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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Purification and characterization of a low molecular weight 1, 4-[beta]-glucan glucanohydrolase from the cellulolytic fungus Trichoderma viride QM 9414," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Enzymology, 524(2), 385-392 (1978).
Kouno, Evaluation of Cellulolytic and Hemicellulolytic Abilities of Fungi Isolated from Coffee Residue and Sawdust Composts, Microbes Environ.
The objectives of the present study were to isolate, characterize and identify cellulolytic and pectinolytic bacteria for possible future biotechnological applications and to select bacteria from Psychotria hoffmannseggiana in the Cerrado region of Minas Gerais with antagonistic activity against OTA-producing A.
The forage: concentrate ratio (75:25, based on DM) may have created favorable conditions in the large intestine for cellulolytic bacteria, data that corroborate with Hoffman (25) findings, which cites that diets with higher amounts of roughage, the main SCFA produced is the acetate.
It has been reported that the utilization of microbial community composed of one cellulolytic bacterium and another non-cellulolytic bacterium or comprising of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria could degrade cellulosic materials effectively [27].
Despite of costs being a major concern, it has been a stimulus to study basidiomycetes biochemical properties which degrade lignocellulosic material and have prompted the processes' study for obtaining cellulolytic enzymes in fungi.
It has a depressing effect on rumen cellulolytic microbial activity (Ranjan et al.
Cellulolytic microbes can break the cellulose into sugar monomers, which fermenting bacteria can use, giving off smaller organic acids, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen gas, which methanogens or sulfate reducers use for their carbon and energy.
Isolated cellulolytic bacteria in the gut termites (Nasutitermes nigriceps) with probiotic characteristics and potential pasture degradation
The cellulolytic protozoa in the hindgut also break down cellulose into individual glucose molecules.