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Which one of the following pairs is wrongly matched?

  • Detergents -Lipase

  • Alcohol- Nitrogenase

  • Fruit juice - pectinase

  • Textile - Amylase


B.

Alcohol- Nitrogenase

Alcohol (ethyl alcohol) can be produced by fermentation of any carbohydrate, containing a fermentable sugar on a polysaccharide that can be hydrolyzed to a fermentable sugar. The development of synthetic alcohol follows following reaction.

open square brackets table row Starch end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from Hydrolysis to Enzyme of space open square brackets table row Glucose end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from Glycolysis to Yeast of space open square brackets table row Pyruvate end table close square brackets

open square brackets table row Pyruvate end table close square brackets rightwards arrow from left parenthesis Pyruvate space decarboxylae right parenthesis to yeast space left parenthesis 30 minus 35 right parenthesis of space open square brackets table row Aldehyde end table close square brackets

open square brackets table row Aldehyde end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from left parenthesis Alcohol space dehydrogenase right parenthesis to left parenthesis 30 minus 35 to the power of straight o right parenthesis of space open square brackets table row cell Ethanol space end cell end table close square brackets

Alcohol (ethyl alcohol) can be produced by fermentation of any carbohydrate, containing a fermentable sugar on a polysaccharide that can be hydrolyzed to a fermentable sugar. The development of synthetic alcohol follows following reaction.

open square brackets table row Starch end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from Hydrolysis to Enzyme of space open square brackets table row Glucose end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from Glycolysis to Yeast of space open square brackets table row Pyruvate end table close square brackets

open square brackets table row Pyruvate end table close square brackets rightwards arrow from left parenthesis Pyruvate space decarboxylae right parenthesis to yeast space left parenthesis 30 minus 35 right parenthesis of space open square brackets table row Aldehyde end table close square brackets

open square brackets table row Aldehyde end table close square brackets space rightwards arrow from left parenthesis Alcohol space dehydrogenase right parenthesis to left parenthesis 30 minus 35 to the power of straight o right parenthesis of space open square brackets table row cell Ethanol space end cell end table close square brackets

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Who is called the Father of White revolution ?

Dr. V. Kurien.
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Explain why Inbreeding cannot be continued for long .

Inbreeding if continued causes Inbreeding depression that means  productivity and fertility of the organisms is eventually reduced. Inbreeding produces homozygous condition and exposes harmful recessive genes.
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Define the livestock.

Domesticated animals reared using agricultural practices for the production of milk, hide, flesh, etc for human use.
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What was the aim of white revolution ?

Increased milk production.
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Give one example of each of indigenous and exotic milch breeds of cow.

Indigenous breed : Sahiwal;
Exotic breed : Brown swiss.
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