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amylolysis

[‚am·ə′läl·ə·səs]
(biochemistry)
The enzyme-catalyzed hydrolysis of starch to soluble products.
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A high value is thus, placed on thermostable and thermoactive amylolytic enzymes in the bioprocessing of starch (Norman, 1979).
This thermo stability is an important factor for the use of amylolytic enzymes in starch-processing industries.
The endogenous amylolytic enzymes hydrolyze cooked starch to fermentable sugars for proliferation of microbes.
Those side activities may or may not be beneficial and may be broader than NSPase; they may have amylolytic, proteolytic, lipolytic and phytolytic activity, for example.
Higher concentrations of DMSO, DMF and butanol (40%) completely inhibited the amylolytic activities.
The third portion was for the total viable bacteria count (cellulolytic, proteolytic, amylolytic and total viable bacteria) using the Hungate (1969) roll-tube technique.
The second portion was cultured using a roll-tube technique (Hungate, 1969) for identifying bacteria groups (cellulolytic, proteolytic, amylolytic and total viable bacteria counts).
1998) reported that supplementation of mineral salt in buffalo diets increased the number of ruminal total bacteria, as well as cellulolytic and amylolytic bacteria.
The amylolytic and cellulolytic activities of fractionated bacterial portions attached to the rumen solids.
The third portion (10 ml) was used for viable bacteria count (cellulolytic, proteolytic, amylolytic and total viable bacteria).
Carbohydrate source did not affect viable bacteria numbers as measured by the roll tube technique (Total viable, cellulolytic, proteolytic, amylolytic bacteria; p>0.
The third portion was used to culture bacteria using a roll-tube technique (Hungate, 1969) to identify bacterial groups (cellulolytic, proteolytic, amylolytic and total viable count bacteria).