The soil treated with lime had the highest levels of pH, peroxidase activity, phenol oxidase activity and invertase
activity among all soil samples.
Comparing the performance of these enzymes, sucrose cleavage was predominantly catalyzed by acidic invertase
, followed by susy and neutral invertase
Trehalase, amylase and invertase
activities were significantly decreased in 4th and 6th instar larvae of both populations.
Purification and characterisation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae external invertase
activity in fresh and processed honeys," Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, vol.
Honeys were preliminary characterized by determining their water content, electrical conductivity, specific rotation, and activity of invertase
as well as by visual and organoleptic testing (Table 3).
activity was measured by reducing sugars of the reaction of 1 mL of extract, from 1 mL of a sucrose solution at 0.5 mg [mL.sup.-1] in acetate buffer pH 4.7, at 37[degrees]C, for 10 minutes.
Comparison of salt and drought stress effects on maize growth and yield formation with regard to acid invertase
activity in the kernels.
A variety of enzymes, for example, oxidase, invertase
, amylase, and catalase, are constituents of honey; the main enzymes are invertase
(saccharase), diastase (amylase), and glucose oxidase.
Major genes of cluster 4 were coexpressed with active genes for starch degradation (amylases, hexokinase, and invertase
) and sucrose synthesis (SPS and starch synthase), which indicates strong regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in HKI1532: SPS and starch synthase were suppressed in PC3 but expressed 7-fold to 8-fold higher in HKI1532.
Different physiological properties of yeast such as invertase
activity, flocculation, ethanol tolerance, hyperosmotic tolerance, temperature tolerance, and C[O.sub.2] production for a strain to be used as a commercial baker's were also analyzed [12, 13].
Ergene, "Covalent immobilization of invertase
on microporous pHEMA-GMA membrane," Food Chemistry, vol.