fermentation test

fermentation test

An obsolete term for a crude test that distinguishes glucose from other reducing sugars by virtue of the fact that glucose can serve as a substrate for yeast fermentation, while other reducing sugars (e.g., lactose, galactose) do not.
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In the two month fermentation test mixed C6 and C5 fermentation using DSM s advanced yeast was found to yield 40% more ethanol per ton of straw than traditional C6 fermentation.
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Further, LAB isolates from tomato silage were identified based on phenotypic and chemotaxonomic characteristics, 16S rDNA sequence analysis and carbohydrate fermentation tests.
Carbohydrate fermentation tests were performed using API 50 CH strips (BioMerieux, France) for 49 compounds and 1 control per the manufacturer's instructions; reactions were measured after incubation at 37[degrees]C for 48 h.
Fermentation tests were carried out in 500 ml shake flasks at the temperature of 303K and rotation rate of 250 rpm [1].
Also, preliminary results from carbohydrate fermentation tests, fatty acid analyses, protein comparisons, and several other basic microbiological studies point to Xenorhabdus.
Twelve 1-litre digester glass bottles (reactors) were used for each of the batch fermentation tests.