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Enzymes in Industry: Baby Food

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Enzymes in Industry: Baby Food
Baby Food and Enzymes
Baby Food Enzymes
Enzymes Used
Lipase & Protease
Types of Reactions the Enzymes Catalyze
Sources and Modifications
Produced in bacteria, fungi, animals, plants, and humans
Regulation of These Enzymes
Lipase- insulin and glucagon

Protease trypsin -enterokinase
Use in Naturally Found Organism or Cell
Hydrolysis
Careers Associated with Baby Food Industry
Mainly the organics industry

Includes
-Organic farmer or rancher
-Organic certifying agent
-Organic handlers
-Agricultural or food scientist

Along with retail of the baby food
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Their main function is to digest proteins and fats in the body

Removed before usage
- Not necessary in large amounts
-Can be produced again
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