1. an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose
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How To Use invertase In A Sentence

  • Soluble sugars were determined colorimetrically after hydrolysis of sucrose by invertase.
  • The procedure is based on the cleavage of sucrose by invertase to glucose and fructose.
  • The major function of invertase is to catalyse sucrose hydrolysis.
  • Mr. H.C. Brill [2] found raffinase, invertase, casease and protease in the pulp; oxidase, raffinase, casease and emulsinlike enzymes in the fresh bean; and all these six, together with diastase, in the fermented bean. Cocoa and Chocolate Their History from Plantation to Consumer
  • The activity of invertase is negatively correlated with sucrose content and the correlation between phosphorylase activity and sucrose content is positive.
  • Red Globe grape was used to study the effect of 6BA and zeatin on sugar accumulation and invertase activities.
  • Following sucrose cleavage by invertase, the liberated glucose and fructose are phosphorylated before undergoing further metabolism.
  • The bees use an enzyme called invertase to chop it up into the two smaller sugars, one of which, by the way, tastes sweeter than sucrose. NPR Topics: News
  • The activity of Soil urease, acidphosphotase and invertase weakened with increase of soil depth.
  • Invertase can exist as active monomer ( light invertase ) or as an aggregated active form ( heavy invertase ).
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