vitamins, vitamin derivatives, and non-vitamins
well according to my calculations i believe that 3 diff-rent co-enzymes are
vitamins a, b and C
three different source of light from three different directions
If its a line graph then do three separate lines for the three different results but do each one in a different colour then add a key.
a, an, the
physical life earth
there are three different types of fingerprints. arch, loop, and whorl.
how do coenzymes get into your body?
Coenzymes has a complex structure. They are a group of co-factors that are tightly or loosely attached to enzymes.
Acting as coenzymes
Coenzymes are small organic non-protein molecules that carry chemical groups between enzymes. Coenzymes are sometimes referred to as cosubstrates. These molecules are substrates for enzymes and do not form a permanent part of the enzymes' structures.
Coenzymes are made of mostly carbon molecules. These molecules get used and reused to carry various groups of chemicals to other enzymes.
They don't at all. Enzymes, Coenzymes, and Vitamins are 3 totally different thing
They act as Coenzymes
Two coenzymes present in Complex I: FMN (flavin mononucleotide) and CoQ (coenzyme Q or ubiquinone).