Does anyone know if the hydrolysis reaction between amylase and starch substrate creates an equilibrium. If it does , means more write up.
hmmm..... thinking back.... no, I don't believe it does. Obviously, it hits a point where the levels of reagents and products are equal, but never a true equilibrium, because it isn't a reversible reaction. All that there is is a saturation point... I may be totally wrong however, which is stupid of me, cos I now do biomedical sciences as my uni degree and we've just done a biochemistry module, lol.
Thanks. Now for a harder question.

I'm trying to prove that the differences of both animal and fungal amylase (which i think is alpha and beta amylase) are adaptive.

A : Where can i find information about their composites , their structure ; B : Is there information about former amylase forms , and how fungal amylase , beta amylase , became the current form ( an attempt to prove evolution on a small scale) ;C: is it the bonds or elements that make the properties differ ; and D : are there more sub-categories within beta amylase? If it is , then i've got a lot of work.

Thanks to anyone who read the paragraph above , let alone attempt to answer the question.
... Should of took media studies
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Media studies is considered a 'mickey mouse' subject which has more graduates than the demand.

What is this place(UG)?

I only posted the second part 1 hour ago , and it's already received two responses . It's also at the bottom of the page ,too. This takes days in the forums i go to.