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en-, 进入，使。-zym, 发酵，词源同eczema, zymurgy.
- enzyme (n.)
- 1881, as a biochemical term, from German Enzym, coined 1878 by German physiologist Wilhelm Kühne (1837-1900), from Modern Greek enzymos "leavened," from en "in" (see en- (2)) + zyme "leaven" (see zymurgy). Related: Enzymotic.
- 1. Tampering with a single enzyme can lead to untoward effects elsewhere.
- 2. This enzyme would make the filtration of beer easier.
- 3. This change is considered to be due to denaturation of the enzyme.
- 4. Removal of the inducer results in immidiate cessation of enzyme synthesis.
- 5. Above a certain temperature, the enzyme molecule will become unfolded.
- 超过一定温度, 酶分子将会展开.
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