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Some enzymes require the presence of a non-protein molecule to behave catalytically. An enzymes devoid of this molecule is called a (n)
- Holo enzyme
- Apo enzyme
- Co enzyme
- Zymo enzyme
An Apo enzyme is an inactive enzyme, activation of the enzyme occurs upon binding of an organic or inorganic cofactor. Holo enzyme is an Apo enzyme together with its cofactor. A Holo enzyme is complete and catalytically active. Most cofactors are not covalently bound but instead are tightly bound.
How much energy of glucose is converted into ATP during alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation?
Both alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation yield relatively smaller amount of energy from glucose molecule. Only about 2% of energy of glucose is converted into ATP during alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation.
The type of agranulocyte that stays in blood for a few hours and then enters tissue and becomes macrophages is called?
Monocytes remain in blood for 10-20 hours then enter the tissue and become macrophages performing phagocytic functions.