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hydrolyzate

[hī′dräl·ə‚zāt]
(geology)
A sediment characterized by elements such as aluminum, potassium, or sodium which are readily hydrolyzed.
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The goal of the present study was to examine the effect of shortterm yeast hydrolysate deprivation on the mating success of male melon flies, Z.
Consumption of pork-liver protein hydrolysate reduces body fat in otsuka long-evanstokushima fatty rats by suppressing hepatic lipogenesis.
The antimicrobial assays of the fish scale hydrolysate fractions and crude sample solutions were carried out against six human pathogenic bacteria and four fungi by agar well diffusion method [17].
Five protein sources were tested: Casein, Nu lure(tm) (a protein diet derived from corn, Miller Chemical and Fertilizer Corporation, USA), protein hydrolysate and Torula yeast, in different concentrations (1, 3, 5 and 7g/ml) were compared with standard diet containing sucrose (5 mg), brewer's yeast (1 mg), honey (1 mg) and water (500 ml) in the Bio-control, Mass Rearing Laboratory, Nuclear Institute of Agriculture (N.
Fermentation was carried out by adding 90% (v/v) OPMF hydrolysate as substrate and 10% (v/v) inoculum.
Protein hydrolysates are emerging as the next big innovation.
The antioxidant properties of the peptide from soybean meal protein hydrolysates could be enhanced by ultra-filtration.
2014) evaluated the replacement of fishmeal by different types of hydrolysates, being present the dry protein hydrolysate of tilapia processing residue in Pagrus major diets, and they reported positive effect on animal performance in relation to the final weight, specific growth and efficiency protein rate.
Due to very high lipid content in the insoluble fraction samples of the viscera hydrolysate, this insoluble hydrolysate was not used.
Inhibition (%) of TG parameters in plasma (peak thrombin (PTh), endogenous thrombin potential (ETP) and time to peak (TPeak)) in the presence of different concentrations of intact Am-2 (obtained by DEAE-cellulose), and its hydrolysate in solution at 5h time, from the red seaweed A.