hey fellas over here let me tell you a little something
Ya it was the soil idiot
*gasps* yooo we had never had those before here let us teach you about the things that go on aroud.
This is Jim the fly and bob the roach, they are both on an adventure to discover the mysteries of chitinase. The fly has spotted Chitinase, in the woods. The roach tells him that Chitinases are enzymes that degrade chitin.
Leave em alone Jaun they're explores
Hey fellas what are you doing all the way out here?
The tree is fungi in the rock is telling the bugs to be quiet because it is getting its chitin degraded. It tells them that organisms possess a tough layer of chitin and chitinases are expressed during developmental phases to help in the remodeling of their exoskeleton so as to maintain and support body size and shape.
easy, organisms like us.
The organisms move to a different location in the woods. They then come across the soil that contains carbon and nitrogen. It then tells them how Chitinase is related to to the two elements. And it is because Those two things is what keeps Chitinase functioning because without it insects and theirs things wouldn't thrive and get the proper structure they need.
Bro im glad we whent on that adventure because I learned alot
The environment talk to the two bugs and tell them why Chitinase is important to the the environment. They say it is because Several organisms including bacteria, fungi, insects, plants, and animals produce chitinases which keep them in shape.
The two friends are tired and begin to go back home and quiz each other about what they have learned on their trip. Bob asks "who does chatinase affect" and Jim says that it effects micro organisms, some animals, fungi, and plants.
ok now let me ask you a question
The two bugs had arrived home. They learned alot during their trip and now know the values of chitinases.
Ya dude same and maybe we can do it again sometime. *smiles*.