phenol oxidases Enzymes that oxidize phenolic compounds to quinones. For example, monophenol oxidase in mushrooms, polyphenol oxidases in potato and apple are responsible for the development of the brown colour when the cut surface is exposed to air; tyrosinase in plants and animals forms the brown and black pigment melanin.
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