fermentative


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fer·ment·a·tive

(fĕr-ment'ă-tiv),
Causing or having the ability to cause fermentation.

fermentative

(fər-mĕn′tə-tĭv)
adj.
1.
a. Causing fermentation.
b. Capable of causing or undergoing fermentation.
2. Relating to or of the nature of fermentation.

fer·ment·a·tive

(fĕr-ment'ă-tiv)
Causing or having the ability to cause fermentation.
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In less than three years, the company was able to switch from a protein hydrolysis-based process to a fermentative process.
that the methodology set by Aida can effectively enhance the soluble protein expression quantity while simultaneously reducing the fermentative process of the ethanoic acid accumulation.
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Fermentative notes are provided by varying the combinations of alcohols and acids generated by yeasts during fermentation.
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This is in line with our fundamental belief that the fermentative production of a gas facilitates the scaling up efforts.
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Because no carbohydrates are available in these eggs for a fermentative transformation into organic acids, the aging process involves putrefaction rather than fermentation.