Definition of Exoenzymes

1. Noun. (plural of exoenzyme) ¹



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Definition of Exoenzymes

1. exoenzyme [n] - See also: exoenzyme

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exoenzymes

exodists
exodoi
exodontia
exodontias
exodontic
exodontics
exodontist
exodontists
exodos
exodus
exoduses
exody
exoenergic
exoenthalpic
exoenzyme
exoenzymes (current term)
exoergic
exoergic reaction
exoergicity
exoerythrocytic
exoerythrocytic cycle
exoerythrocytic stage
exogamic
exogamies
exogamous
exogastrula
exogen
exogenetic
exogenic

Literary usage of Exoenzymes

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1. Veterinary Medicines by Finlay Dun (1911)
"The exoenzymes, like the exotoxins, are set free much more freely, and may be thrown out into the fluids in considerable amounts whenever they are required: ..."

2. Intracellular Enzymes: A Course of Lectures Given in the Physiological by Horace Middleton Vernon (1908)
"exoenzymes, as we know, are liberated in large amounts whenever they are ... and the exoenzymes are formed and are bound up in the tissues in a similar ..."

3. General Botany for Universities and Colleges by Hiram Delos Densmore (1920)
"In many other instances living cells form exoenzymes, which are first liberated into the surrounding medium before they cause active fermentation. FIG. 133. ..."

4. Practical physiology by Arthur Philip Beddard, Marcus Seymour Pembrey (1910)
"... it with sand and water and then filtering through muslin, usually contain large amounts of ferments. This extract will contain both exoenzymes and ..."

5. Organic Lies: Misconceptions of the United States Organic Act in America and by Mary Choate (2007)
"... vitamin precursors of plant and animal origin in a highly concentrated mass of autotrophic, aerobic, and facultative enzymes, coenzymes and exoenzymes. ..."

6. Recordkeeping Guidelines for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"... phthalic anhydride; formaldehyde; gum arabic; N;S04; flour; trimellitic anhydride; red cedar and other wood dusts; bacillus-derived exoenzymes . ..."

7. Dairy Bacteriology by Sigurd Orla-Jensen, Paul Seidelin Arup (1921)
"... 14, 137, 140, 142 exoenzymes, 12, 140, 142 Eyes in cheese, abnormal, 139 normal, 41, 42, 138, 152 FAT butter, hydrolysis of, 121, 134 oxidation of, ..."

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