cellulolytic


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cellulolytic

[¦sel·yə¦lid·ik]
(biology)
Having the ability to hydrolyze cellulose; applied to certain bacteria and protozoans.
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Isolation and characterization of cellulase produced by cellulolytic bacteria from peat soil of ogankomeringilir, South Sumatera.
Direct and efficient production of ethanol from cellulosic material with a yeast strain displaying cellulolytic enzymes.
Thus, the efficacy of lignolytic activity of Phanerochaete chrysosporium and cellulolytic activity of Trichoderma viride, can be exploited for the acceleration of decomposition process.
0 mL of mycelium inoculum was washed twice in distilled water and then transferred to the cellulolytic growth medium.
Ethanol is one product that could benefit from thermostable cellulolytic enzymes.
report presents information on the biological fate of cellulosic material in the ocean, and the cellulolytic abilities of oceanic bacteria,.
Cellulolytic microbes initiate the process by cleaving the cellulose in paper, wood and other plant wastes.
These include advances with both bacteria that grow at high temperatures, called thermophiles, and recombinant cellulolytic yeasts such as:
These observations may be linked to the number of double bonds in the fatty acid molecules and to the high availability of this source, which tends to reduce cellulolytic bacteria proportion (Yang et al.
The PL biochar increased cellulolytic fungi, ratio of copiotrophic: oligotrophic bacteria and C02 respiration; composted cow manure and composted green waste increased oligotrophic bacterial populations; and rice husks increased C02 respiration (M.