1. (Science: enzyme) enzyme catalysing the hydrolysis of sucrose to glucose and fructose (sucrase), so called because the sugar solution changes from dextro rotatory to laevo rotatory during the course of the reaction.
2. Generally a name for an enzyme that catalyses certain molecular rearrangements. Dna invertases are a class of resolvase. An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose.
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... influences respiratory catalysts. Fulvic acids increase the activity of several enzymes including alkaline phosphates, transaminase, and invertase. Increases Assimilation Fulvic acid organic metal complexes are of a low molecular weight, low molecular size, and are capable of a high degree ...
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