the lining membrane of the fourth stomach of a calf or of the stomach of certain other young animals.
the rennin-containing substance from the stomach of the calf.
a preparation or extract of the rennet membrane, used to curdle milk, as in making cheese, junket, etc.
the membrane lining the fourth stomach (abomasum) of a young calf
the stomach of certain other young animals
a substance, containing the enzyme rennin, prepared esp from the stomachs of calves and used for curdling milk in making cheese and junket
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noun, Biochemistry. 1. a coagulating enzyme occurring in the gastric juice of the calf, forming the active principle of rennet and able to curdle milk. noun 1. an enzyme that occurs in gastric juice and is a constituent of rennet. It coagulates milk by converting caseinogen to casein Also called chymosin rennin ren·nin (rěn’ĭn) n. […]
renninogen ren·nin·o·gen (rě-nĭn’ə-jən) or ren·no·gen (rěn’ə-jən, -jěn’) n. See prochymosin.
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