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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These findings agree with the previous studies [25,26], who reported that supplementation of higher protein with suitable level of fibrous fraction would improve rumen ecology in fermentation and feed degradation, while the cellulolytic bacteria was increased.
The gastrointestinal tract microbiota of oysters contained similar relative proportions (calculated based on the mean of the logarithm of the CFU g of [tissue.sup.-1]) of all the metabolic-related bacterial groups (data from both groups were combined): 26% amylolytic bacteria, 21% lipolytic bacteria, 18% proteolytic bacteria, 18% cellulolytic bacteria and 17% lactic acid bacteria.
polythalamius observed here also harbor thioautotrophic symbionts or whether these small wood-dwelling individuals harbor cellulolytic symbionts.
The population behaviour of the cellulolytic bacteria (5.0 x [10.sup.3] CFU/g dry soil) in the municipalities of San Pedro de los Milagros and Entrerrios was lower compared to Belmira (1.2 x [10.sup.5] CFU/g dry soil).
The Cel7a is the dominant enzyme of the cellulolytic complex, comprising about 60% of the total proteins secreted by T.
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niger to enhance their hemicellulolytic and cellulolytic activities, production and improving their potential industrial applications.