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HOME MADE ENZYME (THIRD AND LAST PART)

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This is the third part of homemade enzyme videos. If you have not watched the first part and the second part then please go and visit my channel and you can enjoy other videos regarding garden and crafting.
If you are Bengali weavers and garden lover then this is the perfect challenge for you.
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Still, if you have not subscribed to my channel then go and please subscribe to my channel. This is the second part of making organic enzyme in a simple way at home and the video is about how the enzymes are measured and what are the benefits. Like humans, plants also depend on proteolytic enzymes throughout their life cycles. Not only are these enzymes necessary for the proper growth and development of plants, they also help keep them healthy by acting as a defense mechanism against pests like insects It also explains which insects help the plant to grow. Soil contains enzymes, constantly interacting with soil constituents, e.g. minerals, rhizosphere and numerous nutrients. Enzymes, in turn, catalyse important biochemical reactions for rhizobacteria and plants, stabilize the soil by degrading wastes and mediate nutrient recycling.The available enzymes inside soil could originate from plants, animals or microbes. The enzymes that are produced from these organism could exhibit intracellular activities, at the cell membrane, interacting therefore with soil and its constituents, or extracellularly (so freely available). Therefore, vis-à-vis to plant nutrition, the (extra or sub) cellular localization has a key role. Typical major enzymes available in soil can be listed as dehydrogenases, hydrogenases, oxidases, catalases, peroxidases, phenol o-hydroxylase, dextransucrase, aminotransferase, rhodanese, carboxylesterase, lipase, phosphatase, nuclease, phytase, arylsulphatase, amylase, cellulase, inulase, xylanase, dextranase, levanase, poly-galacturonase, glucosidase, galactosidase, invertase, peptidase, asparaginase, glutaminase, amidase, urease, aspartate decarboxylase, glutamate decarboxylase and aromatic amino acid decarboxylase. An interesting strategy for improving the nutritional quality of the soil would be to inoculate microorganisms to the soil while giving attention to mineral or other compounds that affect enzyme activity in the soil. Since some elements or compounds could show both activation and inhibitory effect, such as Fe, Na, etc. metals, the regulation of their bioavailability is crucial.
An enzyme is a type of protein found within a cell. Enzymes create chemical reactions in the body. They actually speed up the rate of a chemical reaction to help support life.

The enzymes in your body help to perform very important tasks. These include building muscle, destroying toxins, and breaking down food particles during digestion.

An enzyme’s shape is tied to its function. Heat, disease, or harsh chemical conditions can damage enzymes and change their shape. When this happens, an enzyme doesn’t work anymore. This affects the body processes the enzyme helped support.

Enzymes are produced naturally in the body.

For example, enzymes are required for a proper digestive system function. Digestive enzymes are mostly produced in the pancreas, stomach, and small intestine. But even your salivary glands produce digestive enzymes to start breaking down food molecules while you’re still chewing. You can also take enzymes in pill form if you’re having certain digestive problems. The third part is coming soon.

This channel helps you to grow plants and to build a beautiful garden with household items from your house.
There are three main types of digestive enzymes. They’re categorized based on the reactions they help catalyze:

a)Amylase breaks down starches and carbohydrates into sugars.
b)Protease breaks down proteins into amino acids.
c)Lipase breaks down lipids, which are fats and oils, into glycerol and fatty acids.

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