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amylolysis

[‚am·ə′läl·ə·səs]
(biochemistry)
The enzyme-catalyzed hydrolysis of starch to soluble products.
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Vlaeminck B, Dewhurst RJ, Demeyer D, Fievez V Odd and branched chain fatty acids to estimate proportions of cellulolytic and amylolytic particle associated bacteria.
The current study highlighted the capability of the thermophilic bacteria Brevibacterium linens and Bacillus subtilis for the production of amylolytic and proteolytic enzymes.
Current research evaluated the performance of bulls fiished in feedlot and supplemented with amylolytic complex produced by the fungus A.
Optimum production and characteristization of thermostable amylolytic enzymes from Bacillus stearothermophilus GRE1.
The actinomycetes in the upper horizon average 20% of the total number of amylolytic community bacteria in the SAA, and 12-13% of the total number of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes).
Among the 30 isolates, seven showed cellulolytic activity, two were phosphate solubilizers, three had amylolytic activity, and only one showed pectinolytic activity on solid media.
Determination of the enzymatic activity, participating in the intestinal digestion was performed with use of the following methods: total amylolytic activity by Smyth-Roy in modification of Ugolev et al.
Formation and measurement of starch that survives exhaustive digestion with amylolytic Enzymes during the determination of dietary fiber.
1993, "Characterization of microbial biomasses and amylolytic preparations obtained from mussel processing waste treatment," Bioresource Technol.