a clear, colorless, fuming liquid, PCl 3 , used chiefly in organic synthesis as a chlorinating agent.
[fos-fer-uh-leys, -leyz, fos-fawr-uh-, -for-] /ˈfɒs fər əˌleɪs, -ˌleɪz, fɒsˈfɔr ə-, -ˈfɒr-/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. any enzyme, occurring widely in animal and plant tissue, that in the presence of an inorganic phosphate catalyzes the conversion of glycogen into sugar phosphate. /fɒsˈfɒrɪˌleɪs; -ˌleɪz/ noun 1. any of a group of enzymes that catalyse the hydrolysis of glycogen […]
- Phosphorylase phosphatase
phosphorylase phosphatase n. An enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of phosphatase by splitting it into halves with the subsequent release of four phosphates. Also called phosphorylase-rupturing enzyme, PR enzyme.
- Phosphorylase-rupturing enzyme
phosphorylase-rupturing enzyme n. See phosphorylase phosphatase.
[fos-fer-uh-leyt, fos-fawr-uh-, -for-] /ˈfɒs fər əˌleɪt, fɒsˈfɔr ə-, -ˈfɒr-/ verb (used with object), phosphorylated, phosphorylating. Chemistry. 1. to introduce the phosphoryl group into (an organic compound).