GHK-Cu (Copper Peptide) 20 MG


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1. GHK-Cu Peptides
The GHK-Cu peptides are copper based peptides that have been shown to increase the rate of root formation, improve the quality of roots, and enhance the growth of the plant. These peptides are derived from the GHK (Glu-His-Lys) protein family, which is present in many organisms including humans. In addition, these peptides have been shown to inhibit the activity of human Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase (SOD), which is responsible for catalyzing the conversion of superoxide radicals to hydrogen peroxide. Superoxide radicals are produced during respiration and are toxic to cells. By inhibiting SOD, GHK-Cu peptide increases the amount of free oxygen around the plant, thus increasing its tolerance to oxidative stress.
2. Copper
Copper is a trace mineral that is necessary for proper plant function. It is involved in numerous processes including photosynthesis, respiration, and hormone production. Copper is also known to play a role in the synthesis of chlorophyll, which is necessary for photosynthesis. Copper is also a cofactor for enzymes that help break down lignin, a complex polymer that makes up the majority of woody biomass. As a result, copper is often added to composts and soils to increase their efficiency at breaking down lignin.
3. Zinc
Zinc is a trace mineral that helps regulate cellular division and differentiation. It is also involved in the synthesis of DNA and RNA, which are the building blocks of genetic information. Zinc is also important for the regulation of enzyme activity, which is necessary for metabolic reactions.
4. Lignin
Lignin is a complex polymer that is primarily composed of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and sulfur. It is the primary structural material of plants and provides rigidity and structure to the plant. Lignin is also a major contributor to the brown color of wood. Lignin is broken down by fungi and bacteria, which is why it is commonly added to composts and soil to make them more effective at breaking down organic matter.
5. Glucose
Glucose is a simple sugar that is found in fruits, vegetables, and cereals. It is the preferred fuel source for the body and brain. Glucose is also utilized by plants as a source of energy. When glucose is not available to the plant, it begins to produce starch instead.
6. Starch
Starch is a carbohydrate that is stored in the plant’s seeds, tubers, stems, and roots. It is the primary storage form of carbohydrates in plants. Starch is also the primary form of carbohydrate in grains and legumes.
7. Sucrose
Sucrose is a disaccharide that is formed from two monosaccharides, glucose and fructose. Sucrose is the predominant form of carbohydrate in plants and is the primary form of carbohydrate consumed by animals.


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