synzyme etymology

English word synzyme comes from English enzyme, English synthetic

Detailed word origin of synzyme

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
enzyme English (eng) (biochemistry) A globular protein that catalyses a biological chemical reaction.
synthetic English (eng) (chemistry) Produced by synthesis instead of being isolated from a natural source (but may be identical to a product so obtained).. (grammar) Pertaining to the joining of bound morphemes in a word. Compare analytic.. (linguistics) Of a language, having a grammar principally dependent on the use of bound morphemes to indicate syntactic relationships. Compare analytic.. Artificial, not [...]
synzyme English (eng) A synthetic enzyme.

Words with the same origin as synzyme

Descendants of enzyme
abzyme antizyme bienzymatic chemoenzymatic cryoenzymology ectoenzymatic electroenzymatic enzymatic enzymatically enzymic enzymological enzymology enzymolysis enzymopathy granzyme immunoenzymatic isoenzymatic isoenzymic isozyme lysozyme metalloenzymatic nanozyme nonenzymatic radioenzymatic
Descendants of synthetic