carbohydrase


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carbohydrase

[‚kär·bō′hī‚drās]
(biochemistry)
Any enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of disaccharides and more complex carbohydrates.
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Carbohydrases of some marine invertebrates with notes on their food and on the natural occurrence of the carbohydrates studied.
Enzyme complex containing carbohydrases and phytase improves growth performance and bone mineralization of broilers fed reduced nutrient corn-soybean-based diets.
Reflecting the above-average growth in specialty enzymes, nucleases and polymerases, along with various other enzyme types, will outpace the more industrially concentrated lipases, carbohydrases and proteases.
Exogenous carbohydrase in corn-soy diets for broilers.
Wheat-barley-rye- or corn-fed growing pigs respond differently to dietary supplementation with a carbohydrase complex.
Effects of single or carbohydrases cocktail in low-nutrient-density diets on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics and carcass traits in growing-finishing pigs.
Enzymes (amylase, carbohydrase, cellulase, protease, dextranase, mannase, pectic enzyme, phytase, xylanase,
The effect of fat type, carbohydrase, and lipase addition on growth performance and nutrient utilization of young broilers fed wheat-based diets.
Generally monogastric animals including fish have relatively low ability in digestion of [beta]-starch compared to that of [alpha]-starch (Jobling, 2001) due to its specific carbohydrase enzyme.
html ) Carbohydrase is a special type of enzyme that acts as a catalyst for breaking down the carbohydrates into simple sugar.
When the target substrate was significant in nutrition, a significant depolymerization of the cell wall polysaccharides in canola, soybean and peas was achieved by using a combination of carbohydrase enzymes (Mathlouthi et al.

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