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    Is the pecitinase enzyme found in fruits naturally in lysosomes, to aid break down of the fruit, to release seeds??

    Have tried wiki/google but it just comes up with either long journals or lysosomes or pectinase, not if there related.

    It seems to make sense, but i dont want to write it in my coursework as fact, if its not true??

    Any ideas, or links?
    Thanks for any help.
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    Hey i found a 'readable' journal, turns out that pectinase is one of the major enzymes than breaks up fruit in ripening fruits.

    Thanks for any future help that may of been given though!

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