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A solution of 1% ( w/v ) starch at ph 6.7 is digested by 15 µg of β -amylase ( mol wt 152,000) .The rate of maltose
 (mol wt - 342 ) had a maximal initial velocity of 8.5 mg formed per min. Then what will be the turn over number ?

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  conformation of a nucleotide in DNA is affected by rotation about how many bonds conformation of a nucleotide in DNA is affected by rotation about how many bonds



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