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The enzyme is in bacteria. yeasts, Plants and mushrooms contain. It was first localized in yeast in 1846. Synonyms are fructosidase, glucosucrase, invertin, sucrase and sucrase. Also, the human digestive tract contains very similar enzymes with self-function, which are called glucosidases. Invertase disassembled sucrose (Table sugar) into its two components glucose (Glucose) and fructose (Fructose), which is called hydrolysis or inversion. The resulting mixture of glucose, fructose and sucrose residue is invert sugar called. In the food industry, invertase derived from yeasts is used to soften or deliberately liquefy confectionery. The enzyme is also contained in the grapes, where it is at the photosynthesis Sucrose formed in the leaves and transported to the berries during maturation into the two sugars splits and stores. From there you will arrive at the Press in the grape and form the basis for the alcoholic fermentation,

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