keratin

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Türkisch - Türkisch
Tırnak, boynuz, kıl gibi üst deri ürünü olan yapıları oluşturan proteinli madde
Tırnak, boynuz, kıl gibi üstderi ürünü olan yapıları oluşturan proteinli madde
Omurgalı hayvanların derisinin, tırnak saç, boynuz gibi yapılarında bulunan, suda çözünmeyen sert protein
Englisch - Englisch
A protein which hair and nails are comprised of
Digestible protein in wool, hair, fur, feathers, etc Preferred food source of textile pests
Fibrous structural protein of hair, nails, hooves, wool, feathers, and skin. A quarter of the amino acids in keratin are cystine, whose ability to form strong bridging (disulfide) bonds with other cystine units accounts for keratin's great stability. Keratin does not dissolve in cold or hot water and does not easily undergo proteolysis. Its fibres are 10-12% longer at maximum water content (about 16%) than when dry. The sulfurous smell of burning keratin is distinctive
(ker-tin) n A tough, insoluble protein substance that is the chief structural constituent of hair, nails, horns, and hoofs [Greek keras, kerat-, horn See ker-1 + -IN ]
is a highly fibrous protein that is the primary material in the cells of the skin, hair and nails
a hard, tough, non-soluble protein
a hard water-insoluble protein that makes up hair and nails; ketatin-producing cells may replace mucous-producing cells in vitamin A deficiency
- A fibrous protein that comprises much of the skin While keratin gives skin it's strength, elastin is responsible for making skin elastic
Greek keras = horn
An insoluble protein found in the hair, nails and other keratinized tissues of the epidermis
Called also epidermose
By decomposition with sulphuric acid it yields leucin and tyrosin, as does albumin
A tough, insoluble protein substance that is the chief structural constituent of hair, nails, horns, and hoofs
A scleroprotein containing large amounts of sulfur, such as cystine; the primary component of skin, hair, and nails
{i} (Biology) protein substance which is found in horn (also in nails, hair, hoofs, etc.)
Insoluble protein that is the major constituent of the outer layer of the skin, nails, and hair
A protein substance which is the chief component of wool fiber
this strong protein is found in skin, hair, and nails It acts as a structural protein and also provides protection Dry skin tends to have more keratin than other skin types
a fibrous scleroprotein that occurs in the outer layer of the skin and in horny tissues such as hair feathers nails and hooves
It is an insoluble substance, and, unlike elastin, is not dissolved even by gastric or pancreatic juice
A nitrogenous substance, or mixture of substances, containing sulphur in a loose state of combination, and forming the chemical basis of epidermal tissues, such as horn, hair, feathers, and the like
ker'ah-tin A tough, insoluble protein found in tissues such as hair, nails, and epidermis of the skin Back
epidermose
keratinous
{s} horny, resembling keratin (Biology)
Türkisch - Englisch
keratin
ceratine, keratin
ceratin
(Tekstil) ceratine
keratin

    Silbentrennung

    ke·ra·tin

    Türkische aussprache

    kerıtın

    Aussprache

    /ˈkerətən/ /ˈkɛrətən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ker-&-t&n ] (noun.) circa 1849. International Scientific Vocabulary.

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