endoamylase

en·do·am·y·lase

(en'dō-am'il-ās),
A glucanohydrolase acting on internal glycosidic bonds (for example, α-amylase).
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Seasonal changes of activity of a starch granule bound endoamylase and of a starch phosphorylase in Poplar wood (Populus x canadensis Moench robusta) and their possible regulation by temperature and phytohormones.
Zhuhai, China) and contained mainly neutral protease (3,000 U/g), acid protease (3,000 U/g), endoamylase (500,000 U/g) and xylanase (65,000 U/g).
Amylases are classified into four groups including exoamylases, endoamylases, debranching enzymes and tranferases (Souza and Magalhaes, 2010).