro-tubules play active role in chromosome movement during cell division.
it play an important function in human body as it helps in digestion of fats.
The nucleus controls the cell and the cell membrane contains it
There is a few roles that cell membranes play to. The main role is what protects the interior contents.
lysosomes play a role in drug action...
well it doesnt really "play a role", it is most nearly life itself of a cell. Mitosis is used to replicate cells, or to make identical copies of the original cell.
A simple explanation of telomere erosion is an act that occurs whenever a cell divides. Telomerase is an enzyme and its role is to control the telomere present.
An enzyme is a catalyst, and it speeds up the biochemical reaction. It does this by providing an alternate pathway for the reaction to occur, and this alternate pathway has a lower activation energy than the pathway in the absence of the enzyme.
Diffusion is a molecule takes the oxygen out of the cell
gives shapes to plant cells.
Pectinase is an enzyme that glues cell walls together in fruit. A useful byproduct is that it is good for setting jam.
The role an enzyme plays is it breaks down food like scissors would paper. So think of it as chemical scissors.
Copper is a necessary co-factor for several enzymes. Most of them have to do with energy production.
it is the boundary between the cell and the cell membrane and it controls movement of substances in and out
Neurotransmitters are chemicals released from nerve cells that play an important role in nerve cell communication.
It contains salts, and important materials for the metabolism of the plant. (cell sap) It also controls turgor pressure on the cell wall by pushing outwards against it and makes it firm.
roles of smooth endoplasmic reticulum - synthesis of lipids and steroids, metabolism of carbohydrates, regulation of calcium concentration, drug detoxification, attachment of receptors on cell membrane proteins, and steroid metabolism
they work as a barrier: ions can't pass through. They also have a metabolic role: signaling, or communication (cell to cell interaction)
it is ..............
In the Nucleus.
Combine with DNA