Enzymes are also type of macromolecules.They are globular proteins
Reactions are speed up by enzymes. Enzymes are type of proteins
They are protein type. They are globular 3d proteins
The process by which enzymes break down macromolecules is through phases of hydrolysis.
All enzymes are macromolecules called proteins.
Enzymes are a type of proteins themselves but what enzymes do is they break down large macromolecules into smaller molecules that can be reassembled to synthesize materials. So enzymes can break things down and build them up, proteins included.
Proteins are the macromolecules that serves as enzymes. Meaning all enzymes are proteins (a minor exeption exist as RNA catalyst) and the reverse is not true. Enzymes speed up the biochemical reactions.
Lysosomes break down macromolecules.
They are type of proteins. They are 3D globular proteins
enzymes do the hydrolysis. They are made up of proteins
Mainly enzymes are involved. They are made up of proteins
The organelle in animal cells that contain hydrolytic enzymes are lysosomes.
Nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream. Starch is broken down by enzymes. Macromolecules are broken down.
it has the digestive enzymes which break down the macromolecules
Mainly there is water. But proteins from enzymes can be found
Enzymes are specialized proteins. And proteins are made up from amino acids.
Most enzymes are classified as proteins. However, there are some enzymes that are not classified as proteins such as ribozymes (nucleic acids) and vitamins (coenzymes).