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What is "Enzyme-catalyzed reactions" - Definition & Explanation

Biochemical reactions that are catalyzed by enzymes leading to the building or breaking down of biological material.

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Ability of a fiber to spring back to its natural position after folding, creasing or deformation. Loft is related to resiliency; it is the ability to return to original thickness after being...
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Two or more yarns (at least one of which is folded) (see yarn, doubled) that have been twisted together in one or more operations. NOTE: a) Combinations of folded yarns and single yarns may be...

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