The term "biochemical" refers to the type of chemicals contained in living organisms. So, biochemistry can be defined as a discipline of chemistry that studies substances found in living organisms such as plants, animals, and humans. Animal biochemistry is the study of the various chemical reactions that occur in an animal's body during its life. The research focuses on animal biochemistry, which is important for comprehending significant aspects of veterinary science and animal husbandry in order to better understand animal metabolism and function in health and disease. Biochemistry is extremely important in veterinary and research because it relates to the metabolism and function of animals in health and disease, and it is the foundation for a thorough grasp of fundamental elements of veterinary science and animal husbandry. Structural biochemistry is a branch of biochemistry concerned with the structure of molecules. Nowadays, biochemistry is mostly concerned with chemical interactions involving enzymes and protein characteristics.
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