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Questions about "Gelatin Hyrolysis"

At room temperature gelatin is a ________. solid
Gelatin is derived from the animal substance called ________. collagen
The collective name for the enzymes the hydrolyze gelatin is ________. gelatinases
Gelatin hydrolysis using the plate overlay method is detected by the addition of a solution of ________ ________ ________. acidified mercuric chloride
Gelatin hydrolysis results in the formation of larger compounds called ________ and when completely hydrolyzed yields ________ ________. peptones, amino acids
True or false: The tube method of gelatin hydrolysis is more sensitive than the plate overlay method. False.
True or false: Gelatinase activity results in the disappearance of the gelatin. True.
Collagen degradation is detected by the release of a ________. dye
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