hydrolyzate


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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 best treatment for obtaining greater antioxidant activity for sample FB was with the use of 4% of enzyme and concomitant ultrasound (Table 4), showing that the mutual action of the enzyme and ultrasound caused greater protein rupture, which favored the increase in the functionality of the hydrolyzate obtained from this sample.
(23.) Dehkhoda, A., Concentrating lignocellulosic hydrolyzate by evaporation and its fermentation by repeated fed-batch using flocculating Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Bridges, "Comparison of chemical treatment methods for loblolly pine to utilize as enzyme hydrolyzate feedstock," Biomass and Bioenergy, vol.
Production of Gelatin Hydrolyzates. Gelatin hydrolysates were produced using chymotrypsin to digest gelatin from fish, porcine, and bovine.
The production system for producing the hydrolyzate is composed of three basic elements: the reactor, the filter and the vacuum evaporator.
In terms of market share, however, for products launched last year, milk protein still dominates with 17% share, followed by whey protein hydrolyzate (7%), pea and wheat protein (3% each) and rice protein (2%).
Minimum inhibitory concentration was determined for the most active hydrolyzate which was obtained by 9% base solution.
Effects of cultivation conditions on the growth of the basidiomycete Coriolus hirsutus in a medium with pentose wood hydrolyzate. Process Biochem., 40: 1119-1124
Result of the fermentation study of enzymatic hydrolyzate bagasse pith by S.cerevisiae showed that ethanol production efficiency is 7.73 % (v/v).