cellulolytic


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cellulolytic

(sĕl′yə-lō-lĭt′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or causing the hydrolysis of cellulose: cellulolytic organisms.
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Production of extracellular cellulolytic enzymes by Fusarium oxysporum f.
Toward this end, he has experimented with soaking paper, grass and other landfill wastes in naturally occurring cellulolytic bacteria.
However, the PF could be advantageous over non-protected because of the higher amount of UFA in the rumen that can be harmful to microbial membranes and cause metabolic disorders, mainly in cellulolytic flora (Maia et al.
Some authors, such as Slaytor (200) and Yoshimura 91995), submit cellulolytic enzymes produced in termite tissue degrade woor in forward gut sections.
Although it is recognised that the cellulolytic bacteria are the major contributors to plant cell wall digestion in the rumen (Chesson and Orskov, 1984), the role of anaerobic fungi has also been appreciated in the recent past (Dehority, 1995).
Fermentation residues obtained by anaerobic cellulolytic bacteria can serve as a coadhesive for plywood PF resin because of their components of protein and glycocalyces (Weimer et al.
Taxon-specific probes for the cellulolytic genus Fibrobacter reveal abundant and novel equine-associated populations.
Readily fermentable diets of high metabolizable energy decrease ruminal pH, alter ruminal microbial populations, decrease cellulolytic activity, and change mucosal structure and absorption (Franzolin and Dehority 1996, Russell and Wilson 1996, Owens et al.
After four days growth at 26[degrees]C, five ml of mycelium inoculum was washed twice in distilled water and then transferred to the cellulolytic growth medium.
Isolation and identification of high cellulolytic bacteria from spent mushroom substrate and determination of optimal medium conditions for the growth.