The enzyme cleaves the substrate, destroying the bonds, acting on the principle of "key-lock", facilitates the conversion of certain substances (substrates) into others (reaction products). For example, exogenous enzymes used in the feeding of farm animals and poultry act on certain components (substrate) of the feed, releasing nutrients and making them more accessible to endogenous enzymes in the animals.
α-amylase cleaves grain starch to dextrins and sugars;
β-glucanase cleaves beta-glucans to low-molecular carbohydrates and glucose;
protease cleaves proteins to peptides and amino acids;
xylanase cleaves the soluble and insoluble forms of arabinoxylans to low-molecular carbohydrates and xylose. It acts in the fibrous fraction of the cell wall of plants. Due to this "opening" effect, the components of the cell become more accessible to other enzymes.
cellulase cleaves cellulose to low-molecular carbohydrates and glucose. Cellulase is necessary for diet components with a high content of cellulose (wheat bran, sunflower meal), to improve the assimilation of exchange energy.
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