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How ever, a mitochondrion as such is recognizable by microscopic and other criteria whether or not it shows enzymatic activity. The term ^'mitochon drion'^ is a structural term and provides no information about the cat alytic properties of the mitochrondrion. The term c y c l o p h o r a s e i s a functional term and refers to the enzymatic activities exhibited by nor mal, intact mitochondria. To overcome the difficulty of naming a unit which has both a structural and functional aspect, the term ^'cyclophorase-mitochondrial system," abbreviated C M .