endoenzyme


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en·do·en·zyme

(en'dō-en'zīm),
1. Synonym(s): intracellular enzyme
2. An enzyme that catalyzes processes involved in intracellular hydration.

endoenzyme

(ĕn′dō-ĕn′zīm′)
n.
An enzyme that acts on or is retained within the cell producing it.
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The cell suspensions of each of the hemocyte types were adjusted to a concentration of about [10.sup.5] cells/ml for biochemical analysis of endoenzymes.
Endoenzymes have been identified as important for germination (before radicle protrusion) and in the post-germination events of mobilisation of the reserves (after radicle protrusion) in the endosperm cell walls (DIRK et al., 1995).
These are endoenzymes that split the substrate in the interior of the molecules and are classified according in their action and properties.