Subject: why does the concentration of catalase vary in different liver tissues?
Date: Wed Jun 14 09:35:31 2000
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Area of science: Biochemistry
we are comparing the rate of decomposition of hydrogen peroxide in livers
and kidneys from 2 different organisms. why does liver have a higher
concentration of catalase than kidneys and why does the amount of catalase
in liver vary from one species to another? (ie chicken and cow)
Re: why does the concentration of catalase vary in different liver tissues?
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