Gelatin is a major component of connective tissue. How does a gelatinase-positive bacteria benefit from the digestion of gelatin in the envi

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Gelatin is a major component of connective tissue. How does a gelatinase-positive bacteria benefit from the digestion of gelatin in the environment? Multiple answers: You can select more than one option A The hydrolysis of gelatin provides fatty acids for the cell. B The hydrolysis of gelatin provides amino acids for the cell. C The hydrolysis of gelatin provides glucose for the cell. D The hydrolysis of gelatin allows the bacteria to travel deeper into tissue.

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    B The hydrolysis of gelatin provides amino acids for the cell.

    D. The hydrolysis of gelatin allows the bacteria to travel deeper into tissue

    Explanation:

    Gelatin is a type of food material which is extracted from collagen that is present in different body parts of animals. When gelatin is broken down into simpler substances, amino acids are produced. Valine, proline, arginine, alanine, lysine and glycine are the amino acids which are extracted from gelatin. Some bacteria liquifies gelatin and starts spreading through the living host cell.

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